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In the diverse and progressive small town of Highland Park, NJ, a disturbing piece of art is found in a primary school, and a group of student filmmakers try to solve the mystery of who created it and why it was allowed to be publicly displayed for almost forty years. A film by the Highland Park African-American History Project, a multi-media effort to capture the oral history of the borough’s black community.
NJ Shorts 2: Documentaries
The Students of the Highland Park African American History Project