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Short Film Looks at Evansville's "Divided History"

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The group For Evansville has released a short film about the city’s racial history.

Left: For Evansville's Jonathan Boettcher and Metro Development Director Kelley Coures in a scene from "Evansville's Racially Divided History."

The eleven-minute film “Evansville’s Racially Divided History” begins with storyteller Jonathan Boettcher walking down a city street talking about how neighbors often don’t trust each other. WNIN's John Gibson spoke with Boettcher and For Evansville President Ross Chapman about the new film. Boettcher said it wasn’t their first.

The film “Evansville’s Racially Divided History” can be found on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=evansville%27s+racially+divided+history

For Evansville also produces a monthly podcast.

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