Monday, November 19

A reminder of historical racial conflict, Jeb Stuart’s “Blood Done Sign My Name” represents the filmmaker’s return to the silver screen


A reminder of historical racial conflict, Jeb Stuart’s “Blood Done Sign My Name” represents the filmmaker’s return to the silver screen Films about the persistence of racism resonate with us. "Blood Done Sign My Name" is one such film. It tells the story of how the murder of an African-American Vietnam War veteran ignited civil unrest in the 1970s. The director, Jeb Stuart, talks about the film in an interview with the Daily Bruin. "A reminder of historical racial conflict, Jeb Stuart’s “Blood Done Sign My Name” represents the filmmaker’s return to the silver screen"

Films about the persistence of racism resonate with us. “Blood Done Sign My Name” is one such film. It tells the story of how the murder of an African-American Vietnam War veteran ignited civil unrest in the 1970s. The director, Jeb Stuart, talks about the film in an interview with the Daily Bruin.

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