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Documentary Films

Jer Joh Films

Story Telling The Art Form


Drawing upon numerous sources, including books on Purdue, newspaper archives, yearbooks and nearly 25 hours of personal interviews with black alumni, this documentary begins at a time when black students were denied campus food and housing, were barred from campus social life, and banned from college sports. It records the subsequent decades of struggle, the on-campus protests in the 1960's and the steady progress over the years that accorded black students equal rights.

PPO3 ​The Dunbar Reunion

It's Basketball and So Much More


This high school is well known for it's basketball and athletic tradition but between the walls of DUNBAR HIGH SCHOOL so many special memories occur. This film capsules the ALL DUNBAR REUNION with graduates,attendees, faculty and legends. Amongst 4 housing projects this school managed to create some of the biggest and brightest citizens , public servants, educators, businessmen/women and athletes. PURCHASE A COPY of THE DVD.

Written and directed by: Jermaine E. Johnson

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 "Ain't nothing good about growing up to be a BLACK WOMAN" #BlackWomenUnscripted DOCUMENTARY FILM in PRODUCTION.#BWUfilm

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