In 1963, Nelson Mandela and nine other confederates were tried on charges of trying to overthrow South Africa. Several of them, as well as members of Mandela’s legal team, were part of South Africa’s close-knit Jewish community. While there were no cameras present in court, there are 256 hours of sound recordings of the proceedings.
Along with animation, interviews and newsreel footage, these recordings bring the courtroom to life and illuminate the story of Mandela’s lesser-known co-defendants, the heroes who dedicated their lives to the cause of freedom and risked everything in pursuit of liberty for all.
Followed by a conversation with professor Ilana Hurwitz.+ More... - Less...
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