In many small towns in North Carolina, there are two American Legion Posts: one for the whites, and one for the blacks. Featuring veterans from the Korean, Vietnam, and Gulf wars, this film explores how military service affects race relations, and how small-town veterans cope with the reality of racism in America.
Jessie Landerman fell in love with filmmaking while studying oral history as an undergraduate anthropology student. Since then, she has produced documentaries in the U.S. and Argentina. She is eternally grateful to the people who allow her to make her films by sharing their life stories.
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