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Equal Protection Movies & TV

Eyes on the Prize: Fighting Back, 1957-1962 (1986)

Part two of the Oscar-nominated documentary about the Civil Rights Movement chronicles the obstacles to the enforcement of a Supreme Court ruling against segregated public schools, including the turbulent months at Little Rock Central High School.

I Can't Marry You (2003)

This documentary takes a look at gay marriage by exploring the experiences of 20 gay and lesbian couples. The film is narrated by Betty DeGeneres, mother of Hollywood gay activist Ellen DeGeneres, and was made by FYI Production, a company committed to "educating Americans and making the legal right of marriage a reality for every couple."

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