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"The most gritty version of civil rights history I've ever seen." Peter Miller, co-producer of Ken Burns' Jazz.
Financing an independent documentary is always a challenge. Although Dare Not Walk Alone has beaten very long odds to achieve a theatrical and DVD release, the project continues to run in the red. Our hope now is that DVD sales will be strong enough to put the project in the black so that we can start channeling some of the proceeds back to the African American community in St. Augustine. We contiinue to believe that the more times the film is seen, the better the prospects for meaningful improvements, in a place that sacrificed to win the civil rights we take for granted today, and in the world at large.
FOUR FREE WAYS TO HELP
Here are four free--or almost free--ways that you can help Dare Not Walk Alone achieve its goals of serious and widespread awareness raising:
1. Tell people about the film. Tell them why you think they should see it. The more people who know about the film, the better. Buzz does make a difference.
2. Do you use Netflix? If so, put Dare Not Walk Alone in your queue. This will let Netflix know that there strong demand for this DVD.
3. Do you shop at Amazon.com? Go to this page and rate the film. If you could take a few minutes to add a review, that would be fantastic.
4. Talk to your church, school or college about arranging a workshop with a screening of the film and a Q&A session with Jeremy Dean, the film's director. There is more about screenings right here.
HELP THAT COSTS
Please consider ordering Dare Not Walk Alone on DVD today.
If you order from Walmart right now you can even get free shipping to your nearest Walmart store!
You can also purchase DNWA merchandise at these locations:
Both places provide quick service and a quality product that we have tested ourselves. There are some cool clothes that feature the movie poster and other images. Buy them and the proceeds will be passed on to non-profit groups active in the community. Wear them you and you will spread the word about the film.
Updated Feb, 2008, by webbloke at cobbsblog.com © Stephen Cobb