All the way home: how a community can benefit with diversity

1957-- "All the Way Home: When a Black Family Moves Next Door," shows how neighbors of a fictional small town deal with the first Black family to buy a house in the community. Sponsored by two dozen national organizations, such as the National Urban League and the Anti Defamation League, the film works to dispel the myth that integration lowers property values. The film, distributed nationally to community groups, also successfully demonstrates how a community can benefit with diversity.

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