During the week of May 22, IdahoPTV premiered two new programs. Color of Conscience and a a special Dialogue follow-up. The new, hour-long documentary Color of Conscience, produced by Marcia Franklin and directed by Jay Krajic, explores the story of a group of activists in northern Idaho who mobilized to oppose the Aryan Nations, a white supremacist/neo-Nazi group that set up a compound near Hayden, Idaho, in the 1970s. Using archival footage dating back 25 years, as well as interviews with human rights leaders, victims of prejudice and hate crimes, and a former neo-Nazi skinhead, Franklin looks not only at the history of Idaho’s modern human rights movement, but also at challenges that still lie ahead.
You can view the program at:
In addition, Dialogue produced a special one hour follow-up program to the documentary. You can view that at:
We were pleased to bring together human rights leaders from throughout Idaho in our Boise studio for a premier showing of Color of Conscience. Check out these photos on Facebook:
Boise State Public Radio interviewed Marcia Franklin. It can be heard at:
Major funding for this effort was provided by: the Idaho National Laboratory, The Laura Moore Cunningham Foundation, the Idaho Women's Charitable Foundation and the Idaho Public Television Endowment. Additional funding was provided by Anne S. Voilleque and Louise S. Nelson, The Ralph and Mary Lynn Hartwell Family Fund in the Idaho Community Foundation, the Whittenberger Foundation, Chuck Prince and the Idaho-Nevada Community Development Financial Institution Inc., Tom and Eve Chandler, Jane Pritchett, the Ada County Human Rights Task Force and Chef Bill Green & Focaccia's Restaurant and Catering.
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