Foot Soldiers for Justice is a social documentary video that captures the Foot Soldiers and leaders who continue to struggle for the right-to-vote, and work for anti-racist changes in the U.S. Two events are highlighted: The 50th Anniversary of Bloody Sunday and the 1965 Voting Rights Act in Selma, Alabama 2015, and the conclusion of America’s Journey for Justice in Washington D.C., 2015.

Photos: Stephanie Glass Solomon
Producer: Stephanie Glass Solomon
Editor: Dan Harmon
The gospel classic “Jacob’s Ladder,” arranged /performed by Gary Nesteruk

Please contact Stephanie for use of the video, especially for events associated with coalition movements and voting rights.

Deep gratitude and appreciation goes to:

  • Dan Harmon for all his artistic support, editing, patience, and love. Without him none of this would be possible.
  • Ana Osling, Web Design
  • Reality Tours and Global Exchange, and to my travel companions in Selma, Andrea Lyman, Ann Pruden, Robert O’Sullivan, and especially Kirsten Moller, our guide and teacher.
  • Dr. Andrea Lyman for her companionship on the D.C. trip.
  • Audrey Mandelbaum, Curator
  • Sam Harmon for his ongoing encouragement and help.
  • Jimmy Aristizabal, Studio Assistant
  • Susan Vogelfang
  • Karen Schuler
  • Nancy Hollander
  • Dale Franzen
  • Antioch University Los Angeles, especially the Liberal Arts Program.

The video is made possible by support from a grant by the Puffin Foundation.

Copyright by Stephanie Glass-Solomon

Funding for Foot Soldiers for Justice has been made possible by the Puffin Foundation.
Thank you to Global Exchange for the amazing Reality Tour to Selma.