Film Image
Ina Mae Best
1993
Color
25 minutes
Ina Mae Best
A documentary portrait of a courageous African American woman, who after 18 years working at a textile factory in Goldsboro, North Carolina, became a passionate and outspoken leader in a struggle to unionize her plant. As a result of her efforts she was fired, but despite losing her job she continued to speak out about the conditions in her factory and in plants throughout the South.
Awards

• Judge's Special Merit Award, New England Film and Video Festival, 1993
• People's Choice Award, 1993 PCTV International Film and Video Festival
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