Credits
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Director/Producer: Marco Williams
Co-Producer: Maia Harris
Editors: Kathryn Barnier, Sandra Christie
Camera: Stephen McCarthy
Sound: J.T. Takagi
Music Composed by David Murray
Original Art by Karen Zasloff
Associate Producers: Shukree Tilghman, Van Dora Williams
Additional Camera: Elia Lyssy, Yoni Brook, John Foster, Jay A. Kelley, Allen Moore
Additional Sound: Judy Karp, Philip Keeler, Bob Silverthorne
Music Performed by: David Murray, saxophone; D.D. Jackson, piano; Jaribu Shahid, bass; Tani Tabbal, drums
Music Recording: Peter Karl Studios
Oral History Voices: Dewanda Wise, Dominique A. Toney
On-line Edit: BAVC/Shirley Gutierrez
Sound Design & Mix: Richard Fairbanks
Animation: Paul Docherty
Title Design: Christian J. Meany
Music Editor: Anne Pope
Photo Research: Carol Bash
Editing Assistants: Ari Bassin-Hill, Florence Holdeman
Production Assistants: Ben Ernst, German Valle
Interns: Ted Alcorn, Margaret Galbraith, Tehuti Jones, Scott Michaels
Legal: Matthew Lefferts; Franklin, Weinrib, Rudell & Vassallo P.C.
Accounting: Debi Zelko
Executive Producer for Two Tone Productions: Whitney Dow
Special Thanks: Kathy Amos, Andrew Alexander, Judy Alexander, Maurice Apprey, Orlando Bagwell, Jeff Christenson, William Lacy Clay Jr., Todd Cox, Cyrus Driver, Jon Funabiki, Gerald Gill, Chris Graybill, Jane Greenberg, Didi Greene, Caroleen & Watson Hester, Patrick Huber, Irving Joyner, Alan Jenkins, Paul Jones, Charles Laughinghouse, Becky Lentz, Wendy Levy, Lisa Magarrell, Dr. Vera Miller, Jerry Moody, Gordon Morgan, Judy Reustle, Sara Rios, Will Roth, Anthony Sebok, Ja Shia, Wesley Walraven, Esta Wetherford, Margaret Wilkerson, Pam Zuber  

For the Center for Investigative Reporting:
Executive Producers: Burt Glass, Dan Noyes
Senior Producers: Christa Scharfenberg, Oriana Zill de Granados
Production Managers: Erica Baker, Zusita Bakker
Inspired by the work of Elliot Jaspin
A co-production of ITVS in Association with the National Black Programming Consortium, Center for Investigative Reporting, and Two Tone Productions
Executive Producer for ITVS: Sally Jo Fifer
Executive Producer for NBPC: Jacqui Jones
Website Design: Krona Design
Website Implementation: Hearty Handshake

Funding provided by The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, The Ford Foundation, New York Community Trust, LEF Foundation
Development Funding from the Anthony Radziwill Documentary Fund, IFP, Administrator

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This report was produced by the radio project of the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University in association with the Center for Investigative Reporting.
Producer: John Biewen
Editor: Deb George

Schedule of Events
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SATURDAY, MAY 2, 2009
6:00–9:00pm: Saturday Night @ the Movies
Atlanta Marriott Marquis
265 Peachtree Center Avenue
Atlanta, GA 30303
The films will be shown in Room M 101 on the Marquis Level.

Press
When Jim Crow came to town, with eviction notices
The New York Times | September 26, 2007
Mr. Williams guides us through this terrible history, often while strolling on camera through the scene of the crime, talking to white residents and dredging up memories.  

Digging up the past
The Village Voice | September 25, 2007
A wrenching investigation of racism, resentment, and reparations.

Strange fruit
The Independent Weekly | April 11, 2007
Political violence and the complex racial legacy of the South.

Marco Williams, director of Banished, wins the documentary competition Knight Grand Jury Prize
Jaman.com | March 2007
A video of Williams accepting his prize.

Atlanta paper accused
Maynard Institute | February 21, 2007
Richard Prince blogs about Jaspin’s conflict with Cox over the “Leave or Die” series.

Whitewashed!
Creative Loafing | March 7, 2007
Atlanta’s alt weekly also covers Jaspin’s conflict.

Awards
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Erik Barnouw Award
Henry Hampton Award from the Council on Foundations, 2009
Grand Jury Prize at the Miami International Film Festival
Full Frame Spectrum Award
Nashville Film Festival’s Best Documentary award