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Source:  Paste

Ava DuVernay’s ARRAY has announced its seventeenth feature film acquisition, the Little Rock Crisis documentary “Teach Us All.”

The film will debut on Netflix on Sept. 25, coinciding with the 60th anniversary of the landmark Little Rock Nine school integration.

Per a press release, “Teach Us All,” the feature debut of writer-director Sonia Lowman, “examines the U.S. education system, from the historic Little Rock Crisis to present-day disparities in access that are culminating into a re-segregation of schools across the nation.”

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