MNHS Staff Discusses The Value of Recent Work By Ralph L. Crowder III

Independent MultiMedia Journalist Ralph L. Crowder III was a guest at Historic Fort Snelling (former home to enslaved Dred & Harriet Scott) presenting his produced work. The following conversation with select Historical Society staff is regarding the importance of Crowder’s documentary, Hands Up Don’t Shoot Our Youth Movement.” The discussion explores contemporary links to Dred Scott, black humanity and shared citizenship, all themes highlighted within the film.