Steps to Liberty


Fifty years after the Civil Rights March in Washington DC and the “dream” of Martin Luther King, thirty years after the “March for Equality and against Racism” in France, Diallo follows a group of young Americans who come to France to examine the issues of race, diversity, human rights, through meetings with political personalities, expat African Americans, and local community activists.This is the first film of a journalist who has become one of the most influential public personalities in France about issues concerned with minority rights, Black Lives Matter, police brutality, and racial equality. Diallo now writes for The New York Times.