A Cry for Freedom
by John A. Evenson
United States 1981
Villon Films, Lutheran Church in America
This film about the struggle for independence from South Africa’s illegal occupation was shown widely in the U.S., especially in Lutheran churches and community. The film covers police brutality in Namibia, the role of the South African military and includes interviews with people who were tortured. It also covers South African activities in Angola including the massacre of civilians at Kassinga. It includes interview with Namibian and U.S. Lutheran church leaders who were playing an important role in the independence struggle. This movie was provided by the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America Archives
Copyright by Evangelical Lutheran Church in American. Used with permission.
Collection: Evangelical Lutheran Church in America Archives