The tale of an uprooted black family from the South, living in Chicago at the start of the Civil Rights movement.
The drama takes place on Chicago’s south side, just before the civil rights movement began to burgeon. Alberta, (Gwendolyne Foxworth) unmarried and in her forties, shares an apartment with her mother, Weedy, (Pat McGuire Hill) an old fashioned black woman who finds solace for her troubles in religion. Their constant visitor is Uncle Doc, (Donald Lewis) a sporty, down-on-his-luck gambling man who is the despair of his straight-laced sister Weedy. Unexpectedly, a wandering street singer, Blind Jordan, (Wilbert Williams) ...Read More