Don’t miss this award-winning film! Presented by The League of Women Voters of NC and LWV Dare.
On Saturday nights at 9 o’clock in a small, segregated, Southern town, officials blew a siren-like whistle directing all the Black citizens of Enfield, North Carolina, to clear the downtown streets.
In the voices of those who lived it, “The Nine O’clock Whistle” documents how a movement from 1963 to 1965 changed the town forever.
Producers Willa Cofield and Karen Riley will join us for this Zoom event.
See film trailer: https://vimeo.com/523945349