Cast & Crew
Life of Joe Jackson, who became one of the largest individual landowners in Southern Virginia at a time when land ownership by African-Americans was uncommon. Mr. Jackson owned a thriving farm and leased land to sharecroppers, both black and white, and continued to succeed during and after The Depression. Mr. Jackson established a school for African-American children on his property, assuring the education of his children and other African-Americans at the height of Jim Crow.
Winner of Best Producer Award at 2003 Brooklyn International Film Festival.
Shown at Brooklyn International Film Festival April (Documentary) 28 ¿ May 4, 2003.