America ReFramed

The Death of My Two Fathers | Preview

After 20 years, Sol Guy finally watches his late father’s tapes and embarks on a personal journey of healing and reconciliation. At once a conversation between past and present and a letter to Sol’s children, THE DEATH OF MY TWO FATHERS reveals the complexities of identity, the persistence of racial trauma, the challenges of fatherhood -- and the liberation that exists in facing our own mortality.

The Death of My Two Fathers | Preview

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    Hundreds of Thousands

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    What These Walls Won't Hold

    S12 E3 - 43m 36s

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