Supporters Wall: Until Justice Rolls Down

"Until Justice Rolls Down: Bill Moore & The Freedom Walkers" tells the story of a civil rights activist who is murdered while on a Freedom Walk to deliver a letter to the governor of Mississippi calling for equal rights, the diverse group of Freedom Walkers who are arrested attempting to complete his walk, and a woman who - forty-five years later - commits to walk the same path and ensure the letter is finally delivered, alongside the surviving Freedom Walkers. The documentary project is currently in development.

For their generous donation to the "Until Justice Rolls Down: Bill Moore & The Freedom Walkers" documentary project, a heartfelt THANK YOU goes out to:

 

Dave Kong
David Cleveland
Denise Reiss
Devesh Taskar
hawleycelia
James K. White II
Kenneth Bronstein
Mark Richardson
Martin Heinsdorf
Mary Stanton
Mike Newdow
Stephen Clark
sbogus
stonee76
walla993
William Treloar

GET YOUR NAME ON OUR SUPPORTERS WALL

Rebel Seed periodically makes opportunities available to get involved and support our projects. Besides the satisfaction of supporting an important story that deserves to be told, and the knowledge that your contribution – no matter how large or how small – will have a direct impact on an independent film getting made, when you donate to a Rebel Seed project you'll not only receive our eternal gratitude, we’ll list your name or business or social media handle right here on the Supporters Wall, and give you a shout out on Rebel Seed’s Facebook and Twitter pages.

CURRENT OPPORTUNITY: SUPPORT AN IMPORTANT CIVIL RIGHTS DOCUMENTARY

Rebel Seed is currently offering an opportunity to get involved by donating to the Until Justice Rolls Down documentary project. Through our non-profit fiscal sponsor, Film Independent, all donations are 100% tax deductible as allowed by state and local law. (If you are planning to make a substantial contribution of $10,000 or more, please contact us for more information about the opportunity to receive an associate producer or executive producer credit.)

Click Here to Support the Documentary Now