Driving Miss Daisy DVD (1989)

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At her son’s insistence, a feisty Southern matron takes on an African-American chauffeur. Miss Daisy discovers that Hoke Colburn cannot read or write—a problem she, as a former schoolteacher, soon rectifies. Unfortunately, the prejudice they encounter elsewhere is not so easily overcome. This heartwarming film based on the off-Broadway play by the same name explores the broader topic of social inequality during the turbulent days of the civil rights movement. Topics: Post-World War II U.S. History, Personal Relationships, Race Relationships, Discrimination

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