Brotherhood of Man

Posted: January 6, 2009 in Animation, UPA
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This is the second film that was made by UPA and is significant in that it was one of the first animated films in which black people were not mere caricatures or stereotypes. This was actually an industrial film made for the United Auto Workers Union in an effort to promote racial harmony and to prepare auto workers for de-segregation (is that a word?) of the auto industry.

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  1. […] and political films, the other notable one being Brotherhood of Man, which I talked about in a previous post. This film tries to promote racial harmony and was made for the United Auto Workers just prior to […]

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