Melina Kolb Director: "Remember Me Sue" The Documentary on Sue Duncan

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This Week's Episode: Highlight of the PBS Special "Remember Me Sue" the Documentary of Sue Duncan (set to air 9:00p.m CT) on May 1, 2014 in Chicago. Sonny speaks with the Director Melina Kolb about Sonny's childhood Mentor~ Sue Duncan and her five decades of work with the Inner City Youth in the Black Community in the Southside of Chicago. Follow the Documentary: https://www.facebook.com/SueDuncanDocumentary

“Remember Me Sue” is the heart-rending but empowering story of lifelong educator Sue Duncan and her groundbreaking work with inner-city youth in Chicago.

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Remember Me Sue is a fiscally sponsored project of IFP
To make a tax-deductible donation, please visit our IFP donation page:https://fiscal.ifp.org/donate.cfm?donate=565

Plot Outline

In 1961, Sue Duncan opened an after-school center for African American youth on the South Side of Chicago. With a combination of discipline and unrelenting devotion, she became a mother figure for thousands of children over the next 50 years. After she is diagnosed with Alzheimer's, families cope with the end of her career and reveal how her love will last for generations.

 

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