In April 1968, students at Columbia University and the nearby women’s college, Barnard, occupied five campus buildings and
for one week brought the prestigious institution to its knees. Led by the Students’ Afro-American Society in coalition with the
white students, they fought against the Vietnam War and the university racism. The Columbia Revolt riveted the nation and
began a wave of defiance felt for years.
Documentary Series, 2019
Director: Paul Cronin and David Zeiger
Company: Displaced Films
Role: Editor (with Alexandra Velasco)