This film documents the untold adventures of the African-Americans who went to the Spanish Civil War, in the thirties, to fight for the civil rights that were denied to them in their home country.
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Invisibles Heroes. African-Americans in the Spanish Civil War
Made up of 2,800 Americans, the Lincoln Brigade came to defend the Spanish Republic in 1936, along with nearly 50,000 volunteers from 54 countries.
What is little known is that among those volunteers were eighty-five African Americans who went to fight against racism and for the civil rights that were denied to them in their own country.
This is their story, an unpublished page in the history of the United States and Spain.