Storyville, a series presented by Scribe Video Center is supported by the National Endowment for the Arts and the Pennsylvania Council on the Art. Friday, November 18 at 7:00pm, two films about the history of struggle for racial justice and equality in Philadelphia will premiere. At The Wall tells the story of a group of Philadelphia “freedom fighters” who struggled against racial injustice and clashed daily with Frank Rizzo’s police force in 1965 in an important milestone of the civil rights movement — the integration of Girard College (USA, 2006, 33 minutes). Black Soldiers in Blue is the story of Camp William Penn, the first and largest federal training camp for black soldiers during the Civil War. The film documents the hardships and heroism of these volunteer troops and their influence on the outcome of the war. The camp was located just outside Philadelphia in a an area now called La Mott, named after Lucretia Mott, the abolitionist and suffragist who lived near the camp. (USA, 2009, 32 minutes) Admission is $5 and free for Scribe members.