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This year is the centennial of James Baldwin's birth. For Interview magazine, writer Lynne Tillman talked to Pat Hartley, co-director of 1982 documentary "I Heard it Through the Grapevine," about the making of the film, which sees Baldwin traveling through the Deep South. reflecting on moments from the civil rights movement two decades before. "What he said is so relevant now because he said, 'I don’t care if you assassinate me now, but your time, white supremacy, is over,” and this is 1980," said Tillman.

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