Salt Lake City, UT – The year that Congress passed the landmark Civil Rights Act, Texas Western Miners basketball coach Don Haskins set out to create the perfect basketball team based solely on talent. He revolutionized not only the sport, but also the American landscape, when his predominately black team became the 1966 NCAA champions. "Glory Road," the directorial debut of James Gartner, follows the team through a pivotal time in the country's history.
Join RadioWest and Salt Lake City Film Center for a live discussion and free screening of James Gartner's Glory Road. Monday, January 9th at 7:00 p.m., RadioWest will broadcast from Megaplex 12 at The Gateway (200 South and 400 West in Salt Lake City). Doug Fabrizio is joined by James Gartner, 1966 Utah basketball player Leonard Black and others. The screening of "Glory Road" will follow the broadcast.
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