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Lulie Haddad

Lulie Haddad, the founder of EveryVoice Productions and an award-winning documentary producer/director/writer, has worked in television and film for over fifteen years. She is currently executive producing a film on dyslexia and creativity. Most recently, Lulie was the senior producer for Firelight Media’s Beyond Brown: Pursuing the Promise, which aired nationally on PBS for the 50th anniversary of Brown v. Board of Education. Prior to that, she was producer/director for ROJA Productions on a four-part series for PBS titled Matters of Race. Both programs received the Columbia School of Journalism’s Excellence in Broadcast Journalism Award.

Lulie’s credits include producer/writer/director of “Guide My Feet,” an episode of This Far by Faith produced by Blackside, Inc., a PBS series she helped develop. She has worked for ABC News, Wall Street Journal Television and VH1, as well as several award-winning PBS series, including: The Great Depression, America’s War on Poverty and "Truman" (for The American Experience). She has also produced films in India and Mexico.

Lulie has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Brown University and a Masters degree in Theological Studies from Harvard University. She is a board member for Human Rights Watch US division, on the board of Screeners for the duPont-Columbia Award for Excellence in Broadcast Journalism, a judge for the Annual News and Documentary Emmy Awards, treasurer of the WGAE Foundation and a member of the Media Advisory Committee for Auburn Seminary.

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Beyond Brown: Pursuing the Promise

$19.95 | 60 minutes

(2004) - Director, Producer, Writer

On May 17, 1954, in its decision in Brown v. Board of Education, Topeka, Kansas, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down the doctrine of "separate but equal," ending legal segregation in American education. Fifty years later, the full promise&hellip…

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