Nicole Brooks | Canada | 48 mins | 2010 | English | PG | HD
During the era of America?s civil rights movement, Lincoln MacCauley Alexander made Canadian history. The film heralds his significant roles as the first black Member of Parliament in Canada and as the first black Lieutenant Governor of Ontario as well as his extraordinary personal attributes. The documentary reveals a surprising, funny, often heartbreaking but always inspiring account of his childhood, loves of his life, successes and tragedies ? in his own words.