Former Viking star Gene Washington is the subject of a new film which premiered at the Minneapolis-St. Paul Film Festival Sunday night, but it was his daughter Maya--the film's director--who ended up stealing the spotlight.
"Through the Banks of the Red Cedar" explores the history of college football at the peak of segregation, following Gene Washington and other players' journeys from the deep south to a Michigan State program that built a national championship team in the 1960s by actively recruiting African-American players. … More
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