“Through the Banks of the Red Cedar” What: A 69-minute documentary on former Vikings receiver Gene Washington’s journey from La Porte, Texas, to Michigan State University via the “underground railroad” of college football recruiting during the height of the Civil Rights movement. When: Shown as part of the 37th annual Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival at 4 p.m. April 22 at Uptown Theatre. Tickets: $14. Available at mspfilm.org or by calling 612-331-7563. Includes a post-show panel discussion featuring Gene Washington, Vikings Hall of Famer Carl Eller and Maya Washington, the filmmaker and Washington’s daughter.
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