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One Night In Miami...
— Regina King
Set in 1964,
One Night In Miami…
is a fictional imagining of the historic night that brought together four legends of black sports, entertainment and activism. On February 25th of that year, Cassius Clay won the World Heavyweight boxing title. He later met up with friends Sam Cooke, Jim Brown and Malcolm X in an Overtown, FL, motel. But rather than celebrate the victory, the four men reflected on the state of the civil rights movement and challenged each other on whether they were doing enough to advance its efforts.