Born in a humble American family, Clarence B. Jones grew up in a segregated United-States. In 1962, he gives up his job as a showbiz lawyer to become the legal and politic adviser of Martin Luther King Jr., the leader of the Civil Rights Movement. From the Montgomery bus boycott to the legendary March on Washington, Clarence B. Jones was always by his side. He was the right-hand and confidant of the man who changed the face of democracy in the United-States.
- Genre: History
- Length: 1 x 52'
- Director: Christian Huleu & Guillaume Perez