Chauncey Bailey Project

A Day Late in Oakland

A Day Late in Oakland
A Day Late in Oakland
March 3, 2009 – “A Day Late in Oakland” has been named the Best Short Documentary at the 2009 Fargo Film Festival. Sub-titled “The story of a reporter and a baker, from their common roots to their troubling intersection,” the film by award-winning Bay Area filmmaker and cinematographer Zachary Stauffer mixes interviews with archival footage, photographs, news clippings, and public documents as it follows the life of journalist Chauncey Bailey and the evolution of Your Black Muslim Bakery. [learn more]

3 responses to “A Day Late in Oakland”

  1. Debra says:

    Will you ever air this documentary in the Los Angeles area? I went to school with Chauncy (Skippy) years ago. Thank you.

  2. John Slade says:

    I wanted to see this documentary but missed it. I wish you could put this on YouTube so many more people can see this important work. Bailey’s killing was the first time a journalist had been murdered in America for a long time. I saw the story on 60 Minutes and have followed it closely.

    John

  3. Jeff Lichtman says:

    Do you plan to update this documentary now that Bey has been convicted?

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