Everyone But Two
THE LIFE, LOVE & TRAVEL OF
BENJAMIN AND FRANCES GRAHAM
A TRUE STORY OF WANDERLUST
Using her grandfather's handwritten travel log detailing his travels, filmmaker Carla Joelle Brown chronicles her journey retracing her African American grandparent’s 35 years of travels by trailer to the 48 contiguous states beginning in 1965. Through this passage of history and family, Brown discovers what it means to be an African American "traveling while black" by trailer from the 1960s to the present and learns that her grandparents were silent Civil Rights pioneers, forging their own path on the open road that for many other African Americans had been closed.
“Ain’t no point in living in this world and don’t ever go nowhere… that’s what we did…”