How the faith, virtue and resolve of a scarred, crippled Mohawk Indian girl surmounted the unimaginable brutality in an American heart of darkness caused Kateri Tekakwitha to be canonized as the first Native American saint of the Catholic Church.
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LILY OF THE MOHAWKS
THE TRIAL OF BAT SHEA
The true American Irish tragedy of class warfare, bigotry, politics and legal injustice allowed one man to gain power by knowingly executing an innocent man, while the victim achieved greatness in death. The true story features secret hate group rites, murder during a riot, suspenseful court room and political maneuvers and ultimately, redemption.
THE GOVERNOR'S RACE
The first female governor of New York, carries on a secret affair with the black chief judge of the state's highest court when a KKK wizard escapes through a sewer from a maxium security prison, a hit-and-run puts Massey into a coma and Sandy questions her bid for re-election as she finds herself suddenly on her own, campaigning through race riots without the guidance of her wise lover and political advisor.
DAY IN THE LIFE
As sole practitioner Jimmy Doyle juggles the drug trial of an illegal Dominican immigrant with posting bail for the son of an African-American bouncer friend and advising the Republicans in the New York State Capitol about new death penalty legislation, his ex-wife's lover, owner of a strip club, challenges his romantic notions of love and femininity.
Four sole practitioners interact to solve a murder mystery in Albany's rollicking legal community, and Jimmy Doyle sacrifices his law license to save his client and achieve justice.