"And a little one shall lead them..."

At 18 years old, Tracy Sims brought the most powerful business leaders in San Francisco to their knees as a leader of the United San Francisco Freedom Movement, taking 2,000 demonstrators into the Palace Hotel on March 5, 1964 and desegregating all the city's hotels by the next day.   Then she went off into obscurity as an elementary school teacher, not mentioning her prominence to her own children. ReUNION: Education-Arts-Heritage marks the United Nation's International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination on March 21 by presenting for educational screening our exclusive documentary Who Was Tracy Siims? in which she tells in her own words how  she became the "mother of movements."