NOBODY KNOWS: THE UNTOLD STORY OF BLACK MORMONS We are very pleased to be able to screen the long-awaited documentary, Nobody Knows: The Untold Story of Black Mormons, and to be able to discuss it with DARIUS GRAY, one of the driving forces behind the film and a noted author and historian about Black Latter-day Saints. The film tells the story of the involvement of African Americans in the early Church, including being part of the early pioneer companies. It deals forthrightly with the priesthood and temple ban and how those issues played out during the Civil Rights Movement. It looks at the lifting of that ban and its lingering effects on today’s Black Mormons. The film also includes never-released footage and many rare archival photographs, as well as interviews with renowned scholars, historians, Black Mormons, and with Martin Luther King III and Dr. Cecil ‘Chip’ Murray, the retired pastor of the First AME Church of Los Angeles, which was founded by a former slave of Mormon pioneers.