In 2016, Honey took his oral histories from books to film, in his documentary, "Love and Solidarity: James M. Lawson and Nonviolence in the Search for Workers' Rights." He has shown the film around the country before academic, union, and civil rights audiences. In 2003, he worked with Paul Lovelady to produce “A Soldier’s Duty? The Story of Lt. Ehren Watada,” who refused to take his troops overseas to fight in what he considered an unjustifiable war in Iraq.

Love and Solidarity

Honey took his oral histories from books to film, in his documentary, "Love and Solidarity: James M. Lawson and Nonviolence in the Search for Workers' Rights," copyrighted by the University of Washington and distributed by Bullfrog Films. He has shown the film across the country before academic, union, and civil rights audiences. For details: loveandsolidarity.com 
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I Live On

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A Soldier's Duty? The Ehren Watada Story

Michael Honey worked with Paul Lovelady to produce “A Soldier’s Duty? The Story of Lt. Ehren Watada,” who refused to take his troops overseas to fight in what he considered an unjustifiable war in Iraq in 2003.

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I Am A Man

Honey consults with Sycamore Films, making a
major motion picture, I Am A Man, based on his book, Going Down Jericho Road:
the Memphis Sanitation Strike, Martin Luther King’s Last Campaign.