Hope Foye’s story told by her, takes you on a historical journey when the times truly defined one’s character. Hope’s songs and public stance against racism, poverty, war, and other social concerns are in many ways still reflective of today’s issues in America.

Hope Foye, an early civil rights activist of the 1940s and 1950s in America, is a living legend whose convictions opened pathways of opportunities for many black women and men in entertainment.

Today at 89-years-old, Hope’s beautiful voice continues to sing out for peace and justice.

Constance L. Jackson, MPH, President/CEO is the writer, director and producer of all the films in Permanent Production's collection. Ms. Jackson earned a Master's degree in Public Health, specializing in Social and Behavioral Sciences. Ms. Jackson also has a Bachelor's degree in Speech Communication. The documentary films produced by Permanent Productions present cutting-edge issues that delve deeply into the underlying factors that make up the nuances of an individual and a country. She has the ability to tap into the essence of many unspoken issues immersing viewers into the story, allowing them to think and talk about their own behavior and experiences.