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The Women of Brewster Place is an American television miniseries. It is a gripping and loving group portrait of seven black women whose backs are literally against the wall; a wall whose crumbling brick facade has turned the address of Brewster Place into both a real and symbolic dead end. It is a street filled with tales of courage and anguish, a city block where compassionate energy is inevitably at war with implacable desolation.
|S01E01||Part 1||19/03/1989||The matriarch and anchor for the women of Brewster Place is Mattie Michael. Her unselfish devotion to a ne'er-do-well son forces her to abandon her home, and try to make a new life in Brewster Place's dark and overcrowded tenements.|
|S01E02||Part 2||19/03/1989||Kiswana organizes a tenant's union to improve the lives of the dispirited Brewster Place residents.|
|S01E03||Part 3||00/00/0000||Etta Mae, Mattie's old friend, befriends the visiting reverend, much to the dismay of Mattie. Mattie is the only one who can help Ciel recover after she is shaken by the ultimate heartbreak.|
|S01E04||Part 4||00/00/0000||In the final chapter, an anguished but determined Mattie is joined by all the women of Brewster Place in a singular act of civil disobedience.|