It's well known that Disney doesn't want to release Song of the South because of groups that claim it to be racist. Who should we contact that would be able to coerce/convince Disney that this should be preserved - at least as a historical document and a great performance by an African American actor - and finally get this film back in the public and out of the vaults? Who would have the clout to do this? Leonard Maltin? Roger Ebert? John Canemaker (animation historian)? Robert Harris? The NAACP? The AFI? Library of Congress National Film Registry?