Large crowd of Anti-Vietnam war demonstrators march holding banners in New York and rally in Central Park
An anti-war march event in New York City, organized by the Spring Mobilization Committee to End the War in Vietnam (later became the National Mobilization Committee to End the War in Vietnam). Large crowd of anti-war demonstrators begin in Central Park and march on the streets holding banners. Students, housewives, doctors, businessmen, teachers, Beatniks, Hippies, and other demonstrators attend the protest. Group of demonstrators burns draft cards. Pro war and anti-war demonstrators argue. Right wing demonstrators protest the anti-war march. Civil Rights leader Martin Luther King and officials walk towards the United Nations headquarters building (46th St and 1st Ave, New York, NY 10017) during the peace demonstration. Military policemen arrest demonstrators protesting the Vietnam War. Location: New York City USA. Date: April 15, 1967.
The other dream of Martin Luther King
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civil rights bill signed 1964
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Historical Film: Peace March Against Vietnam War (1967)
SERIES OF ROBERT KENNEDY SPEECH SOUND BITES
2:22:46:19-2:28:52:05*>>>COLOR & BW W/SYNC AUDIO Short pieces of various Bobby Kennedy speeches 1. The whole country suffering because of Vietnam war 2. Dissent is essential 3. The Vietnam war is their war, and a war of attrition makes no sense and is unwinnable 4. Negroes have made great progress, but should not be satisfied 5. Martin Luther King eulogy 6 . I'm impatient and people should be angry enough to speak out against injustice 7. At Ambassador hotel after California primary: We can work together to overcome our disenchantment with this society. That is my basis for running.
REVIEW OF THE SIXTIES
No title - REVIEW OF THE SIXTIES. <br/> <br/>M/S crowd on balcony at London Airport, pan to mass of people awaiting the arrival of pop group The Beatles. C/U teenagers screaming. M/S John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr and George Harrison walking down steps of aircraft and waving to crowd. M/S as crowd wave from balcony. C/U Beatles waving. M/S crowd on balcony waving. M/S mass crowd. C/U Beatles standing together smiling. C/U as police hold back crowd. M/S as Beatles push their way through crowd. M/S Beatles pushing through crowd being helped by police, pan up to large crowd. M/S girl being lifted over the heads of crowd after fainting. C/U Beatles pushing through crowd. C/U crowd behind wire netting. C/U Beatles aboard airport coach. M/S of large crowd at the Arlington Cemetery for President John Kennedy's funeral. M/S of the hearse carrying President Kennedy's coffin at Arlington. M/S as the coffin is taken from the hearse. M/S large crowd of dignitaries, including heads of state, General Charles de Gaulle and Haile Selassie, Emperor of Abyssinia. M/S of mourners around the graveside, Jacqueline Kennedy, etc., as the flame is lit. C/U of the flame, camera zooms back to show Guard of Honour beside the coffin. <br/> <br/>Various good shots flower people and hippies in the open air. C/U girl with face painted. Big M/S Houses of Parliament, (Churchill's funeral). Interior M/S Winston Churchill lying in state. C/U coffin draped with Union Jacks. M/S of the lying-in-state showing the Guard of Honour. Angle shot exterior showing Union Jack flag at half mast on Westminster Abbey. Top shot showing queues of people waiting to go in to the lying-in-state. M/S Westminster Abbey showing large queue of people. M/S people going into Westminster Abbey. Interior M/S crowds filing past the coffin. <br/> <br/>M/S pan mass of small craft on their way to meet Sir Francis Chichester on his return from round the world yacht trip. M/S of Chichester's craft surrounded by other boats. M/S Chichester in his boat being escorted in. Interior M/S of girls in mini skirts picking out clothing. C/U mini skirted legs, pan up to girls holding up clothes. Exterior M/S two girls looking in shop window, one wearing maxi and one wearing mini. Interior M/S mini skirted girls. <br/> <br/>M/S of jumbo jet at the entrance of its hangar. C/U one of the giant engines on the wing of the jumbo. M/S of the jet as it is towed forward. C/U under wing of the jumbo. Top shot showing the jumbo standing on tarmac, its size is shown by the vehicles standing around it. C/U and M/S of Martin Luther King surrounded by crowd of people. Pan of civil rights marchers. C/U Martin Luther King walking in crowd. M/S as Martin Luther King walks to microphone. M/S large mass crowd. Pan aeroplane dropping bombs in the Vietnam War. M/S pan aircraft dropping bombs. M/S explosion. M/S troops coming off landing craft. M/S troops. M/S troops in jungle. C/U troops in jungle. M/S explosion in trees. C/U's troops moving into position. M/S pan police running towards demonstrators at Grosvenor Square. C/U policemen handling demonstrators and throwing them into bushes. M/S police fighting with demonstrators. C/U demonstrators with placards. C/U demonstrators fighting the police. M/S wrecked vehicles in the desert in the Arab - Israeli War. M/S armoured vehicle travelling through the desert. M/S pan wrecked vehicles. C/U crew of armoured vehicle travelling through desert. M/S pan of wrecked armoured vehicles. <br/> <br/>M/S of the Hovercraft, 'Seaspeed', moving off. M/S as it takes to the water. Interior M/S of the hovercraft. Various shots of 'Seaspeed' underway. M/S blanks for the new decimal 50 pence coin in tray. C/U of blanks. M/S of machines in Royal Mint stamping new coins. C/U of machine. C/U new 50 pence coin coming from machine. M/S pan over the length of Concorde. M/S as it takes off. M/S the surface of the moon. M/S of Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin putting up the American flag on the moon. M/S of the moon's surface. M/S of the astronauts walking about on the moon's surface.
MARTIN LUTHER KING DENOUNCES THE VIETNAM WAR
ORIG. COLOR 420 SOF. MAG. CIVIL RIGHTS LEADER DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING SPEAKS AT RIVERSIDE CHURCH TO " CLERGY AND LAYMEN CONCERNED ABOUT VIETNAM. " HE SPEAKS ON NEED TO DISSENT FROM VIETNAM WAR POLICY. SAYS THE WAR IS AN ENEMY OF THE POOL OF AMERICA. CI: PERSONALITIES - KING, MARTIN LUTHER.
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Peace March - Thousands Oppose Vietnam War
REOPENING MONUMENTS AND MEMORIALS
News Clip: 50th Anniversary
Video footage from the KXAS-TV/NBC station in Fort Worth, Texas, to accompany a news story.
CIVIL RIGHTS
BAILEY DISCUSSES DR. KINGS RECENT PRESS -GOOD AND BAD KING REACTS TO HIS NEGATIVE ARTICLES, TALKS ABOUT HOW HE RESPONDS TO HIS PRESS- " I DO NOT READ PRESS REACTIONS WHEN I AM IN THE HEAT OF A MOVEMENT" - TALKS ABOUT HIS STANCE ON THE WAR IN VIETNAM AND HOW DAMAGING THE WAR IS - TALKS ABOUT THE MILITARY INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX AND HOW DESTRUCTIVE AND EXPENSIVE THE VIETNAM WAR HAS BEEN -INTERVIEW WITH MARTIN LUTHER KING
1967 Martin Luther King Jr.
Martin Luther King Jr. - MLK - Anti-War statements on the Vietnam War and Civil Rights - April 12, 1967 Press Conference at Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles
MARTIN LUTHER KING JR.
An interview with Martin Luther King Jr. in which he discusses his stance against the Vietnam War and how the war weakens the civil rights movement.
GREENFIELD AT LARGE
/n00:00:00:00 /nTOPIC: Author Michael Beschloss Discusses Lyndon Johnson&apos;s Recorded Telephone Conversations and his New Book. /n (0:00)/ /n
MARTIN LUTHER KING ON VIETNAM
ORIG. NEG. 1200 FT. SOF MAG CU MARTIN LUTHER KING TALKS ON VIETNAM. SAYS U.S. IS NOT WINNING THE WAR AND THAT WE SHOULD NEGOTIATE A PEACE SETTLEMENT. VARIOUS SHOTS CROWDS OUTSIDE CRAMTON AUDITORIUM. VARIOUS SHOTS CROWDS INSIDE AUDITORIUM. LS CHOIR SINGING. MS MARTIN LUTHER KING ADDRESSES AUDIENCE. TALKS ON CIVIL RIGHTS AND POVERTY. CI: GEOGRAPHIC - D. C. , WASHINGTON. PERSONALITIES - KING, MARTIN LUTHER. SPEECHES - CIVIL RIGHTS.
1967 Martin Luther King Jr.
Martin Luther King Jr. - MLK - Anti-War statements on the Vietnam War and Civil Rights - April 12, 1967 Press Conference at Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles
MLK ON VIETNAM AND CIVIL RIGHTS - HD
Martin Luther King Jr. speaks on how the war in Vietnam has drawn attention away from Civil Rights and affected the aims of the Great Society programs. Transferred from film, mastered in Apple Pro Res 422 HQ and Uncompressed, available in all forms of HD and SD.
60's Stamp VNR (07/08/1998)
The U.S. Postal Service announced the results of public balloting for "Celebrate the Century" stamps representing the decade of the 1960's. The public selected some 15 stamp subjects in May to commemorate the 60's. Some 930,000 ballots were cast in the voting that heralded the astronauts landing on the moon as the most memorable event of the 1960's. Coming in second was the beginning of the Super Bowl followed by the peace symbol. Among the other stamps chosen were Dr. Martin Luther King's "I have a dream speech, the Vietnam War, the Ford Mustang, the Barbie Doll and the Green Bay Packers.
The anti war protests against the United States involvement in the Vietnam War.
Anti-war protests in the United States during the Vietnam War. Protesters march and demonstrate against the United States involvement in the Vietnam War from Central Park to the UN headquarters in New York City. Demonstrators in crowd holding protest signs. A number of African American marchers hold signs that read, "Black men should fight white racism, not Vietnamese freedom fighters." Another sign reads, "They are our brothers whom we kill." Masses of people including doctors, teachers, and businessmen on streets. People dressed in different costumes and 1960s hippie fashion as they protest. Young men participate in burning their draft cards while a crowd gathers around to watch the draft card burning. Pro-war counter protestors (sometimes called "Hawks") also demonstrating and arguing with anti-war activists. Pro-war banner reads, "End Hanoi Sanctuary. Let's bomb Hanoi to win the war and destroy the Communist conspiracy." Another Hawk sign reads, "Anarchy Cannot be Permitted in the USA. Fight Communism and Red Termites." African American civil rights activist Martin Luther King Jr. walks toward the United Nations building with other officials advocating peace. Policemen drag a protester. Scene changes to San Francisco: 50000 people carry banners as they protest the war in Vietnam and march to the Kezar Stadium (670 Kezar Dr, San Francisco, CA 94118, United States) for a mass assembly. People push each other during the protest as pro-war demonstrators clash with anti-war demonstrators and pacifists. A huge crowd gathered at a stadium. Location: United States USA. Date: April 15, 1967.
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MARTIN LUTHER KING
[Behind the scenes of the Lincoln Memorial, the most visited monument in the United States]
TF1 News (Private - August 1982 ->)
CIVIL RIGHTS
F. LEE BAILEY SEATED ON THE COUCH OF MARTIN LUTHER KING'S MUSIC ROOM WITH REVEREND KING - TALK ABOUT THEIR FAMILY MUSIC ROOM - TALKS ABOUT A RECNTLY PUBLISHED ARTICLE IN THE "READER'S DIGEST" BY CARL T. ROWAN, THE DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF THE US INFORMATION AGENCY WHO CALLED KING A " COMMUNIST" BECAUSE OF HIS VIEWS ON THE VIETNAM WAR DR. KING EQUATED ROWAN' VIEWS TO THE LOWEST COMMON DENOMINATOR - KING EXPRESSES HIS VIEWS ON THE VIETNAMESE WAR AND HOW IT IS DIVERTING THE ATTENTION OF THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT AND OTHER DOMESTIC ISSUES - KING DEFENDS HIMSELF
WAR AND SOCIETY - PART 3 - PROTEST FOR PEACE
Part 3 of a series of films made for schools entitled: "War and Society." <br/> <br/>Devised and produced in association with the Schools Council and Nuffield Foundation Humanities Curriculum Project. Editor: Ron Glenister. Research: Charlie Gillett. Producer: Richard Dunn. <br/> <br/>"We Shall Overcome" is sung on the soundtrack over photographs of a female protest singer - Joan Baez. <br/> <br/>September 1961 - Ban the Bomb demonstrators mobilise in Trafalgar Square. Various shots of the protesters and high angle shot of them gathered in the Square. Police drafted to the area walk towards the Square. Sit down protesters include Shelagh Delaney, Vanessa Redgrave and John Osborne. Sir Herbert Reid (Reed?) is also amongst the demonstrators. A man of the cloth stands up to speak to the crowd. They are practising tactics Gandhi made famous - passive resistance. Various shots of police holding back crowds and dragging protesters across a road. Police strain to keep crowds back. Various protesters are arrested - mostly women. They are put into the back of police vans. <br/> <br/>December 1961 - Brize Norton RAF base. Demonstrators walk with banners "Sit for a Sane World" and "Nuclear Disarmers - are they Mad, Bad or just plain Silly?" Various shots of the sit down protest. Wethersfield Air Base - protesters sit in the road. An American helicopter flies over the demonstrators. An elderly woman sits on the road and knits. Bertrand Russell is mentioned. Randolph Churchill is seen - he is present as a reporter. Police manhandle some of the demonstrators to allow a Red Cross ambulance through onto the base. C/U of police. Barbed wire is stretched across the entrance to the base. Demonstrators are arrested and dragged along the ground to police vans. Newsreel cameramen and photographers are seen. Night shots of people being arrested. <br/> <br/>October 1967 (U.S.A.) Panning shot of large group of protesters. Man stands at a podium making a speech. American protest singer Barry McGuire on soundtrack "Eve of Destruction". Montage of shots of protesters - young and old, black and white - marching in protest against the Vietnam war. Panning shot of military standing guard. Various shots of people being held back by military, scuffles breaking out, arrests being made, massive crowds of demonstrators. M/S of Martin Luther King marching with other demonstrators. - possibly Dr Spock and others. Pro-war demonstrators stand behind police line with banners: "End Hanoi Sanctuary - Let's Bomb Hanoi to win the war and destroy Communist conspiracy." A middle aged woman holds a hand written card which reads: "My son served in Vietnam and I'm proud - I would disown a coward." High angle shot of the procession. "Veterans for Peace" walk along followed by black demonstrators with posters which read: "Black people - 53% of the dead - 2% of the bread - why?" Another banner reads: "Make Love not War." Shots of people's feet. Massive crowd congregate to hear Martin Luther King speak. Large stadium filled with protesters. Woman stands up to speak at podium (not recognised by this cataloguer.) <br/> <br/>March 1968 - Anti Vietnam War demonstration in Trafalgar Square. Demonstrators with posters featuring Chairman Mao and Ho Chi Minh. Shots of protesters "from most walks of life." C/U of Vanessa Redgrave. Also present were "troublemakers." Various shots of the marchers moving through the London streets. Narrator speaks of how riots were being incited. C/U of Grosvenor Square street sign. Police stand in a line. Various shots of the protest turning nasty. Police struggle to hold protesters back. Some are knocked to the ground. Mounted police move in. Demonstrators are arrested and carried off. Protesters run across the square. Tear gas canisters are set off. Policemen put the boot in. A young fainting woman is helped by a policeman. A wounded policeman is carried off on a stretcher. Narrator states that the police showed "incredible self control against overwhelming brute force..." (this is debatable!) Film ends with shot of an abandoned banner which reads: "Let us voice our opinions."
CORETTA SCOTT KING REACT TO CONSPIRACY VERDICT (12/9/1999)
CORETTA SCOTT KING REACTS TO THE JURY VERDICT OF "CONSPIRACY" IN THE DEATH OF MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.