Protesters harass a man, Congolese Army troops arrest rioters in front of Leopoldville Airport during the Congo Crisis.
Demonstrators gather in front of Leopoldville Airport (present day Kinshasa, Congo) before the arrival of Prime Minister Patrice Lumumba in the Pan-African Conference. Congo Crisis protesters raising their arms, some pointing to the sky or waving. Congolese Army troops in standby. A young protester in crowd throwing rocks. Congolese soldiers drive a Jeep, moving past angry protesters. A riot between protesters and Congolese soldiers. Soldiers attempt to break the riot while a group of protesters surround a soldier. Belgium officers aid and injured man, bringing him through a line of Belgium soldiers. Rioters in a brawl. Congolese mob harassing and kicking a man. Congolese soldiers chase rioters. Location: Leopoldville Congo. Date: 1960.
The 90's, episode 105
1:11 Cameraperson walks through a cave 1:54 Skip Blumberg reports from Bristol, England. He shows us a very large bridge across a gulch. 9:36 Back to Skip Blumberg in England. Skip interviews a camera crew. 22:00 Sam from The Billy Goat Tavern in Chicago introduces The 90's. 22:12 Skip Blumberg in England goes to the Museum of the Moving Image. 26:51 Commercial for Lexington Composts. Time lapse photography of plants growing. 27:40 Skip Blumberg interviews an English youth about the future of the '90s. 29:20 Fred Branfman of Rebuild America talks about the direction of America's future. 31:17 Joe, King of the Workers cartoon. U.S. government propaganda about the strength of the American economy and our responsibility to buy things with the money we earn. 32:58 Voices of Cabrini by Fred Bridges. Bridges visits artist Anthony Hughes in Cabrini Green. Cabrini Green is my home. It's always been my home. When most people think of Cabrini Green, they think of the drugs and the crime and every other negative thing you can think of. When I think of about it, I think about all the wonderful people who have meant so much to me in my life... I'm an artist, and what I try to do is to share these people with the world, so that they'll see that Cabrini Green is more than just the images you see in the media, but is real people. So through my art I try to share these real people with other real people. He shows us his realistic charcoal drawings of Cabrini Green residents. 36:34 Skip Blumberg, still in Bristol, shoots a group of students who are throwing flowers at Edward Colston's grave, the man who founded their school. 48:20 Skip Blumberg shows us the Southerly-most point in England. 50:28 Skip Blumberg reports on a censorship protest. The story is that there was an exhibition about AIDS in a gallery in New York. The funder threatened to cut money if some offensive material was not removed. The protesters feel that this is not only a censorship issue, it is about homophobia and bigotry. 57:04 Shots of animals in England over the end credits.
Israel War Aid Protest
Israel War Aid Protest
CT:WALMART PROTEST:GIFFORDS AIDE REAX-HOPEFUL
TBD
SOVIET BOMB'S FALL OUT HAZARD IN USA
United States of America (USA).<br/><br/>Title reads 'World Protests Fall Out From Soviet Bomb Test'.<br/><br/>Various shots of the nuclear explosion. MS. & CU. Robert List, Chief of the Weather Burecius Atmospheric Radioactivity Project, talking - natural sound. He explains with aid of a map, the route of the Russian 50 megaton bomb explosion - Russians proposed to test the bomb. He argues that the explosion of such a large bomb would spread radioactivity throughout territories of other countries including America.<br/><br/>(Comb F.G.)<br/><br/>Date found in the old record - 26/10/1961.
PROTESTS IN JAPAN - HD
Japanese protesters march through the streets of Tokyo at night carrying banners demanding more help from the government after the Earthquake and nuclear fallout at Fukushima Power Plant.
HIV / AIDS Protest at Pharmaceutical Conference
HIV / AIDS - pharmaceutical industry / drug conference
Station 10
MSs of policemen helping out injured lady in Old Montreal, CS of sergeant talking on car radio (1:37). MS of policemen line up at street intersection, some are wearing anti riot equipement (0:43). Various shots of police escorting separatist demonstration in downtown area (24/06/1972); young people marching or riding on trucks and cars waving flags and banners with separatist slogans (1:42). Shots of riot police getting ready (0:28). Shots of group of policemen patrolling in Old Montreal after demonstration (1:19).
Pathe
In 1954, South Koreans protest the pullout of American forces fearing abandonment in Seoul
AIDS PROTEST
ACT UP / DC STAGES A PROTEST ABOUT AIDS RESEARCH AT NIH.
Act-up AIDS Demonstration (1992)
Aids coalition to unleash power.
ROCK MUSIC
POLICE AT VIETNAM WAR PROTEST AT ROCK CONCERT - WILD FOOTAGE SHOT FROM GROUND CLOSE UP - POLICE AIDE FALLEN MAN
World Aids; 12/1/1994
AIDS protesters arrested
Israel War Aid Protest
Israel War Aid Protest
Pathe
Berlin protests over Ruhr Separatist movement and aid given to the Separatists by the French
1950s NEWSREELS
CHURCHES AID KOREA'S WAR AGAINST TB NEW YORK MAYOR WAGNER PRESENTS MOBILE X-RAY UNIT TO KOREAN AMBASSADOR. UNIT IS GIFT FROM PROTESTANT CHURCHES (HF-YTV)
AIDS PROTEST
ACT UP / DC STAGES A PROTEST ABOUT AIDS RESEARCH AT NIH.
An army of unemployed people in New Jersey march during Great Depression protest in New Jersey
A large group of unemployed people in New Jersey march during Great Depression. Banners read 'We want immediate relief'. Unemployed citizens take over the State House in Trenton, New Jersey. Unemployed men sitting in the State House. The men sit in the house till the Legislators promise relief aid. From an April 27, 1961 newsreel depicting events 25 years earlier. Location: Trenton New Jersey USA. Date: 1936.
SPN-378 35mm
Sucesos Peruanos Newsreel No. 378
PEACE CONVOY (1988)
A DEMONSTRATION FOR HUMANITARIAN AID TO NICARAGUA, AND AGAINST MILITARY AID
Various Subjects
SAN FRANCISCO EARTHQUAKE/VIETNAM PROTESTS/AIDS QUILT
HIV / AIDS Protest at Pharmaceutical Conference
HIV / AIDS - pharmaceutical industry / drug conference
Stokely Carmichael speaking at Dialectics of Liberation
Footage of Stokely Carmichael speaking at The Congress on the Dialectics of Liberation which took place at The Roundhouse in London during the summer of 1967 against a background of rising student agitation. This two week long event was a unique gathering to demystify human violence in all its forms, the social systems from which it emanates and to explore new forms of action. This is an excerpt from the documentary Anatomy of Violence, which covers the Congress and its significance. Sitting at the dais at far left is Emmet Grogan founder of The Diggers, poet Alan Ginsburg, black power advocate Stokely Carmichael and famous psychoanalyst and writer, Ronald Laing) Carmichael addresses the congress about the cultural imposition of the west, the relationship of white liberals and hippies to blacks. He also talks about violence and protest. Audience is mostly comprised of young white men and women. TRANSCRIPT BELOW: 00:00 – Stokely talks about cultural imposition and white liberals and how they view themselves vs how black people sees them. Makes comments about violence. …cultural imposition is because west thinks it is superior and forced everyone else in countries to adopt their culture and language…and various countries around the world are fighting for recapturing of their country – a fight for cultural integrity and to shed the western ways – because the west imposed but force their culture on the third world. We as African Americans were inside one of the most imperialistic countries …were stripped most brutally of our own culture. Secondly talk about apathy…says blacks are not apathetic – just look at Newark and what happened there. But what has happened is that certain levels of the culture have resisted the cultural imposition and that form of resistance was to completely reject what the west had to say and that is what the west calls apathy …our job is to incorporate that resistance and give it a political ideology and move onwards to our liberation. 5:44 – Thirdly about the white liberal – what most white liberals do is to avoid the issue of institutionalized racism or white supremacy or imperialism so that each of them look at themselves as an individual…first thing they say is that I don’t treat you like other white people and they remind me of Pontius Pilot washing his hands while Jesus Christ was getting crucified. (applause) and I am not sure I hold Pontius Pilot guiltless…but I am still getting oppressed, and if I am being oppressed by a society in which they are a part, and I am fighting that society, then obviously I am fighting them. What is happening is that white liberals are incapable of taking a stand one way or the other and their job is to stand on the fence as long as they can because they cannot make a decision to ideologically fight the west 7:00 biggest group you have are the hippies who are unable to fight their own culture so they drop out (cut to Ginsberg) and they become a neutral factor. We see them as neutrals and not friends who are helping us in our struggle. (cut to Grogan and audience). White liberals cannot define friendship…friendship means that the people you want for friends must decide if they want you as friends and the very fact that white liberals say you are my friend without black people saying yes you are my friend just shows again the imposition of institutionalized superiority…. 8:00 to touch briefly on violence to give you a clear picture of where black people are – I want to use Vietnam as an example. It is clear to me that all the pacifists in the world are not going to stop the United States in their brutal aggression in Vietnam…only way is when the people in southeast asia come together to defeat the united states. For blacks within the united states, the only way we can aid them since they are being oppressed by the same people oppressing us, is to refuse to fight in the army – to build a black resistance movement inside the united states…if I resist to fight I get sent to jail – who is the draft board to make that decision for me – either I go to Vietnam or to jail. The only other solution is to take up a gun so that when the army, police force etc come to get me, I shoot it out with them. But I don’t believe in suffering to bring about my redemption and I have been suffering too long and still not redeemed. 10:00 Finally if my words seem harsh I would like to quote from Berthold Brecht in a poem he called Posterity – the last line he says to the world – Please do not judge us harshly but those of us who wanted to lay a foundation for kindness could not ourselves be kind”. The footage continues with questions from audience and incredible interchanges between audience and Carmichael and amongst those on the podium as well. Fascinating and unique. 35:00 Second seminar - Address to the black community