Ruby Dee
Interview Re: Civil Rights Movement
CIVIL RIGHTS HERO JAMES FARMER DIES LAST SURVIVING GIANT OF CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT
FTG FOR AARON BROWN CS VO ON DEATH OF CIVIL RIGHTS LEADER AND FOUNDER OF CORE / CONGRESS ON RACIAL EQUALITY JAMES FARMER / CLIPS OF FARMER SPEAKING TO LARGE CROWDS / PRESS / SOME B&W FTG / CIVIL RIGHTS MARCHES W/ MARTIN LUTHER KING JR
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CIVIL RIGHTS INTERVIEWS: PALMER & MATHIS
Martin Luther King delivers his "I have a dream" speech
A defining moment in the American civil rights movement, Martin Luther King delivers a speech from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington. Co-production with the BBC.
RFK ON CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT - HD
Senator Robert F. Kennedy speaks about the civil rights movement and how violence is wrong no matter why it is used.
NAACP civil rights demonstration is disrupted by pro-segregationists
/ NAACP pro-integration demonstrators moving north on Congress Avenue towards the capitol in response to Governor John Connally's opposition to civil rights legislation / Demonstrators walking through Wooldridge Park / Series of speakers, including demonstration leader Booker T. Bonner / Pro-segregationist group, the Indignant White Citizens Council, heckling the other demonstrators / IWCC leader Bobby Joiner yelling through megaphone / Joiner and his cohorts surround the IWCC car.
Fannie Lou Hamer Wants Justice
Fannie Lou Hamer, civil rights leader, looks into the camera and speaks out against racism. A brief shot shows her part of a choir, singing the words, "let my people go." DOC/WA - 1960's - B/W
Various Subjects
CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT
Return ticket: [issue of May 29
France 24
AL:SELMA JUBILEE - BIDEN ON REGRET
ALAMABA BRIDGE MARCH CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT
A large crowd of demonstrators in Selma, Alabama during the Civil Rights Movement.
Activists work to register African American voters in Selma, Alabama during the Civil Rights Movement. African Americans and White Americans demonstrate and march for civil rights. A man holds a microphone in his hand. A man at the demonstration takes photos with a camera. A large crowd of demonstrators. Two cars in the foreground. African American civil rights movement leader John Lewis is interviewed by media persons. Location: Selma Alabama USA. Date: 1965.
US Civil Rights Museum
Museum exhibits honor civil rights movement
Universal News bulletin depicting the Selma to Montgomery March of 1965.
Universal News bulletin depicting the Selma to Montgomery March of 1965, part of the American civil rights movement.
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Ossie Davis
Interview Re: Civil Rights Movement
NAACP civil rights demonstration is disrupted by pro-segregationists
/ NAACP pro-integration demonstrators from Pleasant Grove Baptist Church arrives at Doris Miller Auditorium in response to Governor John Connally's opposition to civil rights legislation / People holding signs from Dallas NAACP saying 'Freedom Now!' / Demonstrators leaving the auditorium parking lot / Demonstration leader Booker T. Bonner walking in front of march / March moves past Bobby Joiner and the Indignant White Citizens Council / March moving up Congress Avenue towards the capitol / Unidentified men going into a municipal building / Police walking out of building.
Civil Rights March
Vintage footage of Martin Luther King Jr. and other activists marching with citizens to enable Black Americans to vote. DOC/WA - 1960's - B/W
Various Subjects
CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT
Man On The Move - Race Relations In Black America
The history of race relations and the civil rights movement in the U.S., including their effect on the arts and the economy in the 1960s and early 1970s. Clip featuring Essence and starting own business.
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K Clark interviews James Baldwin on civil rights movement of African Americans in the United States.
Doctor Kenneth Clark, Professor of Psychology at the City College of New York; Director of Fallen Youth Opportunities Unlimited and Research Director, North Pride Center for Interpretation, interviews James Baldwin on civil right movement of African Americans. James Baldwin talks about his personal life during the interview. Location: United States USA. Date: 1963.
AL:SELMA JUBILEE - BIDEN ON WINNING THE WAR
ALAMABA BRIDGE MARCH CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT
++US MS Trump Museum Visit
Trump Pays Tribute To Civil Rights Movement
CIVIL RIGHTS HERO JAMES FARMER DIES LAST SURVIVING GIANT OF CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT
FTG FOR AARON BROWN CS VO ON DEATH OF CIVIL RIGHTS LEADER AND FOUNDER OF CORE / CONGRESS ON RACIAL EQUALITY JAMES FARMER / CLIPS OF FARMER SPEAKING TO LARGE CROWDS / PRESS / SOME B&W FTG / CIVIL RIGHTS MARCHES W/ MARTIN LUTHER KING JR
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THE LATE ROSA PARKS SPEAKS ABOUT THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT
The late civil rights activist Rosa Parks talks about the civil rights movement noting, "It was the right thing for us to be and doing."