The other dream of Martin Luther King
France 5
MARTIN LUTHER KING: I HAVE A DREAM SPEECH
100 SOF / MAG. VS MARTIN LUTHER KING SPEAKING AT MARCH ON WASHINGTON OUTDOOR RALLY, "I HAVE A DREAM" SPEECH, EXCERPTS. VS OF HIM SPEAKING AT INDOOR RALLY, ON HIS OPPOSITION TO VIETNAM WAR. CI: PERSONALITIES: KING, MARTIN LUTHER.
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."
MLK TALKS ABOUT VIETNAM & CIVIL RIGHTS
Martin Luther King makes a speech suggesting that the war in Vietnam has made the goals of the civil rights struggle harder to achieve.
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MARTIN LUTHER KING
KERREY/SPEECH
00:00:00:00 [Dem Pres candidate Bob Kerrey speaks to session of state house &amp; senate]--INT Ga chamber, incl lawmakers at seats; GA Spkr of the House Tom Murphy call to order (hits gavel); :51/ ...
NEWS; 1968
00:09:03:00,PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION, Nixon campaigns. Speaks at New Hampshire primary, Eugene McCarthy shakes hands in streets of New Hampshire, Bobby Kennedy announces candidacy, Johnson gives will not run in 1968 speech, Hubert Humphrey announces candidacy, George Wallace announces candidacy,KING ASSASINATION, Martin Luther King gives final "mountain top" speech, Police and investigators at hotel after King assassination, Cop points to place where King killed, Riots in American streets, on streets of Washington DC, Bobby Kennedy speaks to crowds on King assassination, King funeral. Kennedy, Nixon march in funeral, Sing "We Shall Overcome", Poor peoples march on Washington,BOBBY KENNEDY ASSASINATION, Kennedy gives final speech after California primary, Bobby Kennedy assassination footage, Sirhan Sirhan in custody,VIETNAM, Fighting in streets of Vietnam, Bombers bomb targets in Vietnam, Lyndon Johnson, gives halt in bombing speech, Averell Harriman at Vietnam peace talks,PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION, Republican Convention in Miami, Nixon at convention gives peace sign salute, Humphrey and Ed Muskie at convention in Chicago, Nixon gives victory speech, Nixon meets with Johnson at White House,RUSSIANS INVADE CZECHOSLOVAKIA, Russian tanks roll in Prague, Soviets talk in meeting,STUDENT RIOTS, Riots at Columbia University, Riots in San Francisco, Chicago riots, Students riot in Mexico City, to upset Olympics, Cops clash with rioters, Students riot in Paris,FRENCH FINANCIAL CRISIS, Charles DeGaulle gives speech, French stock exchange,USS PUEBLO CREW RETURNED HOME, North Korean prisoners return on plane. Meet families, Rocket launch. Slow motion. Captain Llody Bucher,APOLLO 8, Crew on board Apollo 8, View of lunar surface from Apollo 8, Christmas message from Apollo 8, Capsule floats at sea, recovered, Helicopter lands on carrier, aircraft carrier
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.
RAINBOW COAL/KERREY
00:00:00:00 [Dem Pres candidate Bob Kerrey speaks to Rainbow Coaliition mtg] (TAPE 1)-- MS Kerrey shakes hands w Jesse Jackson at pod; KERREY--I&apos;m not sure Cable News Network knows what it is ...
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MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. - MLK
1969 PROTESTS AGAINST THE VIETNAM WAR
Mrs. Martin Luther King leads 45,000 candle light marchers past the White House in a peace moratorium against the Vietnam War. Not all demonstrations are so peaceful as militants target the Saigon embassy and U.S. Justice Department leading President Nixon to invoke the silent majority. PLEASE NOTE VIDEO & AUDIO OF NEWS ANCHORS & REPORTERS IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR LICENSING.
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.
[Behind the scenes of the Lincoln Memorial, the most visited monument in the United States]
TF1 News (Private - August 1982 ->)
REV. DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING SPEECH PT. 4 (1967)
THE REVEREND DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING GAVE A CONVOCATION ADDRESS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA ST. PAUL CAMPUS. HIS TOPIC WAS ‘A WORLD IN TRANSITION.”
Various Subjects
Vintage footage-Abe Lincolin, reinactment of civil war battle/William Howard Taft plays golf, shakes hands with people/Wright bros. Assemble plane, fly it/Wreckage from old San Francisco quake, and Ohio floods/Taft gives speech/Einstein talks about the elements of uranium, and theory of reletivity/Chaplin movie scene-eating sole of shoe, dances with woman and dog/Flappers smoke, read the paper, dance, drink liquer/Men uload alcohol off of ship, smuggle it/model T's, money, stock market activity, Babe Ruth hits home run, crowd cheers, old automotive factory assembles model T, lines for unemployment during depression/JFK gives speech/Martin Luther King Jr. speaks, marches-"I have a dream" speech/Woodstock, hippies protest Vietnam, dragged away by police
Sir Duke, in the West alone Stevie Wonder opposes a full joy
Radio France: filmed programmes
MARTIN LUTHER KING - vietnam speech cutaways
CUTAWAYS OF AUDIENCE. DR MARTIN LUTHER KING SPEAKS ABOUT HIS VIEWS ON THE VIETNAM WAR. HE DISCUSSES THE NEED FOR REVOLUTIONARY CHANGE IN US VALUE SYSTEM. NEGROS' PICKET OUTSIDE CARRYING SIGN AGAINST KING'S STAND. SHOTS OF INT OF RIVERSIDE CHURCH IN NEW YORK CITY CROWDED WITH PEOPLE LISTENING TO KING. CROWD SHOTS. CI: PERSONALITIES: KING, MARTIN LUTHER.
HOUSE FLOOR / ROBERT DORNAN REMARKS ON CLINTON SPEECH (1995)
REP. ROBERT DORNAN, R-CA HAD HIS WORDS STRICKEN FROM THE CONGRESSIONAL RECORD, AND WAS "SILENCED" (Prohibited from speaking on the House floor) FOR 24 HOURS FOR REMARKS MADE DURING HOUSE ONE-MINUTE SPEECHES THIS MORNING. DORNAN WAS CRITICAL OF PRESIDENT CLINTON.
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UNIVERSAL NEWSREEL
NEWS; 1967
00:00:53:00,VIETNAM, Aircraft carrier, Bombs falling on Vietnam, Fighter plane shoots rockets on Vietnam, Martin Luther King gives "Stop the Bombing" speech, Anti-war demonstrators chant, clash with cops, kids give "V" sign, Lyndon B. Johnson meets with Russian Premier Kosygin in New Jersey,QUEEN ELIZABETH AT EXPO 67, Queen Elizabeth rides tram, Charles Degaulle at Expo, Hand in crowd holds newspaper, "QUEBEC LIBRE",APOLLO LAUNCH AND ASTRONAUTS DEATH, Rocket on launch pad. Saturn rocket, Apollo launch, Stage separates, remote view and view from rocket, Chaffey, White and Grissom pose in space suits, Funeral for astronauts, White, Chaffey and Grissom, Soviet funeral for cosmonaut,RED CHINA, Mao Tse Tung waves at rally, Chinese students rally, Riots in Hong Kong streets,ISRAELI SIX DAY WAR, Nasser gives speech. Crowds chant, Tanks on road, Moishe Dayan meets with generals, Israeli flag flies, Jet soars by, Jets shot down, view from plane, Battle footage of Six Day War, Wrecked trucks in desert. Tanks roll on road, Yitzak Rabin as general in field, Arab prisoners, Soldiers meet people at Wailing Wall, Shadow of tank rolling by, United Nations council meeting on Six Day War aftermath,LONG HOT SUMMER IN UNITED STATES (RIOTS), Riots in American cities. Newark, Detroit burns, National Guard rolls, fights in streets of Newark, Fires and riots in Detroit. Running with television sets, Lyndon B. Johnson speaks out against riots, Burned out buildings after riots,RED CELEBRATION, Soviet celebration for 50th anniversary of Revolution, Fireworks,WILSON FINANCIAL CRISIS, Prime Minister Wilson at 10 Downing Street, London, Pound devalued story, Lyndon B. Johnson speaks on economy,HIPPIES AT LARGE, Hippies dance in big city park, Trippy light show in go-go club, Hippies dance wildly at club,JOHNSON WITH GRANDCHILD, Lyndon B. Johnson with new grandchild, Patrick, Lynda Byrd marries Charles Robb, White House wedding, Johnson's daughter
DR MARTIN LUTHER KING / VIETNAM DEMONSTRATIONS
OC 600 FT SOF MAG ROLL B CONTINUATION OF DOCTOR MARTIN LUTHER KING (MLK) SPEECH ON VIETNAM TO CONGREGATION AT EBENEZER BAPTIST CHURCH. CONGREGATION SINGS. CUTS OF CONGREGATION, CHOIR, ORGANIST, MLK SPEECH.
Bobby Kennedy: assassination of the world’s most publicized man
Radio France: filmed programmes
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NOBEL PEACE PRIZE 1964: MARTIN LUTHER KING, MISC. RFK
Docu No. 141 - Tomi Ungerer crunches New York
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