MONTGOMERY BUS BOYCOTT
B/W w/ Sound MONTGOMERY BUS BOYCOTT 1955-1956 Civil Rights activist Rosa Parks is interviewed regarding boycott by Black people of city buses that resulted from her refusal to relinquish her seat to a white woman on a bus, Montgomery, Alabama. Rosa Parks about segregation, civil rights, integration and the prospects of achievement. VS of black people's bus boycott. B/W Silent MONTGOMERY BUS BOYCOTT 1955-1956 Montgomery, Alabama -- Black men walk to work in rain during bus boycott. -- Black women walk in rain, during bus boycott. -- Empty bus drives through streets during bus boycott.; Group of young Black people walk in rain with umbrellas
News Clip: Rosa Parks Plaza
B-roll footage from the NBC 5 television station in Fort Worth, Texas, to accompany a news story about Rosa Parks Plaza. This story aired at 4 P.M.
CLINTON/ROSA PARKS
ROSA PARKS GETS MARTIN LUTHER KING MEDAL
US MA Rosa Parks House (CR)
Rosa Parks House to be Shown After Odyssey
Various Subjects
ROSA PARKS
Scene following train attack by Mexican Bandits led by revolutionary Luis De la Rosa, near Olmito, Texas.
Smoke rising from burning timbers on a collapsed wooden railroad trestle bridge near Olmito Texas on the U.S.- Mexican border. (This is during a period of Mexican bandit attacks leading up to those by Pancho Villa and the subsequent Mexican Expedition AKA the "Punitive Expedition, U.S. Army.") The rails on the trestle bridge remain intact but are severely bent and twisted by the heat of the fire. They continue, with fragments of railroad ties, still attached, to extend across the span of the bridge, over a deep river bed. The next scene shows the aftermath with several men standing near a train with about six derailed cars. They wave when the camera focuses on them. In the background, next to two passenger cars, still upright, a man and two women are looking at the wreck. The men in the foreground are retrieving items from the train's mail and cargo cars, and have some piled up nearby. On man is writing notes. Closeup of what appears to be a policeman, in a cap, as he walks past men retrieving items from a partly overturned rail car. Camera focuses on wheels ripped from the bottom of the car. The officer in the cap, and a man in shirt and tie, who appears to be a business executive, converse briefly and the businessman leaves the scene. Next, are shown numerous articles, retrieved from the train wreck. They are laid out on a field near a train station and other buildings. Two box cars are parked on a track nearby. Two men are sorting through the articles on the ground. A small boy watches as a man briefly sprays water on some of the items laid out in the field. A train station is seen in the background along with numerous low buildings. Camera jumps to closeup of a steel door on the train station building. It shows three holes in the door, two of which seem to contain remnants of bullets or larger size ordnance, presumably fired by Mexican bandits trying to break into the high value storage room at the station. The bandits also burned a bridge at Tandy's Station to thwart responders. Location: Olmito Texas USA. Date: October 17, 1915.
ROCK MUSIC
OUTKAST - ROSA PARKS
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."
Where does anti-racism come from
Radio France: filmed programmes
EBC-133 Beta SP
TALKING WITH THOREAU
ROSA PARKS GETS MARTIN LUTHER KING MEDAL
Funeral of Rosa Parks
Mourners gathered to pay their respects and celebrate the life of Rosa Parks, the "mother of the civil rights movement," at her funeral in Detroit, Michigan.
MONTGOMERY BUS BOYCOTT
Poor housing in Montgomery, Alabama and downtown, bus comes into frame Rosa Parks in Police custody. Close up and signs document. People on streets of Montgomery Bus exterior and interior door opens People walking and riding in cars not riding buses. Municipal bus yard and on street buses lined up, ride mostly empty followed by police car African Americans walk, car pool a mass movement goes through neighborhood Ku Klux Klan rally burning cross, hooded men slums dilapidated housing.
News Clip: Rosa Parks Plaza
B-roll footage from the NBC 5 television station in Fort Worth, Texas, to accompany a news story about Rosa Parks Plaza. This story aired at 5 P.M.
Various Subjects
ROSA PARKS
ROSA PARKS IN ALBUQUERQUE
ROSA PARKS WAS IN NEW MEXICO TODAY SIGNING AUTOGRAPHS. SHE COMMENTS ON CURRENT STATE OF RACE RELATIONS.
PA-3497 Beta SP; PA-0506 Digibeta
For the Living
SJT - BLACK LEGENDS
A2 / France 2
US MA Rosa Parks House (NR)
Rosa Parks House to be Shown After Odyssey