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America in the 20th Century, America in the 20th Century: The Civil Rights Movement
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produced by Bent Hannigan, in America in the 20th Century (Chesterton, IN: Media Rich Communications, 2010, originally published 2010), 1 hour 24 mins
This documentary features the Civil Rights Movement in America.
produced by Bent Hannigan, in America in the 20th Century (Chesterton, IN: Media Rich Communications, 2010, originally published 2010), 1 hour 24 mins
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Fannie Lou Hamer: Short clip telling story
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produced by Educational Video Group (Greenwood, IN: Educational Video Group, 1963), 1 min
This video is a clip of Fannie Lou Hamer discussing her life as a farmer on a plantation and her struggle to register to vote in Mississippi.
produced by Educational Video Group (Greenwood, IN: Educational Video Group, 1963), 1 min
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Universal Newsreels, Release 323, January 28, 1935
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in Universal Newsreels, Release 323 (Los Angeles, CA - Hollywood: Universal Pictures Company, 1935, originally published 1935), 8 mins
This newsreel, produced by Universal Pictures Company, is about floods and storms.
in Universal Newsreels, Release 323 (Los Angeles, CA - Hollywood: Universal Pictures Company, 1935, originally published 1935), 8 mins
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Vietnam: A Television History, Interview with David Harris, 1982
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produced by Richard Ellison, fl. 1985, in Vietnam: A Television History (Boston, MA: WGBH Boston, 1983), 42 mins
During the Vietnam War, David Harris was a noted draft resister and civil rights activist. He describes his transformation from “All-American boy” believing American leadership could do no wrong, to disillusioned adult. He recounts traveling to Mississippi to protest the use of violence against blacks fighting...
produced by Richard Ellison, fl. 1985, in Vietnam: A Television History (Boston, MA: WGBH Boston, 1983), 42 mins
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10 Days That Unexpectedly Changed America, 9, Freedom Summer
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directed by Marco Williams, 1956-; produced by Marco Williams, 1956-, in 10 Days That Unexpectedly Changed America, 9 (New York, NY: A&E Television Networks, 2006), 44 mins
On June 21, 1964, civil rights workers James Chaney, Andrew Goodman, and Michael Schwerner were murdered by members of the Ku Klux Klan in Mississippi. A watershed moment in the movement for equality between blacks and whites, the young men's disappearance riveted the nation. This program confronts the ugly realit...
directed by Marco Williams, 1956-; produced by Marco Williams, 1956-, in 10 Days That Unexpectedly Changed America, 9 (New York, NY: A&E Television Networks, 2006), 44 mins
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Universal Newsreels, Release 3, January 5, 1956
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in Universal Newsreels, Release 3 (Los Angeles, CA - Hollywood: Universal Pictures Company, 1956, originally published 1956), 7 mins
This newsreel, produced by Universal Pictures Company, is about college football.
in Universal Newsreels, Release 3 (Los Angeles, CA - Hollywood: Universal Pictures Company, 1956, originally published 1956), 7 mins
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Vision USA, Number 67, 1977
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in Vision USA (District of Columbia: United States Information Agency, 1977), 27 mins
This episode of Vision USA is about Dodge City, Kansas; Black history at Harvard; farming catfish; winter sports; and a community-based magazine in Georgia.
in Vision USA (District of Columbia: United States Information Agency, 1977), 27 mins
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Chronoscope, Sen. John C. Stennis (D-MS) (1952)
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interview by William Miller and William Bradford Huie, 1910-1983, in Chronoscope (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 1952), 14 mins
FEBRUARY 15, 1952 Participants: Senator John C. Stennis (D-MS) interviewed by William Miller and William Bradford Huie. Topics: Federal power restraints, opposition to statehood for Alaska and Hawaii, and economic development in Mississippi.
interview by William Miller and William Bradford Huie, 1910-1983, in Chronoscope (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 1952), 14 mins
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Civil Rights: Oh, Freedom!
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directed by Bill Buckley (Westport, CT: Rediscovery Productions, 1970), 27 mins
The inspiring story of the non-violent Civil Rights Movement, as it shared the struggle for Black equality, is narrated by Andrew Young. We witness the courage of African Americans like Rosa Parks, Medgar Evers, Martin Luther King, Jr., and Fannie Lou Hamer as they boldly confronted racist oppression.
directed by Bill Buckley (Westport, CT: Rediscovery Productions, 1970), 27 mins
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The Life of Fannie Lou Hamer: Never Turn Back
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directed by Bill Buckley; produced by Tracy Sugarman and Bill Buckley (Westport, CT: Rediscovery Productions, 2011, originally published 1983), 59 mins
We witness the moving story of a valiant heroine of the Civil Rights struggle in Mississippi. Her courage inspired the poor and voiceless to demand the vote and to finally achieve political power. Her triumph is measured by the Black men and women who now take their rightful seats in City Halls, State Legislatures...
directed by Bill Buckley; produced by Tracy Sugarman and Bill Buckley (Westport, CT: Rediscovery Productions, 2011, originally published 1983), 59 mins
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