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All Power to The People!
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directed by Lee Lew-Lee, 1953-; produced by Kristin Bell, fl. 1996, Nico Panigutti, fl. 1988-1996 and Lee Lew-Lee, 1953-, Electronic News Group and ZDF Television (New York, NY: Filmakers Library, 2000), 1 hour 56 mins

Opening with a montage of four hundred years of race injustice in America, this powerful documentary provides the historical context for the establishment of the 60's civil rights movement. Rare clips of Martin Luther King, Malcolm X, Fred Hampton, and other activists transport one back to those tumultuous times....

directed by Lee Lew-Lee, 1953-; produced by Kristin Bell, fl. 1996, Nico Panigutti, fl. 1988-1996 and Lee Lew-Lee, 1953-, Electronic News Group and ZDF Television (New York, NY: Filmakers Library, 2000), 1 hour 56 mins
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At the River I Stand
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directed by Steven Ross, fl. 1981-2017, Allison Graham, fl. 1993 and David Appleby, fl. 1985-2012 (San Francisco, CA: California Newsreel, 1993), 58 mins
Memphis, Spring 1968 marked the dramatic climax of the Civil Rights movement. At the River I Stand skillfully reconstructs the two eventful months that transformed a strike by Memphis sanitation worker into a national conflagration, and disentangles the complex historical forces that came together with the inevita...
directed by Steven Ross, fl. 1981-2017, Allison Graham, fl. 1993 and David Appleby, fl. 1985-2012 (San Francisco, CA: California Newsreel, 1993), 58 mins
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Brother Outsider: The Life Of Bayard Rustin
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directed by Nancy Kates, fl. 1995 and Bennett Singer; produced by Bennett Singer and Nancy Kates, fl. 1995, Question Why Films (San Francisco, CA: California Newsreel, 2002), 1 hour 25 mins
On November 20, 2013, Bayard Rustin was posthumously awarded the prestigious Presidential Medal of Freedom by President Barack Obama. Who was this man? He was there at most of the important events of the Civil Rights Movement - but always in the background. Brother Outsider: The Life of Bayard Rustin asks "Why?" I...
directed by Nancy Kates, fl. 1995 and Bennett Singer; produced by Bennett Singer and Nancy Kates, fl. 1995, Question Why Films (San Francisco, CA: California Newsreel, 2002), 1 hour 25 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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Tony Brown's Journal, Did Carlos Kill Martin Luther King Jr., Part 2
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directed by Bob Morris, fl. 1972-2000; produced by Sheryl J. Cannady, fl. 1985-2012, James Cannady, fl. 1984-2001 and Tony Brown, 1933-; interview by Tony Brown, 1933-, in Tony Brown's Journal (New York, NY: Tony Brown Productions, 1997), 25 mins
The legacy of civil rights activist Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. is indelibly etched in the fabric of American history. Part I & II. Was the mysterious “Carlos” the assassin of Martin Luther King, Jr?
directed by Bob Morris, fl. 1972-2000; produced by Sheryl J. Cannady, fl. 1985-2012, James Cannady, fl. 1984-2001 and Tony Brown, 1933-; interview by Tony Brown, 1933-, in Tony Brown's Journal (New York, NY: Tony Brown Productions, 1997), 25 mins
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The FBI's War On Black America
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directed by Denis Mueller, fl. 1989-2016 and Deb Ellis, fl. 1989-2016; composed by Willie James Abner, fl. 1989; produced by Deb Ellis, fl. 1989-2016 and Denis Mueller, fl. 1989-2016 (United States: Moving Train Productions, 1989), 50 mins
This documentary directed by Denis Mueller and Deb Ellis is about the FBI's counterintelligence program COINTELPRO against Black political figures and organizations during the civil rights movement of the late 1960s and early 1970s. It uses interviews with participants and film clips from the period.
directed by Denis Mueller, fl. 1989-2016 and Deb Ellis, fl. 1989-2016; composed by Willie James Abner, fl. 1989; produced by Deb Ellis, fl. 1989-2016 and Denis Mueller, fl. 1989-2016 (United States: Moving Train Productions, 1989), 50 mins
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Great Speeches Video Series, Volume 6, Martin Luther King, Jr.:
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produced by Educational Video Group, in Great Speeches Video Series, Volume 6 (Greenwood, IN: Educational Video Group, 1968), 19 mins
This video features Martin Luther King Jr.'s 'Mountaintop' speech from 1968.
produced by Educational Video Group, in Great Speeches Video Series, Volume 6 (Greenwood, IN: Educational Video Group, 1968), 19 mins
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Tony Brown's Journal, A King Holiday
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directed by Michael Colgan, 1941-1983; produced by Tony Brown, 1933-; interview by Tony Brown, 1933-, in Tony Brown's Journal (New York, NY: Tony Brown Productions, 1982), 26 mins
In this edition of Tony Brown's Journal, Tony Brown, Jay Parker, and David Scott discuss the advisability of a national holiday honoring Martin Luther King, Jr.
directed by Michael Colgan, 1941-1983; produced by Tony Brown, 1933-; interview by Tony Brown, 1933-, in Tony Brown's Journal (New York, NY: Tony Brown Productions, 1982), 26 mins
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Malcolm X: Exceprt from Interview with Louis Lomax
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produced by Educational Video Group; interview by Louis Lomax, 1922-1970 (Greenwood, IN: Educational Video Group, 1964), 13 mins
This 1963 interview with activist Malcolm X was conducted by Louis Lomax, the first African-American television journalist.
produced by Educational Video Group; interview by Louis Lomax, 1922-1970 (Greenwood, IN: Educational Video Group, 1964), 13 mins
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Tony Brown's Journal, Martin Luther King Jr.: Has the Truth Been Told?
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directed by Michael Colgan, 1941-1983; produced by Tony Brown, 1933- and James Edmondson, fl. 1972; interview by Tony Brown, 1933-, in Tony Brown's Journal (New York, NY: Tony Brown Productions, 1981), 22 mins
This 1981 episode of Tony Brown's Journal is a discussion of the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr.
directed by Michael Colgan, 1941-1983; produced by Tony Brown, 1933- and James Edmondson, fl. 1972; interview by Tony Brown, 1933-, in Tony Brown's Journal (New York, NY: Tony Brown Productions, 1981), 22 mins
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