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21.

Malcolm X: "House Negroes and Field Negroes" Speech Excerpt

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This video is an excerpt from Malcom X's 1963 speech on house Negroes and field Negroes.
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1963
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Malcolm X: "Who Taught You to Hate?" Speech Excerpt

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This video is excerpts from Malcolm X's 'Who Taught You To Hate?' speech from 1962.
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1962
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Malcolm X: Exceprt From Interview With Louis Lomax

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This 1963 interview with activist Malcolm X was conducted by Louis Lomax, the first African-American television journalist.
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1964
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Malcolm X: Speech Excerpt "Ballot or the Bullet"

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This video presents excerpts from Malcolm X's 'Ballot or the Bullet' speech.
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1964
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Malcolm X: Speech Excerpt From Los Angeles

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This video presents excerpts from a Malcolm X speech on civil rights.
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1962
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Philip Randolph: Introducing Martin Luther King at Lincoln Memorial (Incomplete)

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This video is an excerpt of Philip Randolph's speech as he introduces Martin Luther King, Jr. at the Lincoln Memorial.
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1963
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Daughters of the Dust [electronic resource]

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Story of a large African-American family as they prepare to move North from the Sea Islands off the coast of Georgia at the dawn of the 20th century.
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1991
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Black Theater [electronic resource]: The Making of a Movement

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Black Theatre: The Making of a Movement documents the birth of a new theatre out of the Civil Rights activism of the 1950s, '60s and '70s. It is a veritable video encyclopedia of the leading figures, institutions and events of a movement that transformed the American stage. Amiri Baraka, Ossie Davis, James Earl Jones and Ntozake Shange describe their aspirations for a theatre serving the Black community. Excerpts of A Raisin in the Sun, Black Girl, Dutchman and For Colored Girls ... reveal how these actors and playwrights laid the basis for the Black theater of the present.
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1978
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Black American Gothic [electronic resource]: Planting Urban Roots in Iowa

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Independent filmmaker Carla Wilson documents the exodus of black people from the inner-city, tracking folks from Chicago as they migrate west to small-town Iowa City, where they struggle to establish roots. Echoing the early 20th-century Great Migration of blacks from southern states to the Northeast and Midwest, this new migration is also about family-friendly housing, jobs, and the search for a better life. Iowa City is a self-identified peaceful community now facing new challenges: supposedly safe havens from urban life are increasingly attractive to the urban underclass, and as a consequence, these communities are compelled to redefine themselves in terms of race, class, and the urban/rural divide. Moving between narrated experience and social scientific data, local and the natio [...]
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2013
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From Swastika to Jim Crow [electronic resource]

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This documentary, directed by Joel Sucher and Steven Fischler, is about refugee German scholars who taught in the historically black colleges in the South after they immigrated.
Online
2000
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Roy Wilkins: Excerpts on Civil Rights

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This video provides excerpts of Roy Wilkins speaking about different civil rights issues.
Online
2014
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Shirley Chisholm: Lecture

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This video is a film of Shirley Chisholm giving a speech on equal rights and civil rights for African American women.
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1983
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Stokley Carmichael: "We Ain't Goin'"

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This video is a film of Stokley Carmichael giving a speech on civil rights.
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1967
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Ralph Ellison: An American Journey

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"First documentary on one of the most gifted and intellectually provocative authors of modern American literature ... presents the first scenes ever filmed from Ellison's landmark novel, Invisible man"--Container.
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2002
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Revolution '67 [electronic resource]

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"Revolution '67 focuses on the explosive urban rebellion in Newark, New Jersey, in July 1967, to reveal the long-standing racial, economic, and political forces which generated inner city poverty and perpetuate it today. Newark residents, police, officials, and urban commentators, including writer/activist Amiri Baraka, journalist Bob Herbert, prominent historians, and '60s activist Tom Hayden, recount the vivid, day-to-day details of the uprising."--Distributor's abstract.
Online
2007
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Nat Turner: A Troublesome Property

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Nat Turner's slave rebellion is a watershed event in America's long and troubled history of slavery and racial conflict. This program deftly weaves academic commentary with dramatizations to examine that violent confrontation and the multiple, conflicting ways its story has been told. The earliest source of Turner imagery, The Confessions of Nat Turner, was based on jail cell interviews by a white lawyer and was the first to raise the question that continued to be asked for the next two centuries: Was Nat Turner a brilliant religious leader or a deluded fanatic leading slaves to their doom? With Henry Louis Gates Jr., Vincent Harding, Alvin Poussaint, Ossie Davis, and others. Some content may be objectionable. (60 minutes) A streaming videorecording.
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2002