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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.
Online
2002
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Angela Davis: Interview From Jail

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This video is an interview with Angela Davis about the Black Panther Party and violence during the fight for civil rights.
Online
1972
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Berkeley in the Sixties

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Six years in the making and with a cast of thousands, Berkeley in the Sixties recaptures the exhilaration and turmoil of the unprecedented student protests that shaped a generation and changed the course of America. Many consider it to be the best filmic treatment of the 1960s yet made. This Academy Award-nominated documentary interweaves the memories of 15 former student leaders, who grapple with the meaning of their actions. Their recollections are interwoven with footage culled from thousands of historical clips and hundreds of interviews. Ronald Reagan, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Mario Savio, Huey Newton, Allen Ginsburg, and the music of Jefferson Airplane, Jimi Hendrix, Joan Baez and the Grateful Dead all bring that tumultuous decade back to life. Its reflective and insightful [...]
Online
1990
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Bobby Seale: Interview From Jail

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This video presents an interview with Bobby Seale about civil rights activism and his life in jail.
Online
1973
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Bobby Seale: Speech on Black Panthers Movement

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This is a video of Bobby Seale giving a speech about the values of the Black Panther Party.
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1973
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Debate: Baldwin Vs Buckley

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This video presents a debate between African American author James Baldwin and American political theorist William F. Buckley on the theme 'Has the American dream been achieved at the expense of the American negro?'
Online
1965
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Jackie Robinson: Excerpts From Civil Rights Rally

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This video presents excerpts of Jackie Robinson's speech on civil rights.
Online
1963
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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.
Online
1962
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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.
Online
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.
Online
1967
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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