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Educational Films
by Alex Haley; Wolper Productions
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Roots: 12 -- Freedom, Part 2, Reel 1 Reel 2 available here The long awaited return of Chicken George after the Civil War, bringing news of a promised land and freedom, overwhelms his family. After a lifetime of slavery, this family finds freedom in Tennessee. Summary Relates how Chicken George and his family concoct a plan./i leave slavery forever and fulfill Kunta Kinte's abiding dream of freedom.
Topics: Educational Film: Series: Roots, Series: Roots (1977), Television broadcasting, Peru - History,...
Heather Williams discusses her book ``Help Me to Find My People: The African American Search for Family Lost in Slavery.''
Topics: virginia, charleston, north carolina, alabama, south carolina, chaplin, thomas chaplin, georgia,...
Source: Comcast Cable
Al Jazeera America
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Human-rights lawyer Bryan Stevenson is the guest. Topics include slavery and terrorism, plus discrimination in the criminal justice system.
Topics: american, supreme court, bryan stevenson, isis, mr. stevenson, germany, chicago, cleveland, united...
Source: Comcast Cable
Community Video
movies
eye 25,444
favorite 3
comment 0
news
Topic: news
Educational Films
by CBS News; Film Associates
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eye 1,120
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The Heritage of Slavery Search Educational Film Journals at Media History Project for references to this film Illustrates the nature of slavery and discusses slavery's persistent effects on both blacks and whites even today. Examines the patterns of thought learned in the pre - Civil War South and emphasizes that oppression breeds rebellion, pointing out that there were at least 250 slave revolts in America. Features interviews with black activists and descendants of plantation owners.
Topics: Slavery, African Americans, African Americans, Slavery
Community Video
movies
eye 3,152
favorite 4
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why slavery ended
Topic: why slavery ended
Educational Films
by Howard, Brice, production; Rabin, Arthur W., production; Minnix, Bruce, direction; Davis, Ossie, writing, cast; Dee, Ruby, cast; Voices Incorporated (Musical group), music; National Educational Television and Radio Center; Peabody Collection. African-American History and Culture Programs; Peabody Collection. Women's History and Culture Programs
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Slavery Uses a combination of high and low magnification, phase contrast, dark field, bright field, normal speed and time-lapse cinephotomicrography to show the life cycle of one Myxomycete, and uses animation to point out details such as mitosis. Stresses the uniqueness of Myzomycetes and indicates similarities and differences in the life cycle of different species.
Topics: Slavery, African Americans, Slaves' writings, American, African Americans, Slavery, Slaves'...
Historical Slavery Collection
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A collection of pictures, recordings and textual narratives of slaves.
Topics: Slavery, Slaves, American slaves, African-American, American Slavery
blip.tv
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In this episode, The Conservative Era: From Reagan to the Age of Obama. The late 1970s and 1980s brought about a shift in American attitudes towards race and civil rights. In this episode we will see how the neoconservative movement was able to simultaneously embrace the ideals of the old civil rights movement and leaders such as Martin Luther King, while at the same time undermining the systemic changes that the civil rights movement fought for.
Topics: searchonly, black studies, africana studies, african american studies, racism, carl dix, cornel...
CSPAN2
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Aram Goudsouzian discusses his book ``Down to the Crossroads: Civil Rights, Black Power and the Meredith March Against Fear.''
Topics: sncc, mississippi, stokely carmichael, james meredith, martin luther king, jackson, memphis,...
Source: Comcast Cable
CSPAN3
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Jim Baggett looks at items related to the history of race and civil rights in Alabama.
Topics: birmingham, alabama, sampson, batista, barker, sanborn, martin luther, dr. king, emily, mr. hall,...
Source: Comcast Cable
KQED (PBS)
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Incarceration Nation; News/Business. (2013) Civil rights lawyer and legal scholar Michelle Alexander. (CC) (Stereo)
Topics: michelle alexander, susan burton, california, burton, clinton, los angeles, polly guth, dominique,...
Source: Comcast Cable
Al Jazeera America
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Civil rights leader Julian Bond talks Selma; current state of race relations.
Topics: julian bond, selma, civil rights movement, johnson, obama, atlanta, ku klux klan, jazeera america,...
Source: Comcast Cable
Robert Newman Film Collection
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Keywords: 1964, Civil rights, race relations, Protestants, Baptists, UCC, Police, voting, housing, Deep South, Savannah, Georgia
Topic: Robert Newman Film Collection
Community Video
by WTCI Public Television
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The amazing story of Howard High student 'sit-ins' during the civil rights movement
Topics: Chattanooga, Tennessee, civil rights, hyperaudio
President Obama speaks to reporters following a meeting with police, political leaders, and civil rights activists
Topic: loretta lynch
Source: Comcast Cable
KQEH (PBS) (KQED Plus)
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eye 99
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News/Business. Diane Nash. (2011) Civil rights activist Diane Nash. New. (CC) (Stereo)
Topics: nashville, chicago, diane nash, washington, tavis smiley, pbs, indians, diane, jackson, tennessee,...
Source: Comcast Cable
Patricia Heaton; Quincy Jones; Civil Rights activist DeRay Mckesson. Also: Grace performs.
Topics: bernie sanders, chicago, wisconsin, siri, sanders, malibu, washington, mexico, stephen colbert,...
Source: Antenna
Al Jazeera America
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Dick Gregory, civil rights icon, discusses the comparison of Ferguson to the civil rights movement; comedy as a means of dialogue.
Topics: dick gregory, john brown, washington, ferguson, new york, missouri, frederick douglas, al jazeera...
Source: Comcast Cable
CSPAN
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Hip hop artists talk about why they started rapping at a young ag
Topics: donald trump, india, chicago, debbie wasserman schultz, florida
Source: Comcast Cable
Sojourner Kincaid Rolle Papers
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Note : Program begins at 00:00:35, after color bars. Series Title : Outrageous Women Description : Gaye Johnson talks about education financing, injustice towards women and people of color. Activist Macky Flacks with the A.C.L.U (American Civil Liberties Union) talks about her work with civil rights issues. Source : 1 Tape of 1: 3/4 inch videotape Collection : Sojourner Kincaid Rolle Papers Call Number : V/1554 Rights : The artist of any work retains all rights to that work. Copyright has not...
Topics: californialightandsound, Santa Barbara (Calif.)
Yolanda King, eldest child of civil rights legend Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., is dead. She was 51.eldest child of civil rights legend Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., is dead. She was 51. Yolanda Denise King, the oldest daughter of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King, passed away Tuesday night in Santa Monica, CA. She was 51 years old.ATLANTA (AP) - Yolanda King, eldest child of civil rights legend Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., is dead. She was 51. King, who pursued her father's...
Legendary comedian and civil rights activist, Dick Gregory's social satire changed the way white America perceived African-American comedians. His autobiography, Nigger, has sold over seven million copies. Gregory's activism during the civil rights movement paired him with such luminaries as Martin Luther King Jr. and Medgar Evers. He devoted much of his time to nonviolent protest with the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), and was jailed many times for his dedication to the...
Community Video
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The person or persons who have associated work with this document (the "Dedicator" or "Certifier") hereby either (a) certifies that the work of authorship identified is in the public domain of the country from which the work is published, or (b) hereby dedicates whatever copyright the dedicators holds in the work of authorship identified below (the "Work") to the public domain. A certifier, moreover, dedicates any copyright interest he may have in the associated...
Topic: civil rights
CSPAN3
movies
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Former President Lyndon Johnson delivers a lecture at a 1972 Civil Rights symposium.
Topics: brown, washington, burke marshall, julian bond, clarence mitchell, mcclelland, warren
Source: Comcast Cable
CSPAN
movies
eye 37
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The FBI re-opens over 100 unsolved civil rights murder cases that happened during the 1950s and 1960s.
Topics: frank morris, fbi, louisiana, frank delauter, morris, birmingham
Source: Comcast Cable
Megan Ming Francis talks about her book ``Civil Rights and the Making of the Modern American State.''
Topics: naacp, arkansas, dempsey, woodrow wilson, wilson, brown, norman mailer, new york, gideon, johnson,...
Source: Comcast Cable
CSPAN3
movies
eye 222
favorite 1
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Cindy Gardner discusses items from Mississippi's civil rights movement.
Topics: mississippi, jackson
Source: Comcast Cable
Denver Open Media
by Vernon Martin and Craig Hall
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favorite 4
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Civil rights movement moved north, specifically to Chicago to racially segregated communities and the participation of Martin Luther King Jr with his strategy of civil disobedience (non-violence) to expose subtle racism in the north for the wickedness it was. Vernon Martin, author of "Master the Culture" adds that we have seen what hate can do, now let's see what love can do. More information about this show available at: Denver Open Media
Topic: Community
FedFlix
by National Archives and Records Administration
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favorite 25
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National Archives and Records Administration CIVIL RIGHTS: SELMA TO MONTGOMERY U.S. Information Agency. (1982 - 10/01/1999) [Silent] ARC Identifier 53422 / Local Identifier 306.7449. Made possible by a donation from John and Paige Curran.
Topics: archives.gov, public.resource.org
County Cable Montgomery
by County Cable Montgomery
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favorite 1
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Deborah Milo talks about civil rights history with historian and educator Tina Clarke, and former Takoma Park Council member and Vernon Ricks. Both are members of the NAACP Executive Committee.
Topics: Maryland, Montgomery County, Montgomery County, CCM, Government Access TV, Community Media, PEG,...
Educational Films
by National Broadcasting Company; Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corporation
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eye 1,262
favorite 13
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Civil Rights Movement: The South (1963) A documentary focusing on Daniel Ludwig, an American billionaire who is attempting to transform 3 million acres of Amazon rain forest into a profitable lumber industry.
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Topics: African Americans, Civil rights
The Open Mind
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eye 578
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Guest: Hooks, Benjamin Theme: Civil Rights
Topics: Benjamin Hooks, Civil Rights
Chicago Access Network Television
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eye 42
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Mental health activists and patients charge "has abandoned mental health service consumers in need of care."  The event was organized by Southside Together Organizing For Power and the video was recorded by Chicago Access Network Television (CAN TV).
Topics: Southside Together Organizing For Power, healthcare
Chicago Access Network Television
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Mental Health Movement advocates demand mayoral candidates make mental health an election issue. This program was recorded by Chicago Access Network Television (CAN TV).
Topics: Mayoral election, social services
Prince George's Community Television
by CTV
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Jan Desper Peters of the Black Mental Health Alliance talks about the importance of mental health intervention in the workplace, following the killings of two journalists from Virginia, who were fatally shot during a live report.
Topics: Maryland, Largo, Prince George's Community Television, CTV, Public Access TV, Community Media, PEG,...
MSNBC West
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eye 36
favorite 1
comment 0
Topics: mexico, peterson, china, goodell, iraq, syria, isis, spiriva, adrian peterson, pg&e, brad,...
Source: Comcast Cable
CSPAN
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eye 15
favorite 1
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Road to the White House
Topics: florida, baltimore, charleston, barbara jordan, washington, walter scott, martin o'malley
Source: Comcast Cable
The latest news from around the world with host Poppy Harlow.
Topics: donald trump, cuba, syria, mr. trump, chantix, iowa, ben carson, obama, lebanon, lou, john mccain,...
Source: Comcast Cable
Fox News West
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favorite 1
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A news show featuring the top headlines of the day from pop culture to politics, which are discussed by a rotating panel of four women and one man.
Topics: dallas, donald trump, fbi, giuliani, chicago, clinton, michael flynn, europe, obama, christie,...
Source: Comcast Cable
CSPAN
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favorite 1
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Steve Perry, founder and principal of a magnet prep school in Hartford, Conn., examines the power of social workers to effect change and improve lives in minority and impoverished communities.
Topics: atlanta, pennsylvania, c-span
Source: Comcast Cable
MSNBC West
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eye 97
favorite 1
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Live news coverage, breaking news and current news events with host Craig Melvin.
Topics: ukraine, crimea, russia, craig, msnbc, beijing, campbell, malaysia, thailand, washington, scotts,...
Source: Comcast Cable
WRC (NBC)
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favorite 1
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Local news, sports and weather.
Topics: washington, donald trump, maryland, west virginia, bernie sanders, nebraska, tsa, san francisco,...
Source: Verizon FiOS
SFGTV: San Francisco Government Television
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favorite 1
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Topics: san francisco, laura, farrell, chiu, kim, avalos, campos, yee, cohen, chiu aye, wiener, cole...
Source: Comcast Cable
CSPAN
movies
eye 81
favorite 1
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Key Capitol Hill Hearings.
Topics: california, baltimore, arizona, cummings, ptsd, clinton, aca, diabetes, mexico, daniel martinez,...
Source: Comcast Cable
WRC (NBC)
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eye 57
favorite 1
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The best stories of the week from NBC Washington.
Topics: marcin, washington, aaron gilchrist, arlington, d.c., heather
Source: Verizon FiOS
MSNBC West
movies
eye 88
favorite 1
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Political, cultural and community issues are discussed and analyzed by the political scientist and her guests.
Topics: new orleans, katrina, louisiana, katrina, melissa, bush, terry, melissa, msnbc, otezla, at&t,...
Source: Comcast Cable
KQED (PBS)
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eye 52
favorite 1
comment 0
Topics: baltimore, china, nepal, atwell, freddie gray, lester spence, laurie robinson, michele roberts,...
Source: Comcast Cable
MSNBC West
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favorite 1
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Forces driving the day's stories.
Topics: lindsey graham, iraq, new york, premarin vaginal cream, bernie sanders, russia, clinton, europe,...
Source: Comcast Cable
SFGTV: San Francisco Government Television
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eye 9
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Topics: cohen, san francisco, stephanie
Source: Comcast Cable
SFGTV: San Francisco Government Television
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Topics: san francisco, california, farrell
Source: Comcast Cable
Duke University Medical Center psychiatrist Damon Tweedy discusses his book "Black Man in a White Coat", in which he looks at race and medicine
Topics: north carolina, dr. wilson, georges, jim, eleanor roosevelt, atlanta, maryland, baltimore, damon
Source: Comcast Cable
KQED (PBS)
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favorite 1
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Covering national and international issues, originating from Washington, D.C.
Topics: europe, hungary, seattle, egypt, syria, germany, turkey, brown, lebanon, bodrum, pbs newshour,...
Source: Comcast Cable
Al Jazeera America
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News/Business. Wajahat Ali. (2013) (CC) (Stereo)
Topics: jazeera america, daryle
Source: Comcast Cable
TED Talks
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The barbershop can be a safe haven for black men, a place for honest conversation and trust — and, as physician Joseph Ravenell suggests, a good place to bring up tough topics about health. He's turning the barbershop into a place to talk about medical problems that statistically affect black men more often and more seriously, like high blood pressure. It's a new approach to problem solving with broad applications. "What is your barbershop?" he asks. "Where is that place for...
Topics: Tedtalks, TED, Talks, activism, community, health, health care, heart health, medical research,...
TED Talks
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Social justice advocate and law scholar Dorothy Roberts has a precise and powerful message: Race-based medicine is bad medicine. Even today, many doctors still use race as a medical shortcut; they make important decisions about things like pain tolerance based on a patient's skin color instead of medical observation and measurement. In this searing talk, Roberts lays out the lingering traces of race-based medicine — and invites us to be a part of ending it. "It is more urgent than ever...
Topics: Tedtalks, TED, Talks, Slavery, activism, big problems, disease, health, health care, illness,...
TED Talks
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Childhood trauma isn’t something you just get over as you grow up. Pediatrician Nadine Burke Harris explains that the repeated stress of abuse, neglect and parents struggling with mental health or substance abuse issues has real, tangible effects on the development of the brain. This unfolds across a lifetime, to the point where those who’ve experienced high levels of trauma are at triple the risk for heart disease and lung cancer. An impassioned plea for pediatric medicine to confront the...
Topics: Tedtalks, TED, Talks, brain, children, health, health care, TEDMED 2014, 2014
Prelinger Archives
by Professional Arts, Inc. (San Mateo, Calif.)
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New York City subway passes through city. VS slum children, slum neighborhoods, urban inner-city street scenes. VS Bronx, New York City, vicinity of Montefiore Hospital. VS junk in Bronx; rural slums; San Francisco, California street scenes. Construction workers eating. VS of health-care workers, mostly African American VS showing corrida being sung by Mexican Americans.
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Prelinger Archives
by U.S. Office of War Information, Bureau of Motion Pictures
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Education and training of African Americans as part of the World War II effort.
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Topics: World War II: African Americans, Colleges and universities, African Americans
Prelinger Archives
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Statue of Liberty (New York harbor) with helicopter in background African American family members dressed for a formal occasion descend front steps of brick house Various family members look at camera, pose and wave as they pass by VS Belle Isle Conservatory VS snowy river looking over to Windsor, Ontario, Canada Boating scenes (near Ambassador Bridge?) Large passenger boat passes under Ambassador Bridge
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Prelinger Archives
by Pathe News (?)
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How the New Deal benefits African Americans.
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Topics: New Deal: WPA, African Americans
Prelinger Archives
by Coronet Instructional Films
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Eurocentric view of the plantation system and its effect on Southern U.S. culture.
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Topics: Race relations, Ethnography: U.S.: South, African Americans
Prelinger Archives
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0:12:13 Delta Rhythm Boys in "Take the 'A' Train" (1941). 0:14:46 Fats Waller in "Your Feet's Too Big (1941). 0:17:45 Count Basie Orchestra in "Take Me Back, Baby" (with vocal by Jimmy Rushing) (1941). 0:20:19 "Preacher and the Bear" featuring The Jubalaires (vocal quartet) 0:23:23 "Ring Those Bells" (Black children vocal quintet, unidentified; Possibly The Cabin Kids.) 0:24:22 The Ali Baba Trio in "Patience and Fortitude" (1946) (featuring...
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Prelinger Archives
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San Francisco County Jail, February 13, 1970
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Prelinger Archives
by University of California at Los Angeles, Extension Media Center
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Presents the experiences of a teenage African American, who relates his views of the System, war, revolution, the Watts community of Los Angeles, the Black Panther Party and the police. The importance of the discussion is the necessity of being one's own self. Director: Richard Wells. Editor: Andrew Stein. Photographer: Robert Grant. Sound: Wendell Handy. Assistant Camera: Clifford Stewart. Production Manager: Edward Kutner. Assistant Production Manager: Gene Kopp. Executive Producer: George...
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Topics: African Americans, Psychology, Los Angeles
Prelinger Archives
by University of California at Los Angeles, Extension Media Center
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Presents the experiences of a Black teenager, relating his views of the system, showing his relationship with the church, school, society, drugs and community self-help programs. Tells of war, revolution, Watts, the Black Panthers and the police. Concludes with the idea of being one's self.
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Prelinger Archives
by University of Oklahoma
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A University of Oklahoma Production. Produced for the Oklahoma State Department of Health in cooperation with the State of Oklahoma Department of Mental Health. Distributed by International Film Bureau. Director: Layton Mabrey. Scriptwriter: Dwight V. Swain. Coordinator: Jim Bragg. Photographer: Wayne Rock. G.F. Mathews, M.D., Commissioner, State Department of Health. Charles F. Obermann, M.D., Director, Department of Mental Health. Psychiatric Consultants: Charles A. Smith, M.D., A.A. Hellams,...
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Prelinger Archives
by Weissman, Norman
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VS Middle-age men wearing suits in roundtable discussion about public mental hospitals in 1960s with large yellow and blue bar graph on stand behind them with dates on X-axis beginning with 1946 and ending in 1960s. Participants in discussion include: Nathan S. Kline, M.D., Chairman Heinz Lehmann, M.D. V.J. Kinross-Wright, M.D. Henry Brill, M.D. Joel J. Elkes, M.D. Fritz A. Freyman, M.D. Douglas Goldman, M.D. [last participant blocked by timecode]
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Prelinger Archives
by Southern Educational Film Production Service
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Everyday aspects of mental health in an African American community in Gainesville, Georgia.
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Topics: African Americans, Children, Psychology