1960S MONTAGE - THE FIGHT FOR CIVIL RIGHTS A montage of images highlight the turbulence and massive social changes of the 1960s as U.S. citizens began to fight for civil rights and justice including scenes from 1960s ghettos, police beating black and white citizens during demonstrations and robed Ku Klux Klan members and Martin Luther King Jr. and fellow activists marching for opposing causes.
Date: 1960s - COLOR Source: Video: 3/4" Length: 00:00:19:00, No Audio
1968 MEXICO CITY OLYMPICS BLACK POWER SALUTE Capturing a controversial and significant historical moment in Olympic history, American Medalists Tommie Smith and John Carlos give the Black Power salute during the national anthem.
Date: 1968 - COLOR Source: Shot on Film, Exists on BetaSP Length: 00:00:29:00, No Audio
MARTIN LUTHER KING REMEMBERED Thousands of people gather at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC to watch and listen to a playback of Martin Luther King's 1963 "I Have A Dream" speech. A still family photo of Martin Luther with his wife and four children. Martin Luther King III speaks to reporters briefly about race relation. Vintage black and white race related images showing a color divided drinking fountain and the Klu Klux Klan. A granite marker placed at the Lincoln memorial commemorating King's speech.
PLEASE NOTE: VIDEO AND AUDIO OF NEWS ANCHORS AND REPORTERS IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR LICENSING.
Date: August 23, 2003 - COLOR Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:01:09:00, With Audio
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