GEORGIA DEMONSTRATORS CLASH WITH POLICE - 1966 Protestors march on the Georgia Capitol and clash with police over their support of black legislator Julian Bond. The Georgia House of Representatives tried to deny Bond a seat over his opposition to the Vietnam War but their decision was later overturned by the U.S. Supreme Court as it violated Bond's freedom of speech.
Date: January 14, 1966 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:00:36:00, No Audio
JAZZ PROMOTER GEORGE WEIN ON FESTIVAL CONTROVERSY - 1966 Jazz promoter and producer George Wein addresses community leaders and townspeople of Middletown, Rhode Island after some of them refuse to allow a jazz festival in their town. Mr. Wein is the founder of the Newport Jazz Festival and has been called the most important non-player in jazz history for his role in promoting the music through festivals and concerts.
JAZZ FESTIVAL CONTROVERSY - 1966 The townspeople of Middletown, Rhode Island gather together to hear a panel of community leaders and others discuss a controversial proposal to have a Jazz Festival in their town. No one looks happy to be at the meeting.
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