FOOTAGE OF THE 1964 MURDERS OF THREE CIVIL RIGHTS WORKERS Chilling 1964 footage of the murders of three civil rights workers in Philadelphia, Mississippi. A KKK member seems unconcerned about showing his face as he casually holds up a black doll by a string around its neck, the bodies of three workers who were shot then burned in their car are loaded onto a stretcher and the car itself is moved. The incident was the basis for the movie "Mississippi Burning."
Date: June 21, 1989 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Video: DV Length: 00:00:11:00, No Audio
1964 FOOTAGE OF MISSISSIPPI FREEDOM SUMMER - CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT Black and white 1964 footage of the "Freedom Summer" in Mississippi as white college students arrive to help end racism and segregation in the south. Students walk down the sidewalks and greet residents, a cross burns in the night set on fire by the KKK and a Klan member smokes a cigarette and mockingly holds up a black doll by a string around its neck then cut to color footage of a car sitting in the darkness from a scene out of the movie "Mississippi Burning" which recounts the murder of three young activists that fateful summer.
Date: June 21, 1989 - COLOR Source: Video: DV Length: 00:00:12:00, No Audio
eFootage is a premier HD, film and video stock footage archive (contemporary and vintage) specializing in news, industrial, and more.
We have over one million additional stock footage clips that we can search upon request.
Featuring Data Refinery® and WebMagic® search and data technology.
A premier dv, film and video, digital and hd stock footage archive