1940S HARLEM A street sign at west 135th street in Harlem during the 1940s. An African-American traffic cop directs children across the street, children dance on the sidewalk and (indicating the racial slant and stereotype of the times) eat watermelon.
DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER General Dwight D. Eisenhower, casually dressed and surrounded by reporters, at a news conference. Eisenhower tells the reporters that he will never consider taking political office. CU of Eisenhower talking. A female reporter breaks the serious tone by asking a funny question about the hairstyle of Eisenhower's wife.
PAUL ROBESON DEMONSTRATIONS - 1 Images of protest against Paul Robeson in Peekskill, New York. White Americans carrying patriotic flags and parading in the town. Paul Robeson's image on a protest sign. Image of angry crowds standing and yelling at a motorcade. Guards holding the crowd back. A group of police officers walking. Large group of white and black people sitting and standing in a large, outdoor, public area.
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