MEN DISCUSS NEED FOR TOWN'S NEW ATOMIC POWER PLANT - 1950S An elderly man reading the newspaper and two men playing pool nearby discuss the town getting a new atomic power plant. One of the men playing pool says he doesn’t understand why it’s needed unless it’s to generate free electricity then an announcer VO states, “Well, no that's not exactly the reason but never mind. A lot of other folks are just as confused about the real purpose of atomic energy and it all begins with a particle of matter so small it can't be seen under the most powerful microscope.”
Date: 1950s - COLOR Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:00:58:00, With Audio
BUILDINGS WHERE LEGIONNAIRES OUTBREAK OCCURRED Zoom in on a home for the elderly in Scarborough Canada where an outbreak of Legionnaire's disease occurred then cut to the high rise apartment complex close to the home where one tenant also contracted the disease. A small red car sits outside the old folks home.
Date: October 25, 2005 - COLOR Source: Video: DV Length: 00:00:10:00, No Audio
H. RAP BROWN - 1960S Prominent civil rights leader, H. Rap Brown of SNCC: "Detroit was a good example of what could happen. The brothers didn't own nothin', but now, the white folks don't own nothin' either."
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