MARTIN LUTHER KING Vintage black and white footage shows Martin Luther King reciting his "I Have A Dream" speech at the Lincoln Memorial podium at the civil rights march on Washington in August 1963. The son of Martin Luther King speaks at a press conference about equality and affirmative action.
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Date: August 28, 2003 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:00:52:00, With 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.
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Date: August 23, 2003 - COLOR Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:01:09:00, With Audio
LBJ SIGNS CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF 1964 - 2 President Lyndon Johnson signs the Civil Rights Act of 1964 at the White House. Souvenir pens are given to Republican Leader Edward Dirkson and Democratic Whip Hubert Humphrey. Integration leader Martin Luther King receives a pen as well.
CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT & JAMES MEREDITH ORDEAL Blacks stage nonviolent sit-ins, and are arrested nevertheless. After a church is burned, MLK says: "When man will seek to destroy the church of God, they had degenerated to a tragic level of inhumanity, sin and evil." U.S. Federal Marshals rally around James Meredith's enrollment at the University of Mississippi.
MLK JR. SPEAKS ABOUT MEREDITH MARCH - HD Civil Rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr. speaks about the March Against Fear started by activist James Meredith to encourage black Americans to register to vote. Transferred from film, mastered in Apple Pro Res 422 HQ and Uncompressed, available in all forms of HD and SD.
Date: June 7, 1966 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:00:23:00, With Audio
CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF 1964 SIGNED INTO LAW President Lyndon B. Johnson signs the Civil Rights Act of 1964 into law then talks about the landmark bill's purpose. The president uses 100 pens to affix his signature then passes these out afterwards to supporters including Martin Luther King.
Date: July 2, 1964 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:02:50:00, With Audio
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