BLACK POWER FOR POWELL - 1967 In 1967, Congressman Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. was accused of misappropriating Committee funds. Two unidentified black men comment on the incident. One says that "whenever a black person is concerned, they want to drag up the dirt and try to obscure the good."
Date: January 12, 1967 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:00:57:00, With Audio
ADAM CLAYTON POWELL - 1967 On January 9, 1967, following allegations of misconduct, the House Democratic Caucus stripped Congressman Adam Clayton Powell of his committee chairmanship. In response, Powell says: "The only thing is, Jesus had one Judas, and I had about 120."
Date: January 9, 1967 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:01:00:00, With Audio
COMMENTARY ON WHARLEST JACKSON INCIDENT - 1967 In 1967, African American Wharlest Jackson received a promotion previously offered only to whites. He was killed in a car bomb three weeks later. An unidentified police official remarks "that maybe we will come up with something that we can solve this thing." An unidentified black man says that "the whites don't want to see Negroes lift themselves up by their own bootstraps."
Date: February 27, 1967 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:01:06:00, With Audio
GARRISON CLAIMS JFK PLOT SOLVED - 1967 Louisiana District Attorney Jim Garrison: "I certainly wouldn't say with confidence that we would make arrests and have convictions afterwards if I did not know that we have solved the assassination of President Kennedy beyond any shadow of a doubt."
Date: February 24, 1967 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:01:38:00, With Audio
GARRISON ON JFK ASSASSINATION INVESTIGATION - 1967 Louisiana District Attorney Jim Garrison on the JFK assassination: "What started out as a routine investigation in the possible local involvement of the assassination of President Kennedy has uncovered certain facts which we consider extremely interesting."
GERALD FORD ON JFK ASSASSINATION INVESTIGATION - 1967 Warren Commission member and future president Gerald Ford on the JFK assassination plot: "We made a very massive effort through the total cooperation of the federal investigating authorities and local authorities to interrogate everybody that we could find who allegedly had any information concerning Oswald's appearance or the time that he spent in New Orleans."
Date: February 21, 1967 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:01:20:00, With Audio
JIM GARRISON ON WARREN REPORT - 1967 Louisiana District Attorney Jim Garrison on the Warren Report: "I think the Warren Report did not pretend to say exactly what happened. I think if their conclusion was that Lee Harvey Oswald went into this project unaided and without the assistance and help of other persons, then I would say that the Warren Commission was wrong."
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