1. AAGC Slideshow 2014

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    This video is a slideshow of the pictures taken at the AAGC 50th Celebration held on October 19 in Zilker Botanical Gardens in Austin, Texas

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    • AARP present March on Washington: Then and Now with Edith Lee-Payne

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      "Edith Lee-Payne lived in an integrated neighborhood in Detroit when she came to Washington for The March. In kindergarten, she had played with dolls with her white neighbor. At the lunch counter, both black and white waitresses served her. But while at The March on her 12th birthday with her mother, she learned about segregation. "I just could not grasp why things were so different for other people," especially in the South, says Lee-Payne. "It should be the same for everyone." Read more at: http://www.aarp.org/politics-society/history/info-06-2013/civil-rights-march-on-washington.2.html Executive Producer: Michael Wichita Videographer and Editor: Amanda Lucidon Photographer: Jared Sores

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      • AARP present March on Washington: Then and Now with Phillip Stone

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        As soon as Philip Stone heard about The March on Washington, he knew the event would be important and informed his parents he would be hitchhiking down to the nation's capital. The March served as the first time he had ever seen large numbers of blacks and whites together, an unusual sight for the New York native. "There was de facto segregation everywhere," says Stone, who is white and was living in the Bronx at the time. He understood his life experiences were different from the struggles of black Americans. "I was privileged to be there. Even I knew that at 16." Read more at: http://www.aarp.org/politics-society/history/info-06-2013/civil-rights-march-on-washington.7.html Executive Producer: Michael Wichita/AARP Videographer and Editor: Amanda Lucidon Photographer: Jared Sores

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        • AARP presents March on Washington: Then and Now with CT Vivian

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          "Looking out on the crowd, Rev. C.T. Vivian thought, "We had built a movement from nothing to something. I thought when we left there, we would be in a far better position to fight racism." Even before King, Vivian had adopted nonviolence as a way to show whites "our humanity and their lack of it." The King confidant had experienced that inhumanity firsthand. In one famous incident captured by television cameras, a Selma, Ala., sheriff broke his finger hitting Vivian. During the Freedom Rides, police beat Vivian so viciously with a billy club that his hands went numb trying to protect his head." Read more at: http://www.aarp.org/politics-society/history/info-06-2013/civil-rights-march-on-washington.5.html Executive Producer: Michael Wichita/AARP Videographer and Editor: Amanda Lucidon Photographer: Jared Sores

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          • AARP presents March on Washington: Then and Now with Gordon H. "Gunny" Gundrum

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            Maybe his Marine Corps spit-and-polish got him selected to guard King on the podium, surmises Gordon H. Gundrum. In any case, "Gunny," the sole white person standing near King in many of the day's photographs, didn't speak publicly about the event until his love of history persuaded him to share his memories. "I was, deep down inside, scared looking at thousands upon thousands of people," he says. "But it was a calm crowd with a cause that was stirring. When you looked at the crowd, you didn't see blacks or whites. You saw America." Read more at: http://www.aarp.org/politics-society/history/info-06-2013/civil-rights-march-on-washington.3.html Executive Producer: Michael Wichita/AARP Videographer and Editor: Amanda Lucidon Photographer: Jared Sores

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            • AARP presents March on Washington: Then and Now with Rosemary McGill

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              "The multiracial makeup of The March stunned Rosemary McGill. She expected to see only blacks from the South, like her — and was surprised by the kindness and support from whites. From her seat on the grass near the Washington Monument, she saw whites sharing their food with blacks. Even a white girl suggested they sit back-to-back so they'd both be more comfortable. Her parents' generation lived under Jim Crow laws but her generation was better educated, When she was a teenager, McGill began attending demonstrations." Read more at: http://www.aarp.org/politics-society/history/info-06-2013/civil-rights-march-on-washington.4.html Executive Producer: Michael Wichita Videographer and Editor: Amanda Lucidon Photographer: Jared Sores

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              • AARP presents March on Washington: Then and Now with Rowland Scherman

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                from Amanda Lucidon/LucidPix / Added

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                "When 26-year-old Rowland Scherman asked to cover The March for the United States Information Agency, he had no idea that he would have such access to history. As an official March photographer, he was able to get close to the famous — including Paul Newman, Marlon Brando, Joan Baez, Bob Dylan and Jackie Robinson — and had a bird's-eye view of Martin Luther King Jr. during his historic speech. To get a better view, he climbed a ladder near the Lincoln Memorial and captured panoramas of thousands of attendees on the Mall. "No one in America had ever seen a crowd like that before. It was awe-inspiring." Read more at: http://www.aarp.org/politics-society/history/info-06-2013/civil-rights-march-on-washington.6.html Executive Producer: Michael Wichita Videographer and Editor: Amanda Lucidon Photographer: Jared Sores Archival Photography: Rowland Scherman

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                • A Conversation...Stirring the Memories

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                  November 24, 2013 at Westwood Baptist Church in Springfield, VA A conversation with Drs. Whitten and Abernathy. As Westwood Baptist Church enters its fiftieth year of service and ministry, this conversation kicks off fifty Sundays of celebration culminating on November 8-9, 2014, the fiftieth anniversary…

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                  • Allan & Nancy Lee 50th Anniversary Tribute

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                    50 years ago, Allan Lee and Nancy Wells were married. Now, 50 wonderful years later, they are still dedicated to one another and this slideshow is just a snapshot of the many memories that they shared together. Happy Anniversary!

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                    • ALL ROADS LEAD TO RONNIE'S

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                      Made to celebrate Ronnie Scott's 50th Anniversary, with Junior Laniyan on Tap, Jake Telford on Sax, produced and directed by Short Form's Sam Talbot. Shot on the streets of Soho leading to perhaps the most famous Jazz club in the world, All Roads Lead To Ronnie's. Directed and Produced by Sam Talbot. DOP - Duane McClunie, Sound - Jake Telford.

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