1. Wallace, Settin' the Woods On Fire

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    Four times governor of Alabama, four times a candidate for president, he was feared as a racist demagogue and admired as a politician who spoke his mind. A lightning rod for controversy, Wallace both reflected and provoked tensions in American society over more than four decades. This film traces the rise of the firebrand politician from his roots in rural Alabama to the assassination attempt that suddenly transformed him. Written by: Steve Fayer, Daniel Mccabe and Paul Stekler. Produced and Directed by: Daniel Mccabe and Paul Stekler. Based, in part, on "The Politics of Rage" by Dan T. Carter.

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    • UPO 25th Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Breakfast

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      The United Planning Organization, community action agency for Washington, DC, annually celebrates the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with a spectacular event, usually on the anniversary of his birth. This is a video of the 25th annual breakfast that occurred January 10, 2009.

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      • Fair Housing Webinar Feb. 25 2011

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        • Jonathan Kozol at Pepperdine University - 10/01

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          In October 2001, Pepperdine University hosted a conference exploring the future of children in Los Angeles culminating in a keynote address by Jonathan Kozol. Here is the first two hours of his address. The Q&A that followed may be lost to history (or hard drives). Constructing Modern Knowledge 2011 (http://constructingmodernknowledge.com) is thrilled to present Jonathan Kozol in an intimate setting July 11-14, 2011.

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          • Conversation Series - Tom Ridge

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            School of Media and Public Affairs Director, Frank Sesno, interviews then Secretary of Homeland Security, Tom Ridge. Taped in the Jack Morton Auditorium at the George Washington University.

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            • For Love of Liberty: Part 2 VOD

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              From the World War II through the present...If US history is to be believed, then the face of the Armed Services was white. For Love of Liberty finally sets the record straight for the 2.5 million black soldiers who fought in American wars, whose efforts are largely unaccounted for.

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              • MUST WATCH!!! The Civil Rights Movement Was A Farce

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                • For Love Of Liberty: Part 1 VOD

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                  From the Revolutionary War through World War II...If US history is to be believed, then the face of the Armed Services was white. For Love of Liberty finally sets the record straight for the 2.5 million black soldiers who fought in American wars, whose efforts are largely unaccounted for.

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                  • Wendell Freeland: In My Own Words

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                    Wendell Freeland was a member of the famed group of African American WWII flyers we now call the Tuskegee Airmen. He joined the Army Air Corps in 1943 as a student at Howard University. A bright and ambitious student who grew up in a poor, segregated neighborhood in Baltimore, Wendell entered military service not so much to fight for his country but to advance himself and stop the fascist takeover of Europe. Contemplative and intellectual, Wendell didn’t take to Army life, especially the racism that pervaded it. Wendell was a lieutenant, a bombardier on a B-25 with the 477th Bomb Group. But, despite his rank, he remained a second-class citizen in Army. “I never spoke with a white officer. They never spoke to us, unless to bark an order.” He was arrested twice for defying the Army’s strict segregation policies. The second arrest occurred at Freeman Field, Indiana, when Wendell and other black officers entered the all-white officers’ club and waited to be served. When Wendell refused to sign, read, or even acknowledge the regulation strictly separating white and black officers, he was charged with mutiny, a crime punishable by execution. Army Chief of Staff General George C. Marshall eventually ordered the charges to be dropped for most of the men, including Wendell. The Freeman Field Mutiny was an early blow against official segregation in the armed forces, an important step in the Civil Rights Movement. This interview was recorded March 5, 2012 at the Wendell Freeland law office, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It is a production of the Veteran Voices of Pittsburgh Oral History Initiative, in partnership with the Veterans Breakfast Club. http://veteranvoicesofpittsburgh.com http://veteransbreakfastclub.com/

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                    • 1st Evidentiary Hearing

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                      This is an evidentiary hearing held on February 9, 2011 to discuss the issues regarding the identification procedure of Pleas Lucian Kavanaugh as the suspect in a robbery which occurred on October 24, 2009. Matters under consideration included missing evidence which was exculpatory to the defense, perjury by the investigating Detective Elizabeth Adams, unduly suggestive identification procedure and other issues. The defendant has been subjected to repeated failed prosecutions by local police since 2006, when he filed a civil suit against the Lexington Fayette Urban County Government alleging civil rights violations.

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