1. Civil Rights and Malcolm X


    from Jesse Spevack Added 39 0 0

    This is a short video lecture on Malcolm X.

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    • Civil Rights and Rosa Parks


      from Jesse Spevack Added 42 0 0

      This is a brief video lecture on Rosa Parks.

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      • Civil Rights Leaders


        from Jesse Spevack Added 25 0 0

        This is a brief video lecture on various Civil Rights leaders.

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        • Civil Rights Legislation


          from Jesse Spevack Added 25 0 0

          This is a brief video lecture on some important pieces of Civil Rights legislation.

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          • Martin Luther King Jr


            from Jesse Spevack Added 46 0 0

            This is a brief video lecture about Martin Luther King Jr.

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            • Mother Imani and Sons Speak in Selma Alabama 4/16/2010


              from Jason Bosch Added 48 0 0

              Mother Imani was interviewed with her two sons in Selma Alabama on April 16, 2012 by participants on the Poor People's Economic Human Rights Campaign's March to Fulfill the Dream. For more information visit: http://blog.economichumanrights.org/2010/04/selma-al-learning-from-slavery-and_2489.html

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              • "Asian Law Caucus 40th Anniversary Film"


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                Civil rights leaders celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Asian Law Caucus, the first public interest law firm to serve low-income Asian American and Pacific Islanders, and discuss the role of the Caucus in ongoing battles for justice. Film by Evan Jackson Leong.

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                • Plessy vs. Ferguson - an extra feature for "Jim Crow to Barack Obama"


                  from DENISE WARD-BROWN Added 57 0 0

                  Jos, a junior in high school and Jesse, a recent university grad explain the Supreme Court decision that created 'separate but equal'.

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                  • Militarized Policing: Tear gas used by local police in Greensboro, NC


                    from War Resisters League Added 54 0 1

                    On July 4, 2012, police in Greensboro, North Carolina used tear gas, a chemical weapon, to disperse a crowd of 1,000 people, most of them young and Black, who were gathered downtown to celebrate the public holiday. Two people were arrested before the tear gas was used to disperse the crowd. One of them was Zannie Deangelo Seagraves, Jr., who here describes his experience of being threatened with a tear gas canister during his arrest. The other person arrested that night was Jimel Tyrea Leach, who Seagraves mentions in his story. The Greensboro police say they use tear gas against people in town roughly 6 times per year.

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                    • Carrying on the Dream


                      from Chelsea Bets Added

                      We are the ones we've been waiting for.

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