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CALL # Videotape no.3597.

TITLE At the river I stand [videorecording] / a film by David Appleby,

Allison Graham, Steven John Ross ; a production of Memphis

State University, Department of Theatre and Communication Arts.

PUBLISHER San Francisco, CA : California Newsreel, c1993.

NOTE Documentary of two 1968 events in the civil rights movement—the

sanitation workers strike in Memphis, Tennessee and the

assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.  Shows how the

black community, local civil rights leaders, and AFSCME

mobilized behind the strikers in mass demonstrations and a

boycott of downtown businesses.

SUBJECT Sanitation Workers Strike, Memphis, Tenn., 1968.

SUBJECT Memphis (Tenn.) -- Officials and employees.

SUBJECT AFSCME.

SUBJECT King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968 -- Assassination.

SUBJECT Civil rights movements -- Tennessee -- Memphis.

SUBJECT Documentary films.

 
CALL # Videotape no.2184.

TITLE  Boy King [videorecording] / WSB-TV ; Cox Communications ;

               executive producer, Mark S. Engel ; produced by Judy Cairo.

PUBLISHER Deerfield, IL : Coronet Films & Video, c1986.

NOTE              This inspiring drama focuses on young Martin Luther King, Jr's 

               early encounters with prejudice and how the love and courage of

               his family  moved him to speak out against segregation and made

               him a leader in the civil rights movement.

SUBJECT      King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968 -- Childhood and youth.

SUBJECT      African Americans -- Biography.

SUBJECT      Civil rights -- United States.



CALL Videotape no.7594

TITLE Eyes on the prize : America's civil rights years. Awakenings,

1954-1956 / a production of Blackside, Inc. ; WGBH Boston

presents ; PBS ; executive producer, Henry Hampton ; produced

and directed by Judith Vecchione.

PUBLISHER Boston, MA : Blackside, Inc. : WGBH, c1986.

NOTE This first episode uses archival footage, photographs, and

interviews to look at the history of segregation in the U.S.,

focusing on the South, and the impact of the 1954 Supreme Court

decision against segregation in Brown vs Board of Education of

Topeka, Kansas. Highlighted is the Emmett Till murder case and

Rosa Parks and the Montgomery, Alabama bus boycott, led by the

Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. Includes footage of excerpts of

speeches of King, Mose Wright, Mamie Till Bradley, Roy Bryant,

J.W. Milam, Roy Wilkins, H.C. Strider, Sam Engelhardt, Sen.

James Eastland, and Clyde Sellers.

SUBJECT Segregation -- United States -- History.

SUBJECT Segregation in education -- United States.

SUBJECT African Americans -- Civil rights.

SUBJECT Segregation in transportation -- Alabama -- Montgomery.

SUBJECT Southern States -- Race relations -- History.

SUBJECT Video recordings for the hearing impaired.

SUBJECT Parks, Rosa, 1913-2005

SUBJECT King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968.

SUBJECT Till, Emmett, 1941-1955.

CALL # Videotape no.7596

TITLE Eyes on the prize : America's civil rights years. Ain't scared of

your jails, 1960-1961 / a production of Blackside, Inc. ; WGBH

Boston presents ; PBS ; executive producer, Henry Hampton ;

producer, Orlando Bagwell.

PUBLISHER Boston, MA : Blackside, Inc. : WGBH, c1986.

NOTE Episode three uses archival footage and interviews to look at two

major events that involved college students in the civil rights

struggle: the lunch counter sit-ins in Nashville, Tennessee and

the Freedom Riders trip from Washington D.C. To Jackson,

Mississippi. The program also looks at the formation of the

Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee and the importance

it played in these events. Includes footage of excerpts of

speeches of Ben West, Jim Lawson, Rev. Adam Clayton Powell,

James Peck, Gov. John Patterson, Jim Zwerg, Robert Kennedy,

Martin Luther King, Jr., and Rev. Fred Shuttlesworth.

SUBJECT African Americans -- Civil rights.

SUBJECT College students -- United States -- Political activity.

SUBJECT Civil rights movements -- Southern States -- History.

SUBJECT Civil rights demonstrations -- Southern States -- History.

SUBJECT Segregation in transportation -- Southern States.

SUBJECT Discrimination in public accommodations -- Southern States.

SUBJECT Video recordings for the hearing impaired.

SUBJECT Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (U.S.)

SUBJECT Southern States -- Race relations -- History.

CALL # Videotape no.7597

TITLE Eyes on the prize : America's civil rights years. No easy walk,

1961-1963 / a production of Blackside, Inc. ; WGBH Boston

presents ; PBS ; executive producer, Henry Hampton ; produced,

directed and written by James A. Devinney, Callie Crossley.

PUBLISHER Boston, MA : Blackside, Inc. : WGBH, c1986.

NOTE Episode four uses archival footage and interviews to look at

three cities involved in the civil rights demonstrations:

Albany, Georgia, where the police chief and Martin Luther King,

Jr. each tested out the strategy of nonviolence in their own

way; Birmingham, Alabama, where police dogs and firehoses were

used against demonstrating children; and the March on

Washington, D.C. in 1963, where blacks and whites came together

to demonstrate for black civil rights. Includes footage of

excerpts of speeches by Martin Luther King, Jr., Gov. Wallace,

Eugene "Bull" Connor, President Kennedy, Robert Kennedy,

Robert Shelton, and A. Philip Randolph.

SUBJECT African Americans -- Civil rights.

SUBJECT Civil rights movements -- United States -- History.

SUBJECT Civil rights demonstrations -- United States -- History.

SUBJECT United States -- Race relations -- History.

SUBJECT March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, Washington, D.C., 1963.

SUBJECT Video recordings for the hearing impaired.

CALL # Videotape no.7599

TITLE Eyes on the prize : America's civil rights years. Bridge to

freedom, 1965 / a production of Blackside, Inc. ; WGBH Boston

presents ; PBS ; executive producer, Henry Hampton ; produced,

directed and written by Callie Crossley, James A. Devinney.

PUBLISHER Boston, MA : Blackside, Inc. : WGBH, c1986.

NOTE Episode six uses archival footage and interviews to look at civil

rights demonstrations in Alabama and the 1965 freedom marches

from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama, two of which ended

unsuccessfully at the Edmund Pettus Bridge. Organizers of the

marches hoped to gain national recognition of Alabama's racist

voter registration policies. Also discussed were the

ideological differences which developed between the Southern

Christian Leadership Conference, led by Martin Luther King, and

the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee. Includes

excerpts of speeches by Malcolm X, Dr. King, President

Johnson, L.C. Crocker, Jimmy Webb, and Wilson Baker.

SUBJECT African Americans -- Civil rights -- Alabama.

SUBJECT African Americans -- Alabama -- Suffrage.

SUBJECT Selma-Montgomery Rights March, 1965.

SUBJECT Video recordings for the hearing impaired.

SUBJECT Alabama -- Race relations -- History.

SUBJECT Southern Christian Leadership Conference.

SUBJECT Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (U.S.)



CALL # Videotape no.7600

TITLE Eyes on the prize : America at the racial crossroads. The time

has come, 1964-1966 / a production of Blackside ; WGBH Boston

presents ; PBS ; executive producer, Henry Hampton ; produced,

directed and written by James A. DeVinney, Madison Davis Lacy,

Jr.

PUBLISHER Boston : WGBH : Blackside, c1990.

NOTE This episode uses historical footage and contemporary interviews

to focus on the shift of the civil rights movement from the

non-violent approach of Martin Luther King, Jr. to the more

aggressive appeals of The Nation of Islam, Malcolm X and

Stokely Carmichael. Includes footage of excerpt of speeches by

James Haughton, Louis Michaux, Malcolm X, Elijah

Muhammad, Louis Lomax, Martin Luther King, Jr., Betty Shabazz,

James Meredith, El Fondren, Ernest Thomas, Willie Ricks.

SUBJECT Civil rights movements -- United States.

SUBJECT African Americans -- History -- 1964-

SUBJECT Video recordings for the hearing impaired.

CALL # Videotape no.7601

TITLE Eyes on the prize : America at the racial crossroads. Two

societies, 1965-1968 / a production of Blackside ; WGBH Boston

presents ; PBS ; executive producer, Henry Hampton ; produced,

directed and written by Sheila Bernard, Sam Pollard.

PUBLISHER Boston : WGBH : Blackside, c1990.

NOTE This episode uses archival footage and interviews to focus on the

civil rights activities led by Martin Luther King, Jr. and the

Southern Christian Leadership Conference in Chicago in 1965-

1966. Their strategies come up against the powerful political

machinery of Mayor Richard Daley and the outbreak of violence

in Detroit in 1967 as Blacks and the police clash on city

streets. Includes footage of speeches of Martin Luther King,

Jr., Richard Daly, Lyndon B. Johnson.

SUBJECT Civil rights movements -- United States.

SUBJECT African Americans -- History -- 1964-

SUBJECT Video recordings for the hearing impaired.



CALL # Videotape no.7603

TITLE Eyes on the prize : America at the racial crossroads. The

promised land, 1967-1968 / a production of Blackside ; WGBH

Boston presents ; PBS ; executive producer, Henry Hampton ;

produced, directed and written by Paul Stekler, Jacqueline

Shearer.

PUBLISHER Boston : WGBH : Blackside, c1990.

NOTE This episode uses archival footage and interviews to chronicle

the final year of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s life, including the

organization of a Poor People's Campaign and March on

Washington, as well as his eventual assassination in Memphis.

Includes footage of speeches of Martin Luther King, Jr., Barry

Goldwater, Edward Brooke, Robert Kennedy, and Henry Loeb.

SUBJECT African Americans -- History -- 1964-

SUBJECT Video recordings for the hearing impaired.

SUBJECT King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968.

CALL # DVD 407

TITLE 4 little girls [videorecording] / an HBO documentary film in

association with 40 Acres and a Mule Filmworks production ; a

Spike Lee Joint ; director, producer, Spike Lee ; producer, Sam

Pollard.

PUBLISHER New York : HBO Home Video, [2000], c1998.

NOTE The Birmingham Campaign was launched in 1963. Martin Luther King

Jr. and other activists were soon jailed, but it was the

participation of the children that advanced the momentum of the

Birmingham movement. They marched alongside the adults and were

taken to jail with them as well. Because the 16th St. Baptist

Church was close to the downtown area, it was an ideal location

to hold rallies and meetings. On Sunday morning, Sept. 15,

1963, dynamite planted by the Ku Klux Klan, exploded in the

building. Under the fallen debris, the bodies of four girls

were found. Denise McNair, Addie Mae Collins, Carole Robertson

and Cynthia Wesley died because of the color of their skin.

Features archival film footage, home photographs, comments by

surviving family members, and interviews with local and

national figures of the time.

SUBJECT Bombings -- Alabama -- Birmingham -- History -- 20th century.

SUBJECT African American children -- Alabama -- Birmingham -- History --

20th century.

SUBJECT African Americans -- Civil rights -- Alabama -- Birmingham --

History -- 20th century.

SUBJECT Murder -- Alabama -- Birmingham -- History -- 20th century.

SUBJECT Ku Klux Klan (1915- ) -- Alabama -- Birmingham.

SUBJECT Civil rights movements -- Alabama -- Birmingham -- History --

20th century.

SUBJECT African American churches -- Alabama -- Birmingham -- History --

20th century.

SUBJECT Birmingham (Ala.) -- Race relations.

SUBJECT Documentary films.

SUBJECT Video recordings for the hearing impaired.



CALL # Videotape no.689.

TITLE Great speeches Alliance Video. [videorecording]

PUBLISHER    [Greenwood, IN] : Educational Video Group, 1985-1987.

NOTE v. l. Inaugural address / J.F. Kennedy -- "I have a dream" / M.L.

               King, Jr. -- Farewell address / Gen. D. MacArthur -- 1934 Nazi

               Congress / A. Hitler -- 1942 State of the Union / F.D.

               Roosevelt.

  v. 5 First inaugural & declaration of war / Franklin D. Roosevelt

               -- 1965 Voting Rights Act / Lyndon B. Johnson -- Tribute to

               Challenger astronauts / Ronald Reagan -- Eulogy of Martin L.

               King, Jr. / Robert Kennedy.

  v. 6. "Mountain top" speech / Martin Luther King, Jr. -- United

               Nations address / Eleanor Roosevelt -- Defense of Saudi

               Arabia / George Bush -- "Watergate" speech / Richard Nixon --

               "Truth & tolerance in America / Edward Kennedy.

SUBJECT      Speeches, addresses, etc.

CALL # Videotape no.8303

TITLE A history of photography [videorecording] : looking at the

world / produced by Double Diamond Corporation.

PUBLISHER Morris Plains, NJ : Lucerne Media, c1997.

NOTE Story of photography since its inception around 1839. Records the

wonders of the ancient world to the first views of the American

West and records portraits of the rich and famous from

Frederick Douglass and Charles Dickens to Martin Luther King

and Princess Di. Creative artists made pictures to deceive and

delight from Delacroix to Warhol.

SUBJECT Photography -- History.

CALL # Videotape no.3561.

TITLE I have a dream [videorecording] : the nature of great speaking.

PUBLISHER    Davis, Calif. : Davidson Films, Inc., c1994.

NOTE Using examples from the Roman writer Longinus to Dr. Martin

Luther King, Michael Osborn explains what great speaking is and

analyzes the elements of an effective speech.

SUBJECT      Oratory.

SUBJECT      Public speaking.
 

CALL # Videotape no.1663.

TITLE MacNeil/Lehrer news hour [videorecording] / a production of WNET/

               WETA and MacNeil/Lehrer Productions.

PUBLISHER    Alexandria, Va. : PBS Video, 1990.

NOTE News stories:  More ethnic violence in Soviet Azerbaijan. Campeau

units file for bankruptcy.  Birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King,

Jr. -- In-depth looks at Campeau bankruptcy with Seymour

Zucker.  Racism in America, with Benjamin Hooks, Linda Chavez,

Rabbi Abraham Cooper, Charles Ogletree, Paul Craig Roberts and

Haki Madhubuti.

SUBJECT      World politics -- 1945-

SUBJECT      Racism -- United States.

  
CALL # Videotape no.1409.



TITLE Martin Luther King, Jr., from Montgomery to Memphis

               [videorecording] / BFA ; by Don McCarroll.

PUBLISHER    Santa Monica, Calif. : BFA Educational Media, [1969?]

NOTE Documents Martin Luther King's life and his contributions to the

civil rights campaign. Examines Dr. King's involvement with and

commitment to justice for both the blacks and the poor.

SUBJECT      King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968.

SUBJECT      African Americans -- Civil rights.

SUBJECT      Civil rights workers -- United States -- Biography.

 

 



CALL # Videotape no.2202.

TITLE Martin Luther King [videorecording] / Idanha Films.

PUBLISHER    [S. l.] : MPI Home Video, 1988.

NOTE In three parts: In remembrance of Martin, filmed on the first

anniversary of The legal holiday honoring Dr. King -- Birth of

a movement:k The Mongomery bus boycott, 1955 -- Selma, Alabama

and the march to Montgomery, 1965.

SUBJECT      King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968.

SUBJECT      Civil rights movements -- Southern States -- History.

SUBJECT      Civil rights movements -- United States -- History.
   

CALL # Motion picture no.55-56.

TITLE Negro and the American promise [Motion picture]

PUBLISHER    WGBH-TV. Released by NET Film Service, 1963.

NOTE Dr. Kenneth Clark, professor of psychology at the City College of

New York, interviews James Baldwin and Martin Luther King, Jr.,

who are campaigning for integration and non-discrimination for

the Negro.

SUBJECT      African Americans -- Segregation.

SUBJECT      African Americans -- Civil rights.

 

 

CALL # Videotape no.5977.



TITLE The power of speech [videorecording] / BBC ; produced in

               association with the Arts Council of Great Britain.

PUBLISHER    Princeton, NJ : Films for the Humanities & Sciences, 1998, c1994.

SUBJECT      Speech.

SUBJECT      Oral communication.

SUBJECT      English language, Rhetoric.

SUBJECT      Oratory.

SUBJECT      American literature -- History and criticism.

SUBJECT      Fiction -- Technique.

CALL # DVD 965-966

TITLE The speeches collection volume 1 [videorecording]

PUBLISHER New York, NY : MPI Home Video, 2002.

NOTE The speeches of John F. Kennedy.--The speeches of Martin Luther

King, Jr..--The speeches of Gerald Ford.--The speeches of

Ronald Reagan.

SUBJECT Speeches, addresses, etc.

SUBJECT Oratory -- History.

SUBJECT Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963.

SUBJECT King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968.

SUBJECT Ford, Gerald R., 1913-



SUBJECT Reagan, Ronald.


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