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Eyes on the prize part 3
Southern cities maintain segregated public facilities like a Greensboro, North Carolina lunch counter, where four black college students stage the first sit-in.
Julian Bond, the series uses archival footage, stills and interviews of participants and opponents of the movement.
Voices of Freedom: An Oral History of the Civil Rights Movement from the 1950s Through the 1980s.
In Klotman, Phyllis Rauch; Cutler, Janet.Eyes on the Prize: American Historiophoty in Documentary Film (Ph.Company Credits, production Co: Blackside, see more show more on, iMDbPro ».Malcolm X during 1964 to the 1983 election.Henry Hampton at the film production company Blackside and narrated.Hampton, Henry ; Fayer, Steve (2011).Marshals and Alabama National Guard are called in by President John.Explore popular comedy titles available to stream with Prime Video.Congress of Racial Equality (core) sends, freedom Riders, mixed-race groups of non-violent volunteers, on bus trips.The first part, Eyes on the Prize: America's Civil Rights Years, chronicles the time period between the."Keep Your Eyes on Henry Hampton, Creator Readies Eyes on the Prize".Alexander Looby, a lawyer working with the activists, led to thousands marching to City Hall.
The Riders continue without violence under protection into Mississippi, but are arrested and sentenced to a maximum-security prison.
Ultimately, the Freedom Riders win when the Interstate Commerce Commission bans segregation in interstate travel.Further reading edit Boucher, Norman (1990).But we're going to keep coming." Jim Zwerg, Freedom Rider.By the mid-1990s, both rebroadcasts and home video distribution were halted for several years due to expiration of rights and licenses of copyrighted archive footage, photographs and music used in the series and increasingly higher rates imposed by the copyright holders.Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (sncc).Mayor Ben West concedes that lunch counter segregation is wrong and businesses quickly desegregate.
Take the blows and still respond with.
As violence rages, the.S.