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Call Number: E840.8.L43 A3 2013
Publication Date: 2016-08-02
National Book Award Winner, 2016
Printz Award Winner, 2017
John Lewis: Good Trouble
An intimate account of U.S. Representative John Lewis’s life and more than 60 years of extraordinary activism.
Minds That Matter: John Lewis
Rep. Lewis discusses a range of topics, including his childhood in segregated Alabama; his first meeting with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.; the back-stage dilemma over his speech at the finale of the March on Washington; his role in the attempted march from Selma to Montgomery; the ongoing need for social activism today; and more.
PBS NewsHour: John Lewis
Interview with Congressman John Lewis, who recalls events during the Civil Rights movement.
John Lewis Marches On
John Lewis and Bill Moyers meet to share experiences and revelations related to the momentous March on Washington.
American Experience. Freedom Riders. Interview with John Lewis
There are three segments to this interview. This is the first segment. Freedom Riders is also an entire program within Alexander Street Press
American Experience - Freedom Riders
From May until November 1961, more than 400 black and white Americans risked their lives-and many endured savage beatings and imprisonment-for simply traveling together on buses and trains as they journeyed through the Deep South
The Impact and Influence of SNCC on American Society, 1960 to 1968
The panelists present insights into SNCC drawn from their years of careful study of the Southern Freedom Movement.
SNCC Builds an Organization
The panelists present a behind-the-scenes look at what kept SNCC running.
The Societal Response to SNCC
This panel and audience discussion considers the complex response to SNCC by the general public and specific sections of society.
What Was SNCC? How Did It Evolve Over the Years? Why Did It Cease to Exist
The panel probes the complex evolution of SNCC,discussing the radicalizing effect of its style of grassroots organizing, its disillusionment with establishment politics, the attacks on SNCC by former liberal allies and more conservative black civil rights organizations, and the government’s COINTELPRO assault.
Freedom Bound tells the story of the Student Non Violent Coordinating Committee’s voter registration campaign in Mississippi in 1963.