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Title We Shall Not Be Moved [videorecording] : African-American Churches in the Civil Rights Era / Odyssey Networks (Firm)
Imprint New York, N.Y. : Films Media Group, [2011]
©2002


Descript 1 streaming video file (60 min.) : sound, color, digital file
OCLC # 100044637
Note Encoded with permission for digital streaming by Films Media Group on October 13, 2011
Films on Demand is distributed by Films Media Group for Films for the Humanities & Sciences, Cambridge Educational, Meridian Education, and Shopware
Contents Introduction: We Shall Not Be Moved: African-American Churches in the Civil Rights Era (3:18) -- Dexter Avenue Baptist Church (2:35) -- Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. (1:07) -- Rosa Parks (1:47) -- The Montgomery Improvement Association (1:45) -- The Bus Boycott (2:43) -- Segregation on Public Transportation (1:55) -- Kelly Ingram Park (6:43) -- Four Children Killed in Birmingham Church Bombing (5:48) -- The Right to Vote (5:29) -- Edmund Pettus Bridge (7:28) -- Selma to Montgomery March (2:55) -- Credits: We Shall Not Be Moved: African-American Churches in the Civil Rights Era (0:26)
Note Access requires authentication through Films on Demand
Summary Using a rich supply of archival photographs and film footage as well as first-hand accounts from pastors, activists, and community members, this program gives long-overdue attention to the pivotal role of African-American churches in the Civil Rights movement. Interviews feature former NAACP executive director Dr. Benjamin Hooks; diplomat, political luminary, and civil rights veteran Andrew Young; 1963 March on Washington organizer Rev. Abraham Lincoln Woods; National Baptist Convention historian Dr. Wilson Fallin; and many others. Viewers learn how the spiritual centers of Southern black life served as places for inspiring, strategizing, and implementing the greatest social and cultural paradigm shift of 20th-century America
Note Access requires authentication through Films on Demand
9 & up
Mode of access: Internet
System requirements: FOD playback platform
Closed-captioned
Title from distributor's description
Subject African Americans -- History
Civil rights -- United States
Liberty
Political activists -- United States
Religion and politics
Religion and sociology
Religious institutions
United States -- History -- 1961-1969
Genre/Form Educational films.
Internet videos.
Videorecording.
Add Author Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm)
Films Media Group
Odyssey Networks (Firm)
Related To Originally produced: Odyssey Networks (Firm), 2002
Alt Title African-American Churches in the Civil Rights Era



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Descript 1 streaming video file (60 min.) : sound, color, digital file
Note Encoded with permission for digital streaming by Films Media Group on October 13, 2011
Films on Demand is distributed by Films Media Group for Films for the Humanities & Sciences, Cambridge Educational, Meridian Education, and Shopware
Contents Introduction: We Shall Not Be Moved: African-American Churches in the Civil Rights Era (3:18) -- Dexter Avenue Baptist Church (2:35) -- Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. (1:07) -- Rosa Parks (1:47) -- The Montgomery Improvement Association (1:45) -- The Bus Boycott (2:43) -- Segregation on Public Transportation (1:55) -- Kelly Ingram Park (6:43) -- Four Children Killed in Birmingham Church Bombing (5:48) -- The Right to Vote (5:29) -- Edmund Pettus Bridge (7:28) -- Selma to Montgomery March (2:55) -- Credits: We Shall Not Be Moved: African-American Churches in the Civil Rights Era (0:26)
Note Access requires authentication through Films on Demand
Summary Using a rich supply of archival photographs and film footage as well as first-hand accounts from pastors, activists, and community members, this program gives long-overdue attention to the pivotal role of African-American churches in the Civil Rights movement. Interviews feature former NAACP executive director Dr. Benjamin Hooks; diplomat, political luminary, and civil rights veteran Andrew Young; 1963 March on Washington organizer Rev. Abraham Lincoln Woods; National Baptist Convention historian Dr. Wilson Fallin; and many others. Viewers learn how the spiritual centers of Southern black life served as places for inspiring, strategizing, and implementing the greatest social and cultural paradigm shift of 20th-century America
Note Access requires authentication through Films on Demand
9 & up
Mode of access: Internet
System requirements: FOD playback platform
Closed-captioned
Title from distributor's description
Subject African Americans -- History
Civil rights -- United States
Liberty
Political activists -- United States
Religion and politics
Religion and sociology
Religious institutions
United States -- History -- 1961-1969
Genre/Form Educational films.
Internet videos.
Videorecording.
Add Author Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm)
Films Media Group
Odyssey Networks (Firm)
Alt Title African-American Churches in the Civil Rights Era
Descript 1 streaming video file (60 min.) : sound, color, digital file
Note Encoded with permission for digital streaming by Films Media Group on October 13, 2011
Films on Demand is distributed by Films Media Group for Films for the Humanities & Sciences, Cambridge Educational, Meridian Education, and Shopware
Contents Introduction: We Shall Not Be Moved: African-American Churches in the Civil Rights Era (3:18) -- Dexter Avenue Baptist Church (2:35) -- Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. (1:07) -- Rosa Parks (1:47) -- The Montgomery Improvement Association (1:45) -- The Bus Boycott (2:43) -- Segregation on Public Transportation (1:55) -- Kelly Ingram Park (6:43) -- Four Children Killed in Birmingham Church Bombing (5:48) -- The Right to Vote (5:29) -- Edmund Pettus Bridge (7:28) -- Selma to Montgomery March (2:55) -- Credits: We Shall Not Be Moved: African-American Churches in the Civil Rights Era (0:26)
Note Access requires authentication through Films on Demand
Summary Using a rich supply of archival photographs and film footage as well as first-hand accounts from pastors, activists, and community members, this program gives long-overdue attention to the pivotal role of African-American churches in the Civil Rights movement. Interviews feature former NAACP executive director Dr. Benjamin Hooks; diplomat, political luminary, and civil rights veteran Andrew Young; 1963 March on Washington organizer Rev. Abraham Lincoln Woods; National Baptist Convention historian Dr. Wilson Fallin; and many others. Viewers learn how the spiritual centers of Southern black life served as places for inspiring, strategizing, and implementing the greatest social and cultural paradigm shift of 20th-century America
Note Access requires authentication through Films on Demand
9 & up
Mode of access: Internet
System requirements: FOD playback platform
Closed-captioned
Title from distributor's description
Related To Originally produced: Odyssey Networks (Firm), 2002
Subject African Americans -- History
Civil rights -- United States
Liberty
Political activists -- United States
Religion and politics
Religion and sociology
Religious institutions
United States -- History -- 1961-1969
Genre/Form Educational films.
Internet videos.
Videorecording.
Add Author Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm)
Films Media Group
Odyssey Networks (Firm)
Alt Title African-American Churches in the Civil Rights Era
LOCATION CALL NO. STATUS
 INTERNET    ONLINE

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