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Title Black Panther/San Francisco State [videorecording] : On Strike / California Newsreel (Firm)
Imprint New York, N.Y. : Films Media Group, [2012]
©1969


Descript 1 streaming video file (34 min.) : sound, color, digital file
OCLC # 100049747
Note Encoded with permission for digital streaming by Films Media Group on September 03, 2012
Films on Demand is distributed by Films Media Group for Films for the Humanities & Sciences, Cambridge Educational, Meridian Education, and Shopware
Contents Black Panther Party Images and Credits (1:02) -- Black Panther Promotional Video (2:14) -- Power Structure (2:14) -- Black Panthers, a Self-Defense Group (1:56) -- "A Revolution Has Come" (3:46) -- Meaning of a Black Revolution (3:37) -- Longest Strike On a College Campus (3:44) -- "On Strike, Shut it Down!" (2:34) -- Unlawful Assembly (2:13) -- "The Tracking System" (1:36) -- Seeking Liberation (2:21) -- Standing Against Anarchy (2:46) -- Campus Community Struggles Together (4:04)
Note Access requires authentication through Films on Demand
Summary The program's second part, shot by students and their supporters during the San Francisco State University strike of 1968-1969, documents the groundbreaking protest that led to the establishment of the first ethnic studies department at an American university
This two-part program begins with the actual film the Black Panther Party used to promote its cause. Shot in 1969 in San Francisco, it's an exemplar of 1960s activist filmmaking, featuring an interview from jail with Panthers' cofounder Huey Newton, and footage of cofounder Bobby Seale explaining its Ten Point Program and Eldridge Cleaver discussing the Panthers' appeal to the black community
Note 12 & up
Mode of access: Internet
System requirements: FOD playback platform
Closed-captioned
Title from distributor's description
Subject Black Panther Party
African Americans -- History
Mass media and culture
Genre/Form Educational films.
Internet videos.
Add Author Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm)
Films Media Group
Alt Title On Strike



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Descript 1 streaming video file (34 min.) : sound, color, digital file
Note Encoded with permission for digital streaming by Films Media Group on September 03, 2012
Films on Demand is distributed by Films Media Group for Films for the Humanities & Sciences, Cambridge Educational, Meridian Education, and Shopware
Contents Black Panther Party Images and Credits (1:02) -- Black Panther Promotional Video (2:14) -- Power Structure (2:14) -- Black Panthers, a Self-Defense Group (1:56) -- "A Revolution Has Come" (3:46) -- Meaning of a Black Revolution (3:37) -- Longest Strike On a College Campus (3:44) -- "On Strike, Shut it Down!" (2:34) -- Unlawful Assembly (2:13) -- "The Tracking System" (1:36) -- Seeking Liberation (2:21) -- Standing Against Anarchy (2:46) -- Campus Community Struggles Together (4:04)
Note Access requires authentication through Films on Demand
Summary The program's second part, shot by students and their supporters during the San Francisco State University strike of 1968-1969, documents the groundbreaking protest that led to the establishment of the first ethnic studies department at an American university
This two-part program begins with the actual film the Black Panther Party used to promote its cause. Shot in 1969 in San Francisco, it's an exemplar of 1960s activist filmmaking, featuring an interview from jail with Panthers' cofounder Huey Newton, and footage of cofounder Bobby Seale explaining its Ten Point Program and Eldridge Cleaver discussing the Panthers' appeal to the black community
Note 12 & up
Mode of access: Internet
System requirements: FOD playback platform
Closed-captioned
Title from distributor's description
Subject Black Panther Party
African Americans -- History
Mass media and culture
Genre/Form Educational films.
Internet videos.
Add Author Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm)
Films Media Group
Alt Title On Strike
Descript 1 streaming video file (34 min.) : sound, color, digital file
Note Encoded with permission for digital streaming by Films Media Group on September 03, 2012
Films on Demand is distributed by Films Media Group for Films for the Humanities & Sciences, Cambridge Educational, Meridian Education, and Shopware
Contents Black Panther Party Images and Credits (1:02) -- Black Panther Promotional Video (2:14) -- Power Structure (2:14) -- Black Panthers, a Self-Defense Group (1:56) -- "A Revolution Has Come" (3:46) -- Meaning of a Black Revolution (3:37) -- Longest Strike On a College Campus (3:44) -- "On Strike, Shut it Down!" (2:34) -- Unlawful Assembly (2:13) -- "The Tracking System" (1:36) -- Seeking Liberation (2:21) -- Standing Against Anarchy (2:46) -- Campus Community Struggles Together (4:04)
Note Access requires authentication through Films on Demand
Summary The program's second part, shot by students and their supporters during the San Francisco State University strike of 1968-1969, documents the groundbreaking protest that led to the establishment of the first ethnic studies department at an American university
This two-part program begins with the actual film the Black Panther Party used to promote its cause. Shot in 1969 in San Francisco, it's an exemplar of 1960s activist filmmaking, featuring an interview from jail with Panthers' cofounder Huey Newton, and footage of cofounder Bobby Seale explaining its Ten Point Program and Eldridge Cleaver discussing the Panthers' appeal to the black community
Note 12 & up
Mode of access: Internet
System requirements: FOD playback platform
Closed-captioned
Title from distributor's description
Subject Black Panther Party
African Americans -- History
Mass media and culture
Genre/Form Educational films.
Internet videos.
Add Author Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm)
Films Media Group
Alt Title On Strike
LOCATION CALL NO. STATUS
 INTERNET    ONLINE

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