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Ain't gonna shuffle no more, 1964-1972

By the late 1960s, the anger in poorer urban areas over charges of police burtality was smoldering. In Chicago, a chapter of the Black Panther Party was formed by Fred Hampton. Deaths came at a time when movement activists were increasingly becoming targets of police harassment at both the local and federal levels through COINTELPRO, the F.B.I.'s Counter Intelligence Program. Meanwhile, inmates at New York's Attica prison took over the institution in an effort to publicize intolerable conditions. Many people were killed, including guards. Attica, for some, came to symbolize the brutality of a hardened political regime. -- Container!

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  • "Eyes on the prize : America's civil rights movement"
  • "America at the racial crossroads, 1965-1985"
  • "A nation of law? 1968-1972"
  • "America at the racial crossroads (1965-1985)"@en
  • "Nation of law?, 1968-1971"
  • "America at the racial crossroads, 1965 to 1985"@en
  • "Nation of law? (1968-1971)"
  • "Nation of Law? (1968-1972)"@en
  • "Eyes on the prize two"@en
  • "Eyes on the prize II"
  • "Ain't gonna shuffle no more, 1964-1972"
  • "Ain't gonna shuffle no more, 1964-1972"@en

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  • ""A nation of law?" shows that by the late 1960's, the anger in poorer urban areas over charges of police brutality was smoldering. In Chicago, Fred Hampton formed a Black Panther Party chapter. As the chapter grew, so did police surveillance. In a pre-dawn assault by the police, Panthers Hampton and Mark Clark were killed. The deaths came at a time the movement activists were increasingly becoming targets of police harassment at both the local and federal levels through COINTELPRO, the F.B.I.'s Counter Intelligence Program. During this same period, inmates at New York's Attica prison took over the prison in an effort to publicize intolerable conditions. During the police assault which ended the takeover, several inmates and guards were killed. For some, Attica came to symbolize the brutality of a hardened political regime."
  • "A call to pride and a renewed push for unity galvanizes Black Americans. Telling interviews with athletes, entertainers, and community participants chart Cassius Clay's challenge to America to accept him as Muslim Muhammad Ali, and his fight up to the Supreme Count ... Howard University students' battle to bring their African heritage into the halls of learning ... and the 1972 National Black Political Convention in Gary, IN, that set the stage for unprecedented black political participation. -- container."
  • "By the late 1960s, the anger in poorer urban areas over charges of police burtality was smoldering. In Chicago, a chapter of the Black Panther Party was formed by Fred Hampton. Deaths came at a time when movement activists were increasingly becoming targets of police harassment at both the local and federal levels through COINTELPRO, the F.B.I.'s Counter Intelligence Program. Meanwhile, inmates at New York's Attica prison took over the institution in an effort to publicize intolerable conditions. Many people were killed, including guards. Attica, for some, came to symbolize the brutality of a hardened political regime. -- Container!"@en
  • "This video illustrates the pervasiveness of the black consciousness movement throughout the country in the mid-1960s and early 1970s. Describes the student movement at Howard University for black studies and explores the "coming of age" of black politicians and political activists through a description of the National Black Political Convention at Gary, Indiana."@en
  • "A comprehensive documentary on the American civil rights movement from 1965 to 1985. Examines the Black consciousness movement, its celebration of black values, beauty and culture. Events covered include (Cassius Clay) Mohammed Ali's conversion to Islam and his subsequent draft resistance and the Black Political Convention in Gary, Indiana."
  • "A new sense of pride."@en
  • "By the late 1960's, the anger in the poorer urban areas over charges of police brutality was smoldering. "A nation of law" explores the activites and deaths of Black Panther Party activists Fred Hampton and Mark Clark at the hands of Chicago police, while the deaths of both inmates and guards in quelling the prison riots at Attica prison in upstate New York symbolized for many the brutality of a hardened political regime."
  • "This video illustrates the pervasiveness of the black consciousness movement throughout the country in the mid-1960s and early 1970s. Describes the student movement at Howard University for black studies and explores the "coming of age" of black politicians and political activists through a description of the National Black Political Convention at Gary, Indiana. Uses Cassius Clay, who wanted to be called by his new Islamic name, Muhammad Ali, as an example of blacks rejecting old stereotypes and gaining."@en
  • "First-person accounts and historical footage tell the human stories behind the landmark events of 1954 - 1985 that won black Americans the right to vote, go to the same schools, and live and work in the same places as whites. Perspectives of famous and lesser-known participants illuminate important lessons on race, leadership, and justice."@en
  • "Covers the black consciousness movement throughout the country through the 1960's and ealy 1970's. Discusses Muhammad Ali's political battle over the Vietnam War. Explores the rise of black politicians and activists."
  • "Illustrates the pervasiveness of the Black consciousness movement throughout the country in the mid-1960s and early 1970s. Describes the student movement at Howard University for Black studies and explores the "coming of age" of Black politicians and political activists through a description of the National Black Political Convention at Gary, Indiana. Uses Cassius Clay, who wanted to be called by his new Islamic name, Muhammad Ali, as an example of Blacks rejecting old stereotypes and embracing their history and cultural roots."
  • "Covers the black consciousness movement throughout the country through the mid 1960's and early 1970's, as a new generation of African Americans began to define itself, celebrating black values and culture, and their African roots. Discusses Muhammad Ali's political battle over the Vietnam War. Explores the rise of black politicians and activists."
  • "By the late 1960's, the anger in poorer urban areas over charges of police brutality was smoldering. In Chicago, a chapter of the Black Panther Party was formed by Fred Hampton. Meanwhile, inmates at New York's Attica prison took over the institution in an effort to publicize intolerable conditions. Many people were killed, including guards. Attica, for some, came to symbolize the brutality of a hardened political regime.-- Container."
  • "Covers the black consciousness movement throughout the country through the mid 1960's and early 1970's. Discusses Muhammad Ali's political battle over the Vietnam War. Explores the rise of black politicians and activists."@en
  • "Program illustrates the pervasiveness of the black consciousness movement throughout the country in the mid-1960s and early 1970s. Describes the student movement at Howard University for black studies and explores the "coming of age" of black politicians and political activists through a description of the National Black Political Convention at Gary, Indiana. Uses Cassius Clay, who wanted to be called by his new Islamic name, Muhammad Ali, as an example of blacks rejecting old stereotypes and gaining a new sense of pride."@en
  • "This video illustrates the pervasiveness of the black consciousness movement throughout the country in the mid-1960s and early 1970s. Describes the student movement at Howard University for black studies and explores the "coming of age" of black politicians and political activists through a description of the National Black Political Convention at Gary, Indiana. Uses Cassius Clay, who wanted to be called by his new Islamic name, Muhammad Ali, as an example of blacks rejecting old stereotypes and gaining a new sense of pride."@en
  • "PT. 6 : AIN'T GONNA SHUFFLE NO MORE (1964 - 1972) : A call to pride and a renewed push for unity galvanize black America. World heavyweight champion Cassius Clay challenges America to accept him as Muhammad Ali, a minister of Islam who refuses to fight in Vietnam. Students at Howard University in Washington, D.C., fight to bring the growing black consciousness movement and their African heritage inside the walls of this prominent black institution. Black elected officials and community activists organize the National Black Political Convention in Gary, Indiana, in an attempt to create a unified black response to growing repression against the movement."@en
  • ""Ain't gonna shuffle no more" illustrates the renewed push for Black unity in America. Cassius Clay becomes Muhammed Ali and refuses to fight in Vietnam. The National Black Political Convention is organized in Gary, Indiana and students at Howard University in Washington, D.C. try to bring the Black consciousness movement into the university."
  • "Eyes on the Prize is the most critically acclaimed documentary on civil rights in America. Episode 11: A call to pride and a renewed push for unity galvanize black America. World heavyweight champion Cassius Clay challenges America to accept him as Muhammad Ali, a minister of Islam who refuses to fight in Vietnam. Students at Howard University in Washington, D.C., fight to bring the growing black consciousness movement and their African heritage inside the walls of this prominent black institution. Black elected officials and community activists organize the National Black Political Convention in Gary, Indiana, in an attempt to create a unified black response to growing repression against the movement."@en
  • ""Ain't gonna shuffle no more" shows the emergence of the Black consciousness movement throughout the country in the mid-1960s and early 1970s. World heavyweight champion Cassius Clay struggles to be be called by his Islamic name Muhammad Ali, students at Howard University advocate black studies programs, and black politicians and political activists come to the fore at National Black Political Convention at Gary, Indiana."
  • "PT. 6 : A NATION OF LAW? (1968 - 1971) : Black activism is increasingly met with a sometimes violent and unethical response from local and federal law enforcement agencies. In Chicago, two Black Panther Party leaders are killed in a pre-dawn raid by police acting on information supplied by an FBI informant. In the wake of President Nixon's call to "law and order," stepped-up arrests push the already poor conditions at New York's Attica State Prison to the limit. A five-day inmate takeover calling the public's attention to the conditions leaves 43 men dead: four killed by inmates, 39 by police."@en

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  • "Documentaries and factual films and video"@en
  • "Black films and programs"@en
  • "History"@en
  • "History"
  • "Television programs"@en
  • "Biography"
  • "Documentary television programs"@en
  • "Nonfiction television programs"@en

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  • "Ain't gonna shuffle no more, 1964-1972. A nation of law?, 1968-1971"
  • "Ain't gonna shuffle no more, 1964-1972"
  • "Ain't gonna shuffle no more, 1964-1972"@en
  • "Eyes on the prize II America at the racial crossroads. Ain't gonna shuffle no more, 1964-1972"@en
  • "Ain't gonna shuffle no more (1964-1972) a nation of law? (1968-1971)"@en
  • "Ain't gonna shuffle no more 1964-1972 A nation of law? 1968-1971"
  • "Ain't gonna shuffle no more 1964-1972"
  • "Ain't gonna shuffle no more, 1964-1972. [DVS] ; A nation of law? 1968-1971. [DVS]"@en
  • "Ain't gonna shuffle no more (1964-1972)"@en
  • "Ain't gonna shuffle no more (1964 - 1972) and A nation of Law? (1968 - 1971)"@en
  • "Ain't gonna shuffle no more 1964 - 1972"
  • "Eyes on the prize America at the racial crossroads. Ain't gonna shuffle no more, 1964-1972"@en
  • "Eyes on the prize America at the racial crossroads. Ain't gonna shuffle no more, 1964-1972"
  • "Ain't gonna shuffle no more, 1964-1972 ; A nation of law?, 1968-1971"
  • "Ain't gonna shuffle no more, 1964-1972 [videorecording]"
  • "Eyes on the prize II (Television program). Program 5"@en
  • "Ain't gonna shuffle no more, 1964-1972 ; A nation of law? 1968-1971"