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Let Freedom Ring

The Civil Rights movement becomes the most effective social movement in U.S. history. During this era, Martin Luther King, Jr. marches on Washington, and Little Rock's high school is integrated. John F. Kennedy is inaugurated as President of the United States.

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  • "NBC News presents Let freedom ring"
  • "Southern literature, 1963 to the new century"
  • "Moments from the civil rights movement, 1954-1965"@en
  • "Let freedom ring"
  • "Southern Literature, 1963 to the New Century"

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  • "The Civil Rights movement becomes the most effective social movement in U.S. history. During this era, Martin Luther King, Jr. marches on Washington, and Little Rock's high school is integrated. John F. Kennedy is inaugurated as President of the United States."@en
  • "As America began to confront the injustices of Jim Crow, a new generation of literary voices rose up from below the Mason-Dixon Line--voices that spoke not just to the soul of the South but to the nation's. This program examines Southern American literature from the early 1960s to today's literary landscape. It highlights the work of Walker Percy, Alice Walker, William Styron, Ernest Gaines, Reynolds Price, Alex Haley, Margaret Walker, Lee Smith, Larry Brown, Clyde Edgerton, Pat Conroy, and others. Interviews with many of these authors, including Alice Walker and William Styron, are also featured. Dramatized readings help to illuminate passages from Percy's The Moviegoer, Styron's The Confessions of Nat Turner, and Lee Smith's Fair and Tender Ladies."
  • "NBCs original coverage of the civil rights movement in the U.S. Contains a bonus half hour interview with Dr. Martin Luther King."@en
  • "NBCs original coverage of the civil rights movement in the U.S. Contains a bonus half hour interview with Dr. Martin Luther King."
  • "Despite the colossal and continuing legacy of America's civil rights era, the movement is often best understood through the historical moments in which it took place. This NBC News program presents original coverage from frontline correspondents and camera teams at work during critical junctures in America's battle for racial equality. Hosted by NBC anchor Lester Holt, the video examines the Greensboro sit-ins; the Freedom Rider phenomenon; the efforts by, in support of, and against black students entering southern schools and universities; the March on Washington; and other events and initiatives."@en
  • "Despite the colossal and continuing legacy of America's civil rights era, the movement is often best understood through the historical moments in which it took place. This NBC News program presents original coverage from frontline correspondents and camera teams at work during critical junctures in America's battle for racial equality. Hosted by NBC anchor Lester Holt, the video examines the Greensboro sit-ins; the Freedom Rider phenomenon; the efforts by, in support of, and against black students entering southern schools and universities; the March on Washington; and other events and initiatives."
  • "As America began to confront the injustices of Jim Crow, a new generation of literary voices rose up from below the Mason-Dixon Line - voices that spoke not just to the soul of the South but to the nation's. This program examines Southern American literature from the early 1960s to today's literary landscape. It highlights the work of Walker Percy, Alice Walker, William Styron, Ernest Gaines, Reynolds Price, Alex Haley, Margaret Walker, Lee Smith, Larry Brown, Clyde Edgerton, Pat Conroy, and others. Interviews with many of these authors, including Alice Walker and William Styron, are also featured. Dramatized readings help to illuminate passages from Percy's The Moviegoer, Styron's The Confessions of Nat Turner, and Lee Smith's Fair and Tender Ladies."
  • "Despite the colossal and continuing legacy of America's civil rights era, the movement is often best understood through the historical moments in which it took place. This NBC News program presents original coverage from frontline correspondents and camera teams at work during critical junctures in America's battle for racial equality. Hosted by NBC anchor Lester Holt, the video examines the Greensboro sit-ins; the Freedom Rider phenomenon; the efforts by, in support of, and against black students entering southern schools and universities; the March on Washington; and other events and initiatives. The DVD version contains a bonus half-hour interview with Dr. Martin Luther King following the success of the Montgomery Bus Boycott. Not available in French-speaking Canada. (47 minutes + 53 minutes of bonus material)."@en

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  • "Documentary films"
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  • "Biography"
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  • "Let Freedom Ring"@en
  • "Let Freedom Ring: Moments from the Civil Rights Movement, 1954-1965"@en
  • "Let freedom ring Southern literature, 1963 to the new century"
  • "Let freedom ring Moments from the civil rights movement, 1954-1965"@en
  • "Let freedom ring : moments from the Civil Rights Movement, 1954-1965"
  • "Let freedom ring moments from the civil rights movement, 1954-1965"@en
  • "Let freedom ring moments from the civil rights movement, 1954-1965"
  • "Let freedom ring the story of modern southern literature"