Norman Gorin; Philip Scheffler; William Peters; Dan Rather; Mike Wallace; Martin Agronsky; Charles Kuralt; Harry Reasoner; Robert F Kennedy; Carl Sanders; Roy Wilkins; CBS News.; CBS Television Network.; Films for the Humanities (Firm)
|餘額：||"CBS News special report."|
|表演者：||Reporters: Dan Rather, Mike Wallace, Martin Agronsky, Charles Kuralt, Harry Reasoner.|
|活動注釋：||"Originally aired on the CBS Television Network on May 13, 1964."|
|描述：||1 videocassette (58 min.) : sound, black and white ; 1/2 in.|
|叢書名：||Civil rights movement, primary sources.|
|其他題名：||Ten years after Brown :|
|責任：||CBS News ; producers, Philip Scheffler, William Peters ; directed by Norman Gorin.|
The 1954 Brown vs. Board of Education of Topeka ruling made it clear that segregation would not be tolerated and that states must comply with federal law. In this program, filmed ten years after Brown, news correspondents report on the mixed progress made toward integrating public schools in Nashville, New Rochelle, New Orleans and Prince Edward County, Virginia. Stumbling blocks such as faculty segregation, busing and segregational zoning are examined. A discussion featuring Attorney General Robert Kennedy, Georgia Governor Carl Sanders and Ex-Secretary of the NAACP, Roy Wilkins concludes the program.
- School integration -- United States -- Case studies.
- Busing for school integration -- United States.
- Segregation in education -- United States.
- Zoning, Exclusionary -- United States.
- African Americans -- Civil rights.
- African Americans -- Education -- Case studies.
- United States -- Race relations -- Case studies.
- Documentary television programs.
- African Americans -- Education.
- Busing for school integration.
- Race relations.
- School integration.
- Segregation in education.
- Zoning, Exclusionary.
- United States.