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Author: Michele Norris; National Public Radio (U.S.); HighBridge Audio (Firm)
Publisher: [Minneapolis, Minn.] : HighBridge Audio, 2011.
Series: American chronicles (National Public Radio (U.S.))
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on CD : CD audio : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A compilation of talks on civil rights in American history from National Public Radio, featuring personal recollections along with historical accounts from segments of "All Things Considered," "Morning Edition," "Weekend Edition Saturday," Weekend Edition Sunday," "Talk of the Nation," "News & Notes," and "Tell Me More."
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Genre/Form: Historical radio programs
Radio talk shows
Nonfiction radio programs
History
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Michele Norris; National Public Radio (U.S.); HighBridge Audio (Firm)
ISBN: 9781611745108 : 9781611745085 : 1611745101 161174508X
OCLC Number: 765499416
Notes: Previously aired on National Public Radio between 1984 and 2011.
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Performer(s): Host, Michele Norris.
Description: 3 sound discs (3 hr.) : digital, stereo. ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: Disc one. Introduction by Michele Norris (:57) --
Rosa Parks (All Things Considered, Mar. 3, 1992) (5:28) --
The club from nowhere : cooking for civil rights (Morning Edition, Mar. 4, 2005) (7:02) --
"The forgotten hero" of the civil rights movement (All Things Considered, Oct. 24, 2010) (7:21) --
The first civil rights bus boycott (All Things Considered, June 19, 2003) (5:29) --
Before Rosa Parks, there was Claudette Colvin (Weekend Edition Sunday, Mar. 15, 2009) (6:47) --
Former Pullman porter subtly confronted racism (All Things Considered, May 8, 2009) (6:58) --
"Green book" helped African Americans travel safely (Talk of the Nation, Sept. 15, 2010) (4:10) --
Jim Crow : Blacks survived with dignity (All Things Considered, Jan. 15, 1984) (2:46) --
The power of pictures in the struggle for civil rights (Weekend Edition Sunday, Aug. 1, 2010) (6:15) --
Emmett Till and the impact of images (Morning Edition, June 23, 2004) (9:03) --
Disc two. Mahalia Jackson : voice of the civil rights movement (All Things Considered, Feb. 8, 2010) (5:28) --
Wallace in the schoolhouse door (Morning Edition, June 11, 2003) (7:26) --
Breaking the color barrier (All Things Considered, May 6, 2004) (12:20) --
Sound vault : The Civil Rights Act (Tell Me More, July 5, 2007) (2:16) --
Mississippi 1964 : civil rights and unrest (All Things Considered, June 16, 2005) (11:32) --
James Farmer and the freedom summer (Weekend Edition Sunday, June 18, 1989) (8;32) --
Freedom Riders (Tell Me More, May 4, 2011) (10:42) --
Disc three. Rep. John Lewis on prosecuting the past (Weekend Edition Saturday, June 25, 2005) (5:56) --
The legacy of Medgar Evans (All Things Considered, June 10, 2003) (7:48) --
Julian Bond remembers the SNCC (Talk of the Nation, April 15, 2010) (6:19) --
Looking back to hear Malcolm X (News & Notes, Feb. 21, 2005) (3:54) --
Dorothy Height sees dream come true (Tell Me More, Nov. 6, 2008) (8:38) --
Radio history : March on Washington recalled (All Things Considered, Aug. 28, 2003) (12:35) --
Remembering King and the 'fierce urgency of now' (Weekend Edition Sunday, Jan. 14, 2010) (3:11) --
Martin Luther King, "at Canaan's edge" (Weekend Edition Sunday, Jan. 15, 2006) (12:11).
Series Title: American chronicles (National Public Radio (U.S.))
Other Titles: All things considered (Radio program)
Morning edition.
Weekend edition Saturday (Radio program)
Weekend edition Sunday (Radio program)
Talk of the nation (Radio program)
News and notes (Radio program)
Tell me more (Radio program)

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A compilation of talks on civil rights in American history from National Public Radio, featuring personal recollections along with historical accounts from segments of "All Things Considered," "Morning Edition," "Weekend Edition Saturday," Weekend Edition Sunday," "Talk of the Nation," "News & Notes," and "Tell Me More."

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