|提及的人：||Martin Luther King, Jr.|
James A DeVinney; Callie Crossley; Julian Bond; Henry Hampton; Steve Fayer; Jon Else; PBS Video.; WGBH (Television station : Boston, Mass.); Blackside, Inc.; Public Broadcasting Service (U.S.)
|注意：||Presented by WGBH. Produced by Blackside, Inc., Boston, Mass.
Originally broadcast on PBS.
|餘額：||Creator/executive producer, Henry Hampton ; series writer, Steve Fayer ; series producer, Jon Else ; camera, Jon Else ... [et al.] ; editor, Charles Scott.|
|表演者：||Narrator, Julian Bond.|
|描述：||1 videocassette (60 min.) : sd., col. with b&w sequences ; 1/2 in. + 1 series guide ( p. : ill. ; 30 cm.)|
|其他題名：||America's civil rights years
Bridge to freedom, 1965
|責任：||produced, directed and written by James A. DeVinney and Callie Crossley.|
Last in a six-part docmentary series on the American civil rights movement. In this segment, the lessons of a decade are brought to bear in the climactic 1965 Freedom March from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama, when thousands joined together to march fifty miles for freedom. During the drive to make voting rights a national issue, strategic and ideological differences began to surface between Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) and the younger activists of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC). As white "backlash" and segregationist resistance intensified, President Lyndon B. Johnson promised to further the movement's legislative goals. Then, as the movement began to splinter into factions, the National Voting Rights Act became federal law.
- King, Martin Luther, -- Jr., -- 1929-1968.
- Southern Christian Leadership Conference.
- Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (U.S.)
- Civil rights movements -- United States.
- Civil rights demonstrations -- United States.
- Race discrimination -- United States.
- African Americans -- Social conditions -- 1964-1975.
- African American leadership.
- African Americans -- Suffrage.
- African Americans -- Civil rights -- History.
- Voter registration -- Alabama.
- Selma-Montgomery Rights March, 1965.
- Civil rights -- United States -- History.
- United States -- Race relations -- History.
- Documentary films.
- Films for the hearing impaired.