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Lesson #1

Civil Rights: In Their Words (Part 1)

Materials: - Civil Rights video clips - “Blackjack Video Analysis Sheet

Supplemental Materials

1. Pastor Vernon Lyons from Ashburn discusses his opposition to integration.
2. Carol Johnson, white homemaker, discusses her views on the Civil Rights Movement.
3. In this Video, Herbert, a successful man discusses the struggles he encounters in white America.
4. Sylvia O'Donnel, a school teacher, discusses her struggles teaching in integrated schools.
5. Ida Shoatz discusses her frustrations with the struggles that black Americans face in everyday society.
6. Milton Spencer and Alan M. Baldwin are two Baltimore police officers. One white, one black. They discus their views on being a police officer during the Civil Rights Movement.
7. In this video, a black business owner expresses his disdain for bankers that are unwilling to invest in black communities.
8. Emmett Beard, Vietnam Veteran, discusses the pros and cons of non-violent protest.
9. In this video, a labor union boss discusses the lack of minority members in the labor union.
10. Major General George Gelston and others discuss violent civil unrest in the wake of the Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassination.
11. A black youth organization discusses merits of using "any means necessary" to end black oppression.
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        360 North State Street, Chicago, IL 60654-5411  P. 312-245-8200      Museum of Broadcast Communications (MBC) © 2017   All rights reserved.©  
 Museum of Broadcast Communications was made possible thanks to a generous grant by:
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Lesson #1

Civil Rights: In Their Words (Part 1)

Materials: - Civil Rights video clips - “Blackjack Video Analysis Sheet

Supplemental Materials

1. Pastor Vernon Lyons from Ashburn discusses his opposition to integration.
2. Carol Johnson, white homemaker, discusses her views on the Civil Rights Movement.
3. In this Video, Herbert, a successful man discusses the struggles he encounters in white America.
4. Sylvia O'Donnel, a school teacher, discusses her struggles teaching in integrated schools.
5. Ida Shoatz discusses her frustrations with the struggles that black Americans face in everyday society.
6. Milton Spencer and Alan M. Baldwin are two Baltimore police officers. One white, one black. They discus their views on being a police officer during the Civil Rights Movement.
7. In this video, a black business owner expresses his disdain for bankers that are unwilling to invest in black communities.
8. Emmett Beard, Vietnam Veteran, discusses the pros and cons of non-violent protest.
9. In this video, a labor union boss discusses the lack of minority members in the labor union.
10. Major General George Gelston and others discuss violent civil unrest in the wake of the Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassination.
11. A black youth organization discusses merits of using "any means necessary" to end black oppression.
GO BACK to  Lesson #1 Worksheet