22 items found
Collection ID is exactly "13" AND Subject is exactly "Demonstrations"
GOV. FARRIS BRYANT PRESS CONFERENCE

GOV. FARRIS BRYANT PRESS CONFERENCE

Date
1964-04-02
Description
Tension mounts in this press conference when Gov. Farris Bryant declines to comment at length on the purpose of a secretive personal trip to Washington, D.C. He remarks on the use of the Florida National Guard in response to racial or civil unrest, construction plans for the Florida causeway and the success of the Florida Development Commission. Gov. Bryant also comments on the arrest of Elizabeth Peabody, mother of then-Massachusetts Gov. Endicott Peabody, for her participation in a civil rights march in St. Augustine. Produced by the Florida Development Commission.
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Gov. Farris Bryant Press Conference

Gov. Farris Bryant Press Conference

Date
1964-04-10
Description
Gov. Bryant comments on the creation of a civil rights committee to assist in communication and "cooling down" racial tensions in St. Augustine following the outbreak of riots in that city. There are several in-camera edits. Produced by the Florida Development Commission.
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GOV. FARRIS BRYANT PRESS CONFERENCE

GOV. FARRIS BRYANT PRESS CONFERENCE

Date
1964-07-17
Description
Gov. Bryant comments on attendance statistics for Florida Pavilion visitors at the World's Fair, civil unrest and racial tensions in St. Augustine, and his prediction for the 1964 national elections. There are several in-camera edits. Produced by the Florida Development Commission.
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Pensacola Panorama

Pensacola Panorama

Date
1960 (circa)
Description
This film shows the many attractions in Pensacola. There are scenes of the Blue Angels; the Naval Aerospace Medical Institute, which was home to Miss Baker, a squirrel monkey who was the United States' first live space traveler; the National Museum of Naval Aviation; the Fiesta of Five Flags; the Pensacola Lighthouse; and many other attractions. The narrator briefly describes each attraction.
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PROTEST DEMONSTRATIONS

PROTEST DEMONSTRATIONS

Date
1970 (circa)
Description
This work film contains segments featuring a variety of protest demonstrations. Viewers see: a picket line of African-Americans protesting poor housing conditions at Tallahassee's City Hall; a "Stop ERA" rally flooding the Capitol steps and grounds; lines of tractors filling the highway on their way to the Capitol; students participating in an "Anti-Iran" demonstration on the Florida State University campus; a "No Death-Penalty" sit-in occupying the park in front of the Governor's Mansion; and demonstrators protesting the Crystal Springs Nuclear Plant at the new Capitol Building. The segment ends with footage of a large group of African-Americans assembled outside a Tallahassee municipal building with protest signs. Produced by WFSU-TV.
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QUIET REVOLUTION

QUIET REVOLUTION

Date
n.d.
Description
This film begins with documentary footage of fires and arrests during race riots to illustrate the "revolutionary" atmosphere of 1960s. It then tells how Jacksonville's consolidated government is a quiet revolution that benefits everyone. The film definitely pushes the concept, but has good visuals.
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REVEREND C.K. STEELE

REVEREND C.K. STEELE

Date
1970 (circa)
Description
This film begins with a demonstration by blacks protesting the shooting of a black man outside Jones' Grocery Store in Tallahassee. The Rev. Steele addresses opponents on the naming of Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. and the KKK in Tallahassee. There is another demonstration through downtown Tallahassee led by Steele ending on the steps of the Capitol. The Rev. Jesse Jackson speaks at a FAMU banquet. Produced by WFSU-TV.
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Selma, Alabama Demonstration

Selma, Alabama Demonstration

Date
1965
Description
This film contains footage of the March 1965 voter registration demonstrations in Selma, Alabama. There is sound at the beginning, but the majority of the film is raw footage with no sound. It first shows African American protesters, including students, marching and singing in front of a courthouse. There is footage with sound of Martin Luther King Jr. speaking, followed by scenes of Andrew Young, John L. Lewis and other black leaders. The film also includes scenes around the Edmund Pettus Bridge, including the violent police attack on the marchers shown from a distance. An injured protester is shown being lifted by other protesters and a police officer, and there are several scenes of armed police officers before and after the violence. The film also shows Governor LeRoy Collins arriving to view the march and going to speak with Martin Luther King Jr. President Lyndon Johnson appointed Collins head of the Community Relations Service (CRS) in 1964. At the request of President Johnson, Collins came to Selma on behalf of the CRS to help mediate a solution to the crisis. After the footage from 1965, there is also a fragment from a later piece, also without sound, that includes shots of the Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta and Martin Luther King Sr.
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SENATOR GEORGE SMATHERS REPORTS - STOKELY CARMICHAEL

SENATOR GEORGE SMATHERS REPORTS - STOKELY CARMICHAEL

Date
1966
Description
Sen. George Smathers denounces Stokely Carmichael's statements persuading African-Americans to avoid the draft. He also mentions "professional agitators" who have made careers out of inciting riots and stimulating unrest in the South. The segment concludes with material on the Airlines Strike. Produced by the Senate Recording Studios.
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SENATOR GEORGE SMATHERS REPORTS - TEST BAN TREATY/CIVIL RIGHTS MARCH

SENATOR GEORGE SMATHERS REPORTS - TEST BAN TREATY/CIVIL RIGHTS MARCH

Date
1964 (circa)
Description
Sen. George Smathers comments on the need for a test ban treaty to preserve the world's environment from further nuclear weapons tests. The senator also comments on the upcoming civil rights march on Washington. Finally, Smathers discusses the possibility of a nationwide railroad strike. Produced by the Senate Recording Studios.
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Identifier Title Type Subject Thumbnail
GOV. FARRIS BRYANT PRESS CONFERENCE GOV. FARRIS BRYANT PRESS CONFERENCE Civil rights
Demonstrations
Governors-Florida
Infrastructure
Politicians
Politics
Race relations
Transportation
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Gov. Farris Bryant Press Conference Gov. Farris Bryant Press Conference African American history
Civil rights
Demonstrations
Governors-Florida
Integration
Politicians
Politics
Race relations
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GOV. FARRIS BRYANT PRESS CONFERENCEGOV. FARRIS BRYANT PRESS CONFERENCEAfrican American history
Civil rights
Demonstrations
Exhibitions
Governors-Florida
Politicians
Politics
Promotional films
Race relations
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Pensacola Panorama Pensacola Panorama Attractions
Aviation industry
Beaches
Demonstrations
Museums
Promotional films
Recreation
Tourism
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PROTEST DEMONSTRATIONS PROTEST DEMONSTRATIONS African Americans
Capital punishment
Death penalty
Demonstrations
Nuclear power
Politics
Protesters
Protests
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QUIET REVOLUTION QUIET REVOLUTION Demonstrations
Local government
Promotional films
Race relations
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REVEREND C.K. STEELE REVEREND C.K. STEELE African American history
Civil rights activists
Civil rights leaders-1940-1980
Civil rights movement
Civil rights movements-Florida-Tallahassee-History-20th century
Demonstrations
Protests
White supremacist organizations
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Selma, Alabama DemonstrationSelma, Alabama DemonstrationAfrican American history
Civil rights
Civil rights movement
Demonstrations
Voting rights
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SENATOR GEORGE SMATHERS REPORTS - STOKELY CARMICHAEL SENATOR GEORGE SMATHERS REPORTS - STOKELY CARMICHAEL Activists
African American
Demonstrations
Politicians
Politics
Protests
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SENATOR GEORGE SMATHERS REPORTS - TEST BAN TREATY/CIVIL RIGHTS MARCHSENATOR GEORGE SMATHERS REPORTS - TEST BAN TREATY/CIVIL RIGHTS MARCHArms race
Civil rights
Civil rights movement
Cold War
Demonstrations
Labor strikes
Nuclear weapons
Politicians
Politics
Railroads
United States-Foreign relations-Soviet Union
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