15 items found
Collection ID is exactly "13" AND Subject is exactly "Segregation"
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PRESIDENT KENNEDY/FLORIDA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

PRESIDENT KENNEDY/FLORIDA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

Date
1963
Description
This film, made only a few days before his assassination, is of President Kennedy speaking to members of the Florida Chamber of Commerce in Tampa. The President enters the building with US Senators George Smathers and Sam Gibbons and Gov. Farris Bryant. He is introduced by the governor. President Kennedy addresses such topics as education, taxes, federal versus state controls, Cuba, Fidel Castro and segregation.
Collection
REVEREND HUDSON - REVEREND C.K. STEELE INTERVIEW

REVEREND HUDSON - REVEREND C.K. STEELE INTERVIEW

Date
1980-05-22
Description
The Rev. Hudson of Bethel Baptist Church in Tallahassee comments on his role in the desegregation battle and the contributions of the Rev. C.K. Steele. He mentions the Tallahassee transportation boycott and discusses Steele's influence on him. Produced by WFSU-TV.
Collection
Reverend Hudson - Reverend C.K. Steele Interview

Reverend Hudson - Reverend C.K. Steele Interview

Date
1980-05-22
Description
The Rev. Hudson of Bethel Baptist Church in Tallahassee discusses the role that church life played in the struggle for desegregation. He comments that the church was the integral element in unifying all the disparate organizations in the civil rights movement and adds additional thoughts on the role of prominent leaders in those organizations. Produced by WFSU-TV.
Collection
St. Augustine Civil Rights Demonstrations, 1964

St. Augustine Civil Rights Demonstrations, 1964

Date
1964
Description
This film provides extensive footage of the St. Augustine civil rights demonstrations. It shows demonstrations by blacks on the beach in St. Augustine, counter demonstrations by whites, speeches made by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Governor Farris Bryant, and speeches by segregationists such as Reverend Connie Lynch, Richard "Hoss" Manucy, and Klansman J.B. Stoner. It also includes scenes of the highway patrol sent in to assist local law enforcement officials.
Collection
THE GREAT ADVENTURE

THE GREAT ADVENTURE

Date
1953 (circa)
Description
This is the same film as BA076 with slightly different scenes at the head and tail. There is no indication of which was the first edit or why changes were made. The film covers state universities, architecture, segregation and 1950s clothing styles.
Collection
Identifier Title Type Subject Thumbnail
PRESIDENT KENNEDY/FLORIDA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE PRESIDENT KENNEDY/FLORIDA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Cold War
Cuban Revolution
Governors-Florida
Presidents-United States
Politicians
Politics
Segregation
Speeches
Taxation
United States-Foreign relations-Cuba
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REVEREND HUDSON - REVEREND C.K. STEELE INTERVIEW REVEREND HUDSON - REVEREND C.K. STEELE INTERVIEW African American history
Civil rights
Civil rights activists
Civil rights movements
Florida-History-20th century
Integration
Segregation
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Reverend Hudson - Reverend C.K. Steele InterviewReverend Hudson - Reverend C.K. Steele InterviewAfrican American history
Civil rights
Civil rights activists
Civil rights movements
Florida-History-20th century
Integration
Segregation
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St. Augustine Civil Rights Demonstrations, 1964St. Augustine Civil Rights Demonstrations, 1964African American history
Civil rights
Civil rights movement
Demonstrations
Discrimination
Integration
Governors--Florida
Race riots
Segregation
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THE GREAT ADVENTURE THE GREAT ADVENTURE College sports
Higher education
Promotional films
Segregation
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