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Bond, Julian 1940-2015

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This light of ours : activist photographers of the civil rights movement by Leslie G Kelen( )

8 editions published in 2011 in English and held by 1,667 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"This Light of Ours: Activist Photographers of the Civil Rights Movement is a paradigm-shifting publication that presents the Civil Rights Movement through the work of nine activist photographers - men and women who chose to document the national struggle against segregation and other forms within the movement. Unlike images produced by photojournalists, who covered breaking news events, these photographers lived within the movement - and documented its activities by focusing on the student activists and local people who together made it happen. The core of the book is a selection of 151 black-and-white photographers Bob Adelman, George Ballis, Bob Fitch, Bob Fletcher, Matt Herron, David Prince, Herbert Randall, Maria Varela, and Tamio Wakayama. Images are grouped around four movement themes and convey SNCC's organizing strategies, resolve in the face of violence, impact on local and national politics, and influence on the nation's consciousness. The photographs and texts of This Light of Ours reminds us that the movement was a battleground, that the battle was successfully fought by thousands of "ordinary" Americans amongst whom were the nation's courageous youth, and that the movement's moral vision and impact continue to shape our lives."--Jacket
Eyes on the prize( Visual )

2 editions published in 2006 in English and held by 1,204 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Vols. 1-3 tell the story of America's civil rights years from 1954 to 1965; vols. 4-7 examine the new America from 1966 to 1985, from community power to the human alienation of urban poverty
Eyes on the Prize : America's Civil Rights Years( Visual )

2 editions published in 2010 in English and held by 1,194 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The definitive story of the Civil Rights era from the point of view of the ordinary men and women whose extraordinary actions launched a movement that changed the fabric of American life, and embodied a struggle whose reverberations are felt today
If they come in the morning : voices of resistance by Angela Y Davis( Book )

5 editions published between 1971 and 2016 in English and held by 1,047 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

From the Dust Jacket: The trial of Angela Yvonne Davis in connection with the prisoner revolt by three black prisoners on August 7, 1970 at the Marin County Courthouse will be remembered as one of America's most historic political trials, and no one can tell the story better than Miss Davis herself. This book is also perhaps the most comprehensive and thorough analysis of that increasingly important symbol-the political prisoner. Of her trial, Miss Davis writes, "I am charged with three capital offenses-murder, kidnapping and conspiracy. My life is at stake in this case-not simply the life of a lone individual, but a life which has been given over to the struggles of my people, a life which belongs to Black people who are tired of poverty, and racism, of the unjust imprisonment of tens of thousands of our brothers and sisters." "I stand before this court", she declares, "as a target of a political frame up which, far from pointing to my culpability, implicates the State of California as an agent of political repression. I declare publicly before the court, before the people of this country, that I am innocent of all charges which have been leveled against me by the State of California." On the central theme of this book Miss Davis contends that "the offense of the political prisoner in his political boldness, his consistent challenges-legally or extra-legally-of fundamental social wrongs fostered and reinforced by the state. He has opposed unjust laws and exploitative, racist social conditions in general, with the ultimate aim of transforming these laws and the society into an order harmonious with the material and spiritual need and interests of the vast majority of its members." Regarding his own defense, Ruchell Magee, the only prisoner who survived the same revolt and one of the many impressive contributors in this invaluable volume which includes George Jackson, Fleeta Drumgo, John Cluthcette, James Baldwin, Bobby Seale and Ericka Huggins, states, "For over seven years I have been forced to stay in slavery on fraudulent pleas of guilty, made by attorneys, court-appointed attorneys, over my objection, over my plea of not guilty, and over my testimony of not guilty."
A time to speak, a time to act; the movement in politics by Julian Bond( Book )

4 editions published in 1972 in English and held by 963 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Lift every voice and sing : a celebration of the Negro national anthem( Book )

5 editions published in 2000 in English and held by 917 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Pasted into Bibles, schoolbooks, and hearts, "Lift Every Voice and Sing," written by J. Rosamond Johnson and James Weldon Johnson in 1900, has become one of the most beloved songs in the African American community - taught for years in schools, churches, and civic organizations. Adopted by the NAACP as its official song in the 1920s and sung throughout the civil rights movement, it is still heard today at gatherings across America." "In celebration of the song's centennial, Julian Bond and Sondra Kathryn Wilson have collected one hundred essays by artists, educators, politicians, and activists reflecting on their personal experiences with the song. Also featuring photos from historical archives, Lift Every Voice and Sing is a moving illustration of the African American experience in the past century."--Jacket
In remembrance of Martin( Visual )

9 editions published between 1996 and 2011 in English and held by 903 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Personal comments from family members, friends, former classmates, and advisors are chronicled in this moving piece honoring Dr. Martin Luther King. Includes the "I have a dream" speech on the Lincoln Memorial and other memorable events
The Black Panthers speak by Philip Sheldon Foner( Book )

2 editions published between 1970 and 2014 in English and held by 806 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Collection of representative writings of the Black Panther Party documenting their efforts to build an insurgent African-American movement in the face of repression
Combined destinies : whites sharing grief about racism by Ann Todd Jealous( )

1 edition published in 2013 in English and held by 740 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

By beginning a conversation that encourages self-examination and compassion, Combined Destinies invites its readers to look at how white Americans have been hurt by the very ideology that their ancestors created. Editors Ann Todd Jealous and Caroline T. Haskell, both experienced psychotherapists skilled at facilitating dialogue about racial issues, are cognizant of the challenges that even the thought of such conversations often presents. Their book is based on the premise that for positive and lasting change to occur, it is necessary to open hearts as well as minds. This courageous anthology
NAACP : celebrating a century : 100 years in pictures( Book )

3 editions published in 2009 in English and held by 642 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The NAACP is built on the collective courage of thousands of people of all races, nationalities, and faiths united in one premise, that all men and women are created equal. Now celebrating its one-hundred-year anniversary, the nation's oldest civil rights organization is captured in this visually stunning and groundbreaking book
The two nations of black America by Henry Louis Gates( Visual )

4 editions published between 1998 and 2008 in English and held by 568 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"In this Frontline report, correspondent Henry Louis Gates, Jr., a Harvard scholar, explores the gaping chasm between the upper and lower classes of black America and probes why it has happened: "How have we reached this point where we have both the largest black middle class and the largest black underclass in our history?" His personal essay draws a picture of growing black success along with the deepening black despair and argues that black upper classes now have more in common with their white colleagues and peers than with those they have left behind in the inner cities. Reviewing the thirty years that have passed since the death of Martin Luther King, Jr., Gates shows that while many blacks reaped the reward of the civil rights movement and affirmative action and gained middle class status, just as many were left behind in an expanding underclass of poverty. The program features interviews with prominent blacks such as Cornel West, William Julius Wilson and Maulana Karenga as well as civil rights veterans like Eldridge Cleaver, Angela Davis and Julian Bond. While they differ on historical interpretation, they all agree that the next phase of the black liberation struggle must be focused on economic deprivation and the class divide."--Container
Hijacking catastrophe : 9/11, fear & the selling of American empire( Visual )

7 editions published between 2004 and 2014 in English and held by 549 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This film discusses how the events of 9/11/2001 have influenced United States politics, from advancing a pre-existing military agenda to rolling back civil liberties and social programs. This documentary features interviews with leading commentators on the events of 9/11 and the war in Iraq
Eyes on the prize. America's civil rights movement( Visual )

19 editions published between 1992 and 2017 in English and Undetermined and held by 533 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The keys to the kingdom (1974-1980) : "Famous and lesser-known participants recount the remedies used to solve the problems of discrimination in schools and the workplace. For blacks and whites in Boston, court-ordered busing proves an unpopular means of integrating schools. Atlanta's first black mayor, Maynard Jackson pursues affirmative action to help combat the city's poverty rate. The Bakke Supreme Court case challenges affirmative action when a white man sues a university on grounds of 'reverse discrimination'"--Container
The shadow of hate : a history of intolerance in America by Sara Bullard( Visual )

9 editions published between 1995 and 2012 in English and held by 469 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

A historical overview of religious, ethnic, and racial intolerance in the United States, beginning with colonial times and continuing to the present day, and focusing on such atrocities as the 19th century massacre of Native Americans at Wounded Knee, the World War Two internment of Japanese-Americans, and the Leo Frank lynching in Georgia in 1913
Emmett Till : the murder that shocked the world and propelled the civil rights movement by Devery S Anderson( )

2 editions published between 2015 and 2017 in English and held by 432 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Emmett Till offers the first truly comprehensive account of the 1955 murder and its aftermath. It tells the story of Emmett Till, the fourteen-year-old African American boy from Chicago brutally lynched for a harmless flirtation at a country store in the Mississippi Delta. His death and the acquittal of his killers by an all-white jury set off a firestorm of protests that reverberated all over the world and spurred on the civil rights movement. Like no other event in modern history, the death of Emmett Till provoked people all over the United States to seek social change."--Publisher information
A Time for justice : America's civil rights movement by Charles Guggenheim( Visual )

17 editions published between 1992 and 2011 in English and held by 423 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Depicts African-Americans' struggle for civil rights in the South, recalling the crises in Montgomery, Little Rock, Birmingham, and Selma and reveals the heroism of the individuals involved. A Time for Justice was directed by the late Charles Guggenheim, a four time Oscar winner. In the film, the voices of activists trace major events of the civil rights movement, from the death of Emmett Till in 1955 to the passage of the Voting Rights Act of 1965. Grace Guggenheim, the director's daughter, oversaw the restoration of the film, which won the 1994 Academy Award for Best Documentary Short Subject. It was the first Teaching Tolerance film to win an Oscar. - from publisher
Oh Freedom After While( Visual )

6 editions published in 1999 in English and held by 377 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"In January 1939, Missouri Bootheel sharecroppers--black and white--staged a dramatic roadside protest to protest unjust treatment by local plantation owners. Their demonstration spurred the U.S. government to develop new housing for displaced sharecroppers. Some demonstrators also established a remarkable farming community--and learned how to make lasting change in their lives"--Container
Eyes on the prize : America's civil rights years( Visual )

32 editions published between 1986 and 2017 in English and held by 368 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Vols. 1-6 tell the story of America's civil rights years from 1954 to 1965; v. 7-14 examines the new America from 1966 to 1985, from community power to the human alienation of urban poverty
Adam Clayton Powell by Richard Kilberg( Visual )

13 editions published between 1989 and 2009 in English and held by 345 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

A look at the most influential and flamboyant civil rights leader in America from the 1930s through the 1950s. From his emergence as a pastor of Harlem's Abyssinian Baptist Church, to his riotous political climb and eventual ruin. He had an illustrious but controversial career. He had multiple marriages, taunted the white establishment, his desegregation of Congress, and his shameful smearing of Martin Luther King Jr
Eyes on the prize. America's civil rights movement by Julian Bond( Visual )

14 editions published between 1986 and 2010 in English and held by 333 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Bridge to freedom (1965) : When civil rights protesters marching from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama were assaulted by police, national outrage over the brutality led to President Johnson providing the protection of federal troops, and ultimately to the Voting Rights Act of 1965
 
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If they come in the morning : voices of resistance
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If they come in the morning : voices of resistanceLift every voice and sing : a celebration of the Negro national anthemIn remembrance of MartinNAACP : celebrating a century : 100 years in picturesThe two nations of black AmericaEyes on the prize. America's civil rights movementEyes on the prize : America's civil rights years
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Bond, Horace Julian 1940-2015

Bond, Julian, 1940-

Julian Bond activista social de Estados Unidos

Julian Bond American social activist

Julian Bond Amerikaans politicus (1940-2015)

Julian Bond militant pour les droits civiques américain

Джулиан Бонд

جوليان بوند سياسي أمريكي

جولیان باند سیاست‌مدار آمریکایی

ജൂലിയൻ ബോണ്ട്

ジュリアン・ボンド

朱莉安·龐德

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