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Fri Mar 21 17:08:36 2014 UTClccn-n906049240.00A dream of freedom: the civil right movement from 1954 to 1968 /0.311.00[Fred Shuttlesworth, half-length portrait, facing front, points a finger in warning to city officials]226090893Fred_Shuttlesworthn 906049242672699Robinson, Freddie Lee, 1922-2011lccn-n85320039Manis, Andrew Michaellccn-n89128996Connor, Eugene1897-1973lccn-n86145721Brimner, Larry Danenc-service stationService Stationbkdnc-calkins creekCalkins Creekpblnp-anton, billAnton, Billbkdlccn-no2011095466Boyds Mills Presspbllccn-n78013913Garrow, David J.1953-lccn-n79084324King, Martin LutherJr1929-1968lccn-n81095470Blackside, IncShuttlesworth, Fred L.1922-2011HistoryTrials, litigation, etcSermonsSourcesInterviewsAfrican Americans--Civil rightsRace relationsCivil rights movementsAlabama--BirminghamShuttlesworth, Fred L.,Civil rights workersUnited StatesAfrican AmericansCivil rightsSegregationConnor, Eugene,Baptists--ClergyPoliticiansSpeeches, addresses, etc., AmericanCivil rights demonstrationsKing, Martin Luther,--Jr.,Southern StatesAfrican Americans--SegregationAfrican Americans--Social conditionsAlabama Christian Movement for Human RightsMarch on Washington for Jobs and FreedomSocial historyRace discriminationGeorgia--AlbanySegregation in transportationAlabama--MontgomeryTill, Emmett,Parks, Rosa,Washington (D.C.)Race discrimination--Law and legislationMills, SteveVanzant, IyanlaMcNair, Steve,BlacksMurray, CecilErving, JuliusGreen, Al,Cheeks, MauriceHolmes, KellyLumbly, CarlSisulu, Walter MaxUpshaw, GeneMitchell, Arthur,Fair, Ronald LRay, Gene AnthonyCartey, Wilfred,Black, Barry CMerkerson, S. Epatha,Whitaker, MarkOgletree, Charles J192220111956195719631965196719681977197819831984198619871989199019921993199819992000200120022003200420052007201145655568305.092E185.97.K5ocn023570606ocn706035515ocn706035500ocn026842346ocn026578403ocn7674591801561ocn023570606visu19860.29No easy walk (1962-66)HistoryDepicts three major movements. Retells the stories of three cities involved in the civil rights movement: the Albany, Ga. police chief and Martin Luther King, Jr. each tested out the strategy of nonviolence in their own way, Birmingham, Ala. where children marched against fire water hoses, and Washington, D.C. where black and white, young and old, north and south came together to march on the nation's capital1542ocn019709971visu19860.24Awakenings 1954-1956HistoryTrials, litigation, etcThis first episode of six discusses the history of segregation in the U.S., focusing on the south, and the impact of the 1954 Supreme Court decision against segregation in Brown vs Board of Education. Highlighted is the Emmett Till murder case and Rosa Parks and the Montgomery, Alabama bus boycott842ocn048253350rcrd20010.18King, Martin LutherA call to conscience the landmark speeches of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.HistorySermonsPresents twelve of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s most famous speeches, with new introductions written and read by a variety of notable persons+-+219567130641ocn706035500visu19870.23No easy walk, 1961-1963HistoryConcerns the increasing community involvement in the struggle for civil rights in two cities in the south - Albany, Georgia and Birmingham, Alabama. Both cities witnessed mass arrests and demonstrations by adults and children. The 1963 March on Washington is also included31ocn026842346visu19870.10Eyes on the prize America's civil rights yearsHistoryTrials, litigation, etcThis first episode of six discusses the history of segregation in the U.S., focusing on the south, and the impact of the 1954 Supreme Court decision against segregation in Brown vs Board of Education. Highlighted is the Emmett Till murder case and Rosa Parks and the Montgomery, Alabama bus boycott31ocn778996589book2004McWhorter, DianeA dream of freedom: the civil right movement from 1954 to 1968In this history of the modern Civil Rights movement, the author focuses on the monumental events that occurred between 1954 (the year of Brown v. the Board of Education) and 1968 (the year that Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated+-+932120489522ocn030210100rcrd19780.47Shuttlesworth, Fred LChapel address, 1978, Nov. 1021ocn040277524visu19930.47Reflections of peace & justice leadersSeveral activist-scholars present their political biographies, their philosophies of non-violent civil disobedience, and their interpretations of Christianity, which inspired their work. They also discuss their general view and understanding that racism is central to any analysis of our society and each discusses the specifics of racism in the peace movement21ocn027044792book19680.47Birmingham (Ala.)In the Supreme Court of the United States : October term, 1968, no. 42. Fred L. Shuttlesworth, petitioner, vs. City of Birmingham, respondent. Brief for respondent. On writ of certiorairi to the Suprene Court of Alabama22ocn031145024rcrd19780.47Shuttlesworth, Fred LClassroom lecture, 1978, Nov. 1021ocn026578403visu19870.23Eyes on the prize America's civil rights yearsHistoryConcerns the increasing community involvement in the struggle for civil rights in two cities in the south - Albany, Georgia and Birmingham, Alabama. Both cities witnessed mass arrests and demonstrations by adults and children. The 1963 March on Washington is also included22ocn020609613rcrd19890.47Shuttlesworth, Fred LChapel address, 1989, Apr. 25 appreciating and fulfilling your calling11ocn078848292visu19870.29Eyes on the prize America's civil rights yearsHistoryConcerns the increasing community involvement in the struggle for civil rights in two cities in the south--Albany, Georgia and Birmingham, Alabama. Both cities witnessed mass arrests and demonstrations by adults and children. The 1963 March on Washington is also included11ocn009259673rcrd0.47Martin Luther King Day celebration at Colgate Rochester Divinity School/Bexley Hall/Crozer Theological Seminary11ocn053362114mix19831.00Oral history interviews of the Southern Conference for Human Welfare/Educational Fund Oral History ProjectHistoryInterviewsSourcesProject consists of 5 interviews with national figures active in the southern civil rights movement from the 1930s-1960s11ocn079359728visu19871.00Eyes on the prizeHistoryTrials, litigation, etcThis first episode of six discusses the history of segregation in the United States, focusing on the south, and the impact of the 1954 Supreme Court decision against segregation in Brown vs Board of Education. Highlighted is the Emmett Till murder case and Rosa Parks and the Montgomery, Alabama bus boycott11ocn031316263book19670.10Birmingham (Ala.)In the Supreme Court of the United States : October term, 1967, no. ... : Fred L. Shuttlesworth, petitioner, vs. City of Birmingham, respondent : brief for respondent in opposition to petition for writ of certiorairiHistory11ocn038476539mix0.10Shuttlesworth, Fred LRev. Fred L. Shuttlesworth papersThe collection consists of papers of Rev. Fred L. Shuttlesworth from 1953-1969. Records relating to Shuttlesworth's presidency of the Alabama Christian Movement for Human Rights include correspondence, news releases and statements, newspaper clippings, annual reports, and speeches. Major correspondents include Albert Boutwell, Martin Luther King, Jr., Bayard Rustin, Rev. C.T. Vivian, Eugene Connor, and Robert Kennedy. These materials reflect the organization's involvement in the civil rights movement in Birmingham, Alabama and include information on segregation of lunch counters, discrimination in employment, voter registration, and the bombing of the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church11ocn079947715visu19860.24Eyes on the prizeHistoryTrials, litigation, etcThis first episode of six discusses the history of segregation in the U.S., focusing on the South, and the impact of the 1954 Supreme Court decision against segregation in Brown vs Board of Education. Highlighted is the Emmett Till murder case and Rosa Parks and the Montgomery, Alabama bus boycott11ocn767459180rcrdShuttlesworth, Fred LIntroduction [to "Eulogy for the young victims of the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church bombing"]21273ocn047010581file19990.32Manis, Andrew MichaelA fire you can't put out the civil rights life of Birmingham's Reverend Fred ShuttlesworthHistoryBiography"From his 1956 founding of the Alabama Christian Movement for Human Rights through the historic demonstrations of 1963, driven by a sense of divine mission, Shuttlesworth pressured Jim Crow restrictions in Birmingham with radically confrontational acts of courage. His intensive campaign pitted him against the staunchly segregationist police commissioner Eugene "Bull" Connor and ultimately brought him to the side of Martin Luther King, Jr., and to the inner chambers of the Kennedy White House."+-+831458263510902ocn730413938book20110.08Brimner, Larry DaneBlack & white : the confrontation between Reverend Fred L. Shuttlesworth and Eugene "Bull" ConnorHistoryBiography"In the nineteen fifties and early sixties, Birmingham, Alabama, became known as Bombingham. At the center of this violent time in the fight for civil rights, and standing at opposite ends, were Reverend Fred L. Shuttlesworth and Eugene "Bull' Connor. From his pulpit, Shuttlesworth agitated for racial equality, while Commissioner Connor fought for the status quo. Relying on court documents, police and FBI reports, newspapers, interviews, and photographs, author Larry Dane Brimner first covers each man's life and then brings them together to show how their confrontation brought about significant change to the southern city"--Publisher4612ocn020263864book19890.63Birmingham, Alabama, 1956-1963 : the Black struggle for civil rightsHistoryBiography2122ocn044841605book20000.81Birmingham revolutionaries : the Reverend Fred Shuttlesworth and the Alabama Christian Movement for Human RightsHistoryConference proceedings+-+7452900135642ocn040178967book19980.31A walk to freedom : the Reverend Fred Shuttlesworth and the Alabama Christian Movement for Human Rights, 1956-1964HistoryBiography471ocn054532126book20030.06Nunnelley, William AFred Shuttlesworth : civil rights actionistHistoryJuvenile worksBiography401ocn728679672com20050.33Contemporary Black biography. profiles from the international Black communityBiographyProvides informative biographical profiles of the important and influential persons of African American and/or black heritage. Covers persons of various nationalities in a wide variety of fields, including architecture, art, business, dance, education, fashion, film, industry, journalism, law, literature, medicine, music, politics and government, publishing, religion, science and technology, social issues, sports, television, theater, and others+-+3082112325332ocn782107028book20110.14Brimner, Larry DaneBlack & white : the confrontation of Reverend Fred L. Shuttlesworth and Eugene "Bull" ConnorHistoryJuvenile worksBiographyDiscusses the clash between Reverend Fred L. Shuttlesworth and Eugene "Bull" Connor, one peacefully protested segregation and the other vowed to enforce the severe segregation ordinances of Birmingham212ocn076877578visu20050.25Black preachersProfiles of five influential pastors illuminate the important role of these figures in American society. Includes John Jasper, George Baker (Father Divine), Fred Shuttlesworth, Jesse Jackson, and Eddie Long191ocn043107284book19990.28Ervin, L. DStep by step : a courageous journey to freedomHistoryBiography31ocn006268778book19630.81Abernathy, RalphIn the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1963 : Ralph D. Abernathy, Fred L. Shuttlesworth, S.S. Seay, Sr., and J.F. Lowery, petitioners, v. L.B. Sullivan, respondent. On writ of certiorari to the Supreme Court of Alabama. Brief for the petitioners21ocn061856115book20020.47Shuttlesworth, Fred LFred Shuttlesworth : minister, civil rights leaderInterviewsInterview transcripts in book form21ocn058427542visu20040.47Shuttlesworth, Fred LFred Shuttlesworth the old lion, in his own wordsBiographyAn interview of the Rev. Fred Shuttlesworth, a nationally recognized social activist, held on August 6, 2004. In this interview, Shuttlesworth shares his experiences, and his insights into the role of non-violence in the American civil rights movement. Interviewed by Dr. Habtu Ghebre-Ab, Prof. of History and Humanities at the University of Cincinnati's Clermont College11ocn012785810rcrd19840.47Abernathy, RalphInterviewFocuses on interviewee's civil religious preaching and on Black images of America during the 1950's11ocn035685452visu19571.00John Daly and the news"John Daly has been on national and international news beats for 20 years. He has been a Washington correspondent, White House correspondent, broadcaster of conventions and campaign tours, chief election night commentator, interviewer and narrator of many public affairs series. He has also been a foreign correspondent during World War II."--1957 Peabody Digest. This episode features stories about the riots at Little Rock Central High School, including a summary of preceding events, footage of Governor Orval Faubus, and a statement by Reverend F.L. Shuttlesworth who attempted to enrol the African-American students. Also covered in this report is an address by U.S. Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr. to the United Nations regarding the production of intermediate-range missiles11ocn051136248visu19631.00[Fred Shuttlesworth, half-length portrait, facing front, points a finger in warning to city officials]11ocn030826694mix0.10Birmingham (Ala.)Civil rights files and related materialContains office files and court papers relating to civil rights demonstrations, pornography, prostitution, voting rights, and Rev. Fred L. Shuttlesworth11ocn406626096book20000.47Pitts, Connie HOral history interview with Connie H. PittsHistoryInterview with Connie H. Pitts, a Navy veteran and law enforcement officer, concerning his experiences while serving with the Birmingham, Alabama, Police Department during the civil rights movement of the 1960s and 1970s. His youth in a rural segregated community in Alabama; contacts with African-American servicemen while a member of the SeaBees during World War II; decision to join the Birmingham Police Department, 1946; lack of proper law enforcement training; his promotion to detective; attitudes of policemen toward the African-American community; abuses by the police department toward the African-American community; attitudes of the African-American community toward the Birmingham Police Department; zoning problems, housing, and bombings in the 1950s; attendance at the FBI Academy, Washington, DC, 1956; school desegregation incidents; comments about Birmingham's Commissioner of Public Safety, Eugene ("Bull") Connor; dealings with the Citizens Council of Alabama and other white supremacist groups; sit-ins and demonstrations; freedom riders; tactics used for crowd control; comments about Alabama Governor George Wallace; bombing of the Gaston Motel, May, 1963; comments about Martin Luther King, Jr., and other civil rights leaders11ocn031760453book1990A. Philip Randolph InstituteGreater Cincinnati Chapter of APRI (A. Philip Randolph Institute) presents a salute to Reverencd Fred L. Shuttlesworth : March 24, 199011ocn051150126visu19561.00Anti-Segregationists ride busIntegration leader Reverend F.L. Shuttlesworth and other African Americans seated on a bus alongside white passengers, Birmingham, Alabama+-+2195671306+-+2195671306Fri Mar 21 15:43:50 EDT 2014batch25903