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Articles with keyword "Civil Rights"

65th Infantry in Puetro Rico, 1941.


El Movimiento

Latino Americans, a sweeping new documentary, chronicles the experiences of Hispanics in the United States.

Protest sign from the student strike in Prince Edward County, Virginia


Massive Resistance in a Small Town

The long struggle for integration in Prince Edward County, Virginia.


Coming Full Circle in Civil Rights

Radio recalls the movement's evolution in five southern cities.


I'll Make Me a World

From ragtime to Spike Lee, a film captures the kaleidoscope of cultural contributions made by African Americans in this century.


“History Alive!”

A gallery of California notables are recreated in Chautauqua performances for the state's sesquicentennial.


Racism to Redemption

A new film reveals George C. Wallace as a man who made a Faustian bargain for power but sought forgiveness at life's end.


Eleanor Roosevelt

A documentary places the emphasis on Eleanor without Franklin.

In Focus

Stories Behind the Documents

Michael Gillette is preserving the past in Texas.


A Tense Time in Tennessee

Thurgood Marshall wins a case and nearly loses his life.


Brown v. Board

A Supreme Court ruling fuels the Civil Rights Movement.