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Title I am somebody [videorecording] : three films by Madeline Anderson.

Publication Info. [Brooklyn, New York] : Icarus Films, [2018]

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 PAS Central Library DVD, Non-Fiction    CITIZENSHIP 323.1196 IAM    Available
 PAS La Pintoresca Branch DVD    CITIZENSHIP 323.1196 IAM    Available
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Description 1 videodisc (65 min.) : sound, color and black and white ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet ([24] pages : color illustrations ; 19 cm)
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System Details DVD.
Audience Not rated.
Contents I am somebody (1970) (30 min.) -- Integration report I (1960) (21 min.) -- A tribute to Malcolm X (1967) (14 min.).
Credits I am somebody : Presented by the American Federation of Non-violence ; executive producer, Moe Foner ; produced, directed and edited by Madeline Anderson.
Integration report 1 : Produced by Madeline Anderson ; edited by Zina Voynow.
A tribute to Malcolm X : Produced by Madeline Anderson.
Performer Integration report 1 : Narration by Loften Mitchell ; Narrated by Robert Graham Brown ; Singers : Maya Angelou, Lillian Hayman, James Bartow.
Note Bonus features : Smithsonian oral history interview ; Celebrate Moe! a 13 min short film about Moe Foner by Michelle Miller.
Booklet : Madeline Anderson, in her own words: interview between Rhea L. Combs and Madeline Anderson -- Preservation notes / Walter Forsberg -- Film credits -- 'I am somebody': the story of the making of a movie (April 1970) -- Bread and roses: Moe Foner's labor legacy / Michelle Miller.
Summary I am somebody : Records the 1969 strike by black, predominantly female, hospital workers in Charleston, S.C. for better working conditions and higher wages. Shows how the struggle was won by a coalition of local and national union and civil rights groups plus the local black community through nonviolent marches and demonstrations. Highlights Andrew Young, Coretta Scott King, Ralph Abernathy, and Walter Reuther speaking and working in defense of the workers.
Integration report 1 : Documentary on the use of organized resistance as a force of social change, featuring 1959 and 1960 footage of rallies, demonstrations and marches from Montgomery, Monroe NC, Brooklyn, Greenville SC, Washington and Glendale NY. Speakers including Martin Luther King, J.S. Hall, Robert Williams and others.
A tribute to Malcolm X : Discusses the influence of Malcolm X upon the present black liberation movement. Includes an interview with his widow, Betty Shabazz.
Note A tribute to Malcolm X : Originally produced by WNET/13 as a segment of the television program, Black journal in 1969.
Subject Anderson, Madeline.
X, Malcolm, 1925-1965.
African Americans -- Civil rights -- History -- 20th century.
Civil rights movements -- United States -- History -- 20th century.
Racism -- United States -- History -- 20th century.
United States -- Race relations -- History -- 20th century.
Hospital Workers' Strike, Charleston, S.C., 1969.
Charleston (S.C.) -- Race relations.
Hospitals -- Employees -- Labor unions -- South Carolina -- Charleston.
African American Muslims -- Biography.
African American civil rights workers -- Biography.
Genre/Form Films for the hearing impaired.
Short films.
Documentary films.
Nonfiction films.
Added Author Anderson, Madeline, film director.
Foner, Moe, 1915- film producer.
Mitchell, Loften, author.
Brown, Robert Graham, narrator.
Angelou, Maya, performer.
Shabazz, Betty, on-screen participant.
Morial, Michelle Miller, 1967- author.
Combs, Rhea L., interviewer.
Forsburg, Walter, author
Icarus Films, publisher.
American Foundation of Non-Violence, production company.
Added Title Black journal (Television program)
Integration report 1
A tribute to Malcolm X
Celebrate Moe!
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