This 16mm film is a short documentary made for National Educational Television's Black Journal television program. Producer St. Clair Bourne chronicles the opening of Malcolm X Liberation University in Durham, North Carolina on October 25, 1969.
This 16mm silent, black and white film features footage from a NAACP protest rally at the Siloam Presbyterian Church in Brooklyn. The main speaker is Norman Malachy, and he recalls the events surrounding the Mack Charles Parker lynching that happened on April 25, 1959, near Poplarville, Mississippi. Mack Charles Parker was kidnapped while he was in jail on charges that he raped a white woman on February 24, 1959.
Bedford-Stuyvesant Youth In Action, Inc. was incorporated July 1, 1964 as an agency to conduct a research study of the needs and problems of the Bedford-Stuyvesant community. It was organized for the purpose of developing an Anti-Poverty Program to combat the root causes of poverty, as well as find the cures, for the conditions that had turned the area into an undesirable place to live. This 16mm silent, black and white home movie of an outdoor event held by the community outreach organization Bedford-Stuyvesant Youth In Action, Inc. (YIA). The film largely features multiple performances (fashion, music, dance) conducted by members of YIA in front of an audience on a residential street in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood of Brooklyn in New York City. Additionally, the film features shots of an art show lining the streets as a crowd socializes and views the various works.
A 16mm silent, black and white film that shows members of the Drug Employees Union Local 1199 engaged in various activities. Footage includes members attending meetings, working, walking a picket line, signing a petition, attending an art gallery exhibition, and hosting a Christmas party for children.
This 16mm film is a short documentary made by Madeline Anderson for National Education Television's Black Journal television program to commemorate the four year anniversary of the assassination of Malcolm X.
This 16mm black and white film is a short film exploring the work and methodology of acclaimed African American sculptor Inge Hardison. The film, made relatively early in her career, details her working processes with clay, bronze, and wire.