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Freedom March 1963 Video

March 31, 2015

Freedom March focuses on the San Francisco protest march of May 26, 1963, sponsored by Bay Area Black churches and the labor movement in support of civil rights and the Birmingham Campaign against segregation led by Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC). This march was the first community […]

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Celebrating International Women’s Month, March, 2014

March 8, 2019

“Women I Know” and “I Am So Visible” by Nina Serrano Women I Know and I Am So Visible from Nina Serrano. “I AM SO VISIBLE” at International Women’s Month 2014 Performing my poems from Heart Strong celebrating International Women’s Month with Sascha Jacobsen’s Musical Art Quintet made for a […]

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Women of the World March

January 25, 2017

Women’s March January 21, 2017 in Oakland, California Women of the World March One day later on January 21, 2.6 million women marched in protest. I was among the thousands who marched in Oakland CA on this historic, along with 4 generations of my family, extended family, many friends and […]

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Teaching for Change Quiz on the 1963 March on Washington.

August 21, 2013

March on Washington History Quiz by Teaching for Change Check out the quiz on the 1963 March on Washington put out by Teaching for Change based on its book Putting the Movement back into Civil Rights Teaching. The quiz asks questions to test your knowledge and cites books for study.  One book cited is Critical […]

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December 9, 2020

Categories Time Periods Documentary Videos Preview Videos on Youtube, About Documentary Films The Harvesters Video Read More → Women of Russia: Part 1, A Visit to the Soviet Union Read More → Tale of Two Systems Video Read More → Vanishing Redwoods Video Read More → Everyman Video Read More […]

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Civil Rights Photography

December 7, 2020

Civil Rights Photography Civil Rights Videos We’ll Never Turn Back Video Read More → South Outs 1963 Video Read More → Freedom March 1963 Video Read More → Freedom Bound (1963) Video Read More → See All Civil Rights Videos Civil Rights Photo Galleries Bay Area Civil Rights 1960s Images […]

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Bay Area Civil Rights 1960s Images

November 13, 2020

 San Francisco Bay Area Civil Rights 1960s Bay Area Civil Rights 1960s Images “By the early 1960s, the Civil Rights Movement had reached California and the San Francisco Bay Area. Led by students from the University of California, Berkeley’s chapter of CORE (Congress On Racial Equality) and local black organizations […]

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Mississippi 1959

October 10, 2020

Photo Image Gallery Mississippi 1959 Photo Gallery The photos in this image gallery are from Mississippi 1959 taken during Harvey Richards‘ impromptu tour of Mississippi. It was one of the first photographic journeys he made and it contains his basic approach to photography. “Everything that you heard on television or on newsreels […]

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Civil Rights Videos

January 28, 2013

Five Civil Rights Videos, 1963-1965, San Francisco and Mississippi Estuary Press Documentary Video Store offers 5 videos about civil rights in the 1960s from the Harvey Richards Media Archive for sale in DVD format and as digital video on demand. Click on the video below to go to the video […]

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Nina Serrano Radio Producer

December 10, 2020

Nina Serrano Radio Producer Topics Women in Resistance part 2: Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Dream and the Dreamers Read More → Vanessa Quesada – Run for Peace and Dignity Read More → Valerie Haynes Perry, prize winning novelist Read More → The Little Prince of the Andes, Interview with Tupac […]

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Harvey Richards Media Archive Blog

October 11, 2020

Media Archive Blog Catagories Plaza de Cultura y Artes Exhibit on Dolores Huerta Opens Today Stop Napalm Actions 1966 Children in California Agriculture 1958 – 1966 Faces of Vietnam Protest and Beyond Vietnam MLK Jr. Speech Photo of the Day: From Child Migrant Farm Worker to Artist, Federico Correa Willie […]

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Willie B. Wazir Peacock Tells a Story

October 10, 2020

Shooting in Greenwood, Mississippi, March 1963 Willie B. Wazir Peacock tells a story Willie B. Wazir Peacock tells a story of how he and Sam Block, his friend and fellow SNCC field secretary, were almost killed one dark night in March, 1963 in Greewood, Mississippi. It is a revealing story about the 1960’s in Mississippi, […]

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Farm Workers Civil Rights in California Humanities Magazine

October 10, 2020

“Open Mind” Civil Rights Issue Features Harvey Richards’ Photos The Fall 2013 issue of Open Mind, A Publication of Cal Humanities, is about farm workers civil rights in California.  In using the Harvey Richards photo taken while filming the Land Is Rich during the 1966 March to Sacramento, California, by […]

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Women in Resistance, Part 1, by Nina Serrano,

January 17, 2019

Nina Serrano on Martin Luther King, Jr. “I Have a Dream” January, 2019 Today, as a woman writer, I look back on my civil rights movement activism and understand its role so many decades later in creating my first novel, Nicaragua Way, a story about a woman in resistance. Women in […]

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Happy International Womens Day 2016

March 8, 2016

Happy International Womens Day 2016to All Women and Men International Womens Day 2016 Greetings on this glorious International Womens Day 2016 that so many struggled for since the loss of the woman-centered civilizations and cultures millenniums ago. Yes, scholars, anthropologists, theoreticians and dreamers say that once people lived on earth in woman-centered […]

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Hot Damn! Video

February 5, 2015

Hot Damn contains unique footage of the 1965 Bay Area anti-war protests at a time when the Vietnam War was escalating rapidly. Harvey Richards filmed the 1965 protest marches at a time when mainstream media downplayed and ignored the protests.  The student peace movement grew out of the militant civil rights […]

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Book Review: This Nonviolent Stuff’ll Get You Killed, Part 2

October 1, 2014

Was Reconstruction a Success or Failure? And Why It Matters. By Paul Richards PhD Part 2: Review of This Nonviolent Stuff’ll Get You Killed. Our Civil War Was a Revolution (See Part 1) W.E.B. DuBois, who was born in 1868 shortly after the end of the Civil War, viewed the […]

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My Life in Radio

September 22, 2013

Fifty Years of Radio for the Community My life in radio began in 1961 when during my first morning in California, I heard KPFA-FM, 94.1 Free Speech Radio (Pacifica Network) and immediately began producing drama and literature, children’s and public affairs programs. I currently produce the regularly scheduled programs “La Raza Chronicles” […]

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Estuary Press blog

February 8, 2013

Estuary Press Blog Categories Time Periods Names of the States by Lucille Lang Day New Estuary Press Website Brief Introduction Video Estuary Press New Website Book Review: This Nonviolent Stuff’ll Get You Killed by Charles E. Cobb, Jr. Book Reviews of the Program of Economic Reactivation An Expanding Osprey Nesting […]

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