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  • ’63 Boycott raw: Natalie Moore Interview

    ’63 Boycott raw: Natalie Moore Interview

    Camera original footage shot for the documentary ’63 Boycott from Kartemquin Films. ’63 Boycott is a thirty-minute documentary and web project highlighting the stories of participants in the 1963 Chicago Public School (CPS) Boycott (also known as Freedom Day). One of the largest Civil Rights demonstrations in the city’s history, on October 22, 1963, a coalition of civil rights groups, local activists, and 250,000 students staged a mass boycott and demonstration against the Chicago Board of Education to protest racial segregation and inadequate resources for Black students. This interview features Natalie Moore, reporter at Chicago’s public radio station WBEZ and author of The South Side: A Portrait of Chicago and American Segregation. Continue reading

  • ’63 Boycott raw: Charles Smith Interview

    ’63 Boycott raw: Charles Smith Interview

    Camera original footage shot for the documentary ’63 Boycott from Kartemquin Films. ’63 Boycott is a thirty-minute documentary and web project highlighting the stories of participants in the 1963 Chicago Public School (CPS) Boycott (also known as Freedom Day). One of the largest Civil Rights demonstrations in the city’s history, on October 22, 1963, a coalition of civil rights groups, local activists, and 250,000 students staged a mass boycott and demonstration against the Chicago Board of Education to protest racial segregation and inadequate resources for Black students. This interview is with architect Charles Smith, a former organizer and leader with the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE). Continue reading

  • ’63 Boycott raw: Rosie Simpson Interview

    ’63 Boycott raw: Rosie Simpson Interview

    Camera original footage shot for the documentary ’63 Boycott from Kartemquin Films. ’63 Boycott is a thirty-minute documentary and web project highlighting the stories of participants in the 1963 Chicago Public School (CPS) Boycott (also known as Freedom Day). One of the largest Civil Rights demonstrations in the city’s history, on October 22, 1963, a coalition of civil rights groups, local activists, and 250,000 students staged a mass boycott and demonstration against the Chicago Board of Education to protest racial segregation and inadequate resources for Black students. This interview features parent activist and community organizer Rosie Simpson. Continue reading

  • [Chicago Board of Education Monthly Meeting Jan 2015]

    [Chicago Board of Education Monthly Meeting Jan 2015]

    Raw footage from the Chicago Board of Education monthly meeting used in the experimental documentary, “Open Hearing.” Continue reading

  • [Nobody Told Me voiceover elements]

    [Nobody Told Me voiceover elements]

    Audio only recording of a news story reported by Carol Marin about a high school in Chicago’s North Lawndale neighborhood that implemented a program called “Unity” to help its failing students. Continue reading

  • [Howard Zinn raw #21: Zinn and Studs Terkel explore United States’ divisions]

    [Howard Zinn raw #21: Zinn and Studs Terkel explore United States’ divisions]

    A conversation between Studs Terkel and Howard Zinn at an alternative media event Berkeley, California. They speak about activism, racism, and making change in the United States. Continue reading

  • [Howard Zinn raw #5: How A People’s History of the United States changes the teaching of history]

    [Howard Zinn raw #5: How A People’s History of the United States changes the teaching of history]

    Students at Sonoma State University discuss their admiration for Howard Zinn and what his approach to history has to offer for teachers looking to better engage students. SSU students canvass and rally in support of the student strike. Two SSU students discuss Howard Zinn on their drive to San Francisco to pick him up from his hotel. Continue reading

  • Chicago Tonight: Paul Vallas review

    Chicago Tonight: Paul Vallas review

    Paul Vallas, CEO of Chicago Public Schools, joins Chicago Tonight to answer questions about school policies and budget concerns. They focus on a controversial new bussing plan which would shift the schedules of magnet schools in order to cut high transportation costs. Continue reading

 
 
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