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Blocker, Jerry, producer/narrator,
Remembering...Detroit's Old West Side (1920-1950): A Pictorial History of the Westsiders [videorecording]. (Interviews highlighting the educational, employment, religious, and social scene of the Afro-American community of Detroit's west side between 1920 and 1950.) Royal Oak, MI: Captured Live Productions, 1997?
F574.D49 N478 1997x

Boyd, Melba Joyce,
The Black Unicorn: Dudley Randall & the Broadside Press [videorecording]. (Provides a history of the Broadside Press and a biography of its founder, Dudley Randall. Includes interviews with Mr. Randall and other authors involved with the Press over a twenty-five year period.) Columbus, OH: National Black Programming Consortium, 1996.
PS3568 .A49 Z84 1996x

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Davis, Ossie, and Bill Cosby,
Ossie Davis and Bill Cosby Address the Congressional Black Caucus [sound recording]. Detroit, MI: Motown, 1972. TAPE (ASK AT DESK)

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George, Tom M., and William Jamerson,
Abraham Lincoln in Michigan [videorecording]. (Discusses the debate over the spread of slavery and Lincoln's place in that debate. Describes the preparations for the August 1856 rally in Kalamazoo in support of Republican presidential candidate John C. Fremont and how Lincoln came to be one of the speakers. Analyzes the content of the speech and explains that it was a precursor to his "house divided" speech.) Marquette, MI: Forgotten Films, 1999.
E457.4 .A2 1999x

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King, Martin Luther, Jr.,
Free at Last [sound recording]. Includes:"Drum Major Instinct Sermon." -"Dr. King's Desired Eulogy." -"Welcome to Memphis." -"I Wouldn't Stop There." -"Something is Happenin' in Our World." -"A Good Samaritan." -"The Dramatic Harlem Incident." -"If I Had Sneezed." -"Journey to Memphis." -"I've Been to the Mountain Top." -"I Have a Dream." -"Free at Last." Detroit, MI: Motown Record Corp., 1968.
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King, Martin Luther, Jr.,
The Great March to Freedom [sound recording]. Includes: Introduction -"100 Years Later" -" Segregation is Wrong" -"Sense of Dignity" -"Urgency of the Moment" -"Non-violent Approach" -"Love Your Enemy" -"The Militant Negro" -"Segregation in the North" -"The Price of Freedom" -"I Have a Dream." Hollywood, CA?: Motown Record Corp., 1963.
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King, Martin Luther King, Jr., et. al,
The Great March on Washington [sound recording]. (Washington, D.C., Aug. 28, 1963.) Detroit, MI: Motown Record Corp., 1963.
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Learning Corporation of America,
Sojourner Truth: "Ain't I a Woman?" [videorecording]. Deerfield, IL: Learning Corporation of America, 1989.
E185.97.T8 S65 1989x

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