Making Sense of the Sixties: Seeds of the sixties

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Summary

  • Focuses on one of the most important seeds of rebellion: institutionalized prejudice that kept American blacks in subservience and poverty, preventing their children from receiving the education that could help them gain equality. It also shows how television brought home this fact to Northern whites.

Notes

  • Originally shown on the PBS series: Making sense of the sixties.
  • Closed captioned for the hearing impaired.
  • "MSIX 101."
  • VHS format.
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