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HISTORY/POLITICAL SCIENCE

A History of CIVIL RIGHTS in America

REVIEW

“Hosted by Tim Johnson, this eight-part series serves up a broad examination of the evolution of American civil rights through archival footage and photos, maps, readings, patriotic music, and scenes with re-enactors/extras in period and con- temporary dress... Offering a succinct, informative, and interesting overview, this is recommended..” - Video Librarian * * * (3 Stars)

Features:

  • Closed Captioned

  • Instructor’s Guide

  • Series: $ 199.99

  • 8 programs on 4 DVDs

  • Runtime: 240 minutes

PRODUCT INFORMATION A History of Civil Rights in America offers a comprehensive historical overview detailing the expansion of civil rights to include more people. The series takes you through the development of the Constitution, the Bill of Rights, the 13th and 14th Amendments, civil rights legislation , court decisions as well as examining fearless civil rights leaders like Rosa Parks, Cesar Chavez, Thurgood Marshall, and Martin Luther King, Jr. From the past to the present, this eight part series takes the viewer through one of the most powerful forces in American History; the promise of civil rights for all.

Program One:

1774 - 1833

Program Two:

1834 - 1868

Program Three: 1869 - 1916

Program Four:

1917 - 1926

Program Seven: 1965 - 1993 Program Eight: 1994 - 2010

Program Five:

1927 - 1961

Program Six:

1962 - 1965

A History of EQUAL RIGHTS in America

PRODUCT INFORMATION

A History of Equal Rights in America recounts the significant advances and the ongoing effort to gain a clear and permanent guarantee of privileges for women and all economically disadvantaged groups. From the right to own property, to the formation of labor unions, women's suffrage, consumer rights, equal pay, Title IX and the Disabilities Act. This series includes key historical individuals such as: Susan B. Anthony, Horace Mann, Mary Lyon, Juana Briones, Betty Friedan, Madeleine Albright and more.

Features:

  • Closed Captioned

  • Instructor’s Guide

  • Series $199.99

  • 8 programs on 4 DVDs

  • Runtime: 240 minutes

Program One:

1772 - 1837

Program Two:

1837 - 1862

Program Three: 1863 - 1902 Program Four: 1903 - 1935

Program Five:

1936 - 1963

Program Six:

1964 - 1970

Program Seven: 1971 - 1973 Program Eight: 1973 - 2011

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