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Is the Work of the Civil Rights Movement Complete?

Date : 01/10/2011

Clip Length : 00:10:29

At the Atlanta Town Hall for "Finishing the Dream," 11 Alive anchor Brenda Wood asks panelists Bernice King, Andrew Young and Rev. Joseph Lowery whether anything has changed since the civil rights era.

Is the Work of the Civil Rights Movement Complete?
Finishing the Dream Atlanta Town Hall (Full Episode)

Date : 01/10/2011

Clip Length : 00:48:05

In the last of the "Finishing the Dream" Town Halls, Atlanta's historically black college Spelman University is the setting for a spirited conversation between the older generation of civil rights leaders and a younger generation who are continuing the work of the movement in a myriad of ways.

Finishing the Dream Atlanta Town Hall (Full Episode)
Who is following in James Meredith's footsteps?

Date : 10/09/2010

Clip Length : 00:08:48

The NBC Learn series, "Finishing the Dream" continues in Jackson, Mississippi, where civil rights activist James Meredith, the first African American to attend the University of Mississippi, talks about the experience.

Who is following in James Meredith's footsteps?
What was the impact of Medgar Evers' death?

Date : 10/09/2010

Clip Length : 00:06:26

The NBC Learn series, "Finishing the Dream" continues in Jackson, Mississippi, where a panel of Civil Rights Era veterans and community activists discuss the social impact and changes brought about by the murder of activist Medgar Evers in 1963.

What was the impact of Medgar Evers' death?
Then and Now: How Do We Achieve the Dream?

Date : 10/09/2010

Clip Length : 00:08:57

The NBC Learn series, "Finishing the Dream" continues in Jackson, Mississippi, where panelists discuss their impressions of the fight for civil rights and the work still to be done.

Then and Now: How Do We Achieve the Dream?
Finishing the Dream Jackson Town Hall (Full Episode)

Date : 10/09/2010

Clip Length : 00:49:08

The NBC Learn series, "Finishing the Dream" continues in Jackson, Mississippi, where movement veterans, community activists and religious leaders talk to students about the civil rights movement and what people can do today to keep lessons from that movement alive.

Finishing the Dream Jackson Town Hall (Full Episode)
Does the media promote diversity?

Date : 10/09/2010

Clip Length : 00:07:04

The NBC Learn series, "Finishing the Dream" continues in Jackson, Mississippi, as panelists and students talk about the uneven coverage of civil rights issues at NBC television station WLBT in the 1960s, and the efforts to end discrimination against African Americans in the workplace.

Does the media promote diversity?
Did the nation ignore the Jackson State shootings?

Date : 10/09/2010

Clip Length : 00:07:46

The NBC Learn series, "Finishing the Dream" continues in Jackson, Mississippi, where panelists and students discuss the 1970 shootings at Jackson State University.

Did the nation ignore the Jackson State shootings?
How Did Rosa Parks Impact The Civil Rights Movement?

Date : 07/14/2010

Clip Length : 00:07:40

Panelists discuss Rosa Parks and how she effected change as the NBC Learn Town Hall series "Finishing the Dream" continues in Detroit, Michigan.

How Did Rosa Parks Impact The Civil Rights Movement?
How Can Students Be Inspired To Work Towards Civil Rights?

Date : 07/14/2010

Clip Length : 00:10:35

The NBC Learn Town Hall series "Finishing the Dream" continues in Detroit, Michigan where panelists discuss how the challenges that the civil rights movement brought to those in the past can serve as examples of leadership and inspiration to young people in the present.

How Can Students Be Inspired To Work Towards Civil Rights?
How Can Detroit Public Schools Be Improved?

Date : 07/14/2010

Clip Length : 00:08:20

The NBC Learn Town Hall series "Finishing the Dream" continues in Detroit, Michigan as panelists talk about the state of education in Detroit, and how it can be improved.

How Can Detroit Public Schools Be Improved?
Finishing the Dream Detroit Town Hall (Full Episode)

Date : 07/14/2010

Clip Length : 00:49:06

The NBC Learn Town Hall series "Finishing the Dream" continues in Detroit, Michigan where community and religious leaders discuss how the lessons learned in the struggle for equality during the civil rights movement are still relevant today.

Finishing the Dream Detroit Town Hall (Full Episode)
Detroit 40 Years After The Riots: What's Changed?

Date : 07/14/2010

Clip Length : 00:07:17

More than 40 years after the Detroit Riots, the city is still rebuilding. Panelists discuss the progress that has been made and what still needs to be accomplished as the NBC Learn Town Hall series "Finishing the Dream" continues in Detroit, Michigan.

Detroit 40 Years After The Riots: What's Changed?
Arab-American Relations: Where Are We Now?

Date : 07/14/2010

Clip Length : 00:08:32

The NBC Learn Town Hall series "Finishing the Dream" continues in Detroit, Michigan, as panelists take a look at Arab-American communities in the greater Detroit area, and how the events on September 11, 2001 have affected their civil rights.

Arab-American Relations: Where Are We Now?
Why did MLK Call Chicago Worse Than Mississippi?

Date : 04/28/2010

Clip Length : 00:08:30

In our first local Town Hall of the NBC Learn "Finishing the Dream" series, Chicago civil rights veterans talk about the virulent racism that came out in Chicago when Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. brought his movement north in 1965-66.

Why did MLK Call Chicago Worse Than Mississippi?
What Did the Black Panthers Really Accomplish?

Date : 04/28/2010

Clip Length : 00:06:12

In our first local Town Hall of the NBC Learn "Finishing the Dream" series, a Chicago museum exhibit about the Black Panthers provides the setting for a frank discussion between students and community leaders about the legacy of the Black Panther movement.

What Did the Black Panthers Really Accomplish?
What Can Students Learn from the Civil Rights Movement?

Date : 04/28/2010

Clip Length : 00:08:52

In our first local Town Hall of the NBC Learn "Finishing the Dream" series, community leaders in Chicago talk to students about what they can learn from the achievements of the civil rights generation and how they can work to improve their own communities.

What Can Students Learn from the Civil Rights Movement?
How did Jesse Jackson PUSH the Civil Rights Movement Along?

Date : 04/28/2010

Clip Length : 00:08:40

In our first local Town Hall of the NBC Learn "Finishing the Dream" series, panelists talk about how the Rev. Jesse Jackson won economic concessions for blacks in Chicago and the work he has done for civil rights over the past 40 years.

How did Jesse Jackson PUSH the Civil Rights Movement Along?
How Can Young People Get Engaged in the Political Process?

Date : 04/28/2010

Clip Length : 00:07:30

Even though 61% of all Africans-Americans voted during the 2008 election, helping to elect the very first black President, much work needs to be done for young blacks to be a part of the political process, say panelists in the NBC Learn "Finishing the Dream" Chicago Town Hall.

How Can Young People Get Engaged in the Political Process?
Finishing the Dream Chicago Town Hall (Full Episode)

Date : 04/28/2010

Clip Length : 00:48:31

In our first local Town Hall of the NBC Learn "Finishing the Dream" series, movement veterans, community activists, religious leaders and educators talk to students from Chicago about the civil rights movement and what young people can do to keep the lessons of that movement alive.

Finishing the Dream Chicago Town Hall (Full Episode)

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