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  • Civil Rights and the Integration of the University of Mississippi
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    Civil Rights and the Integration of the University of Mississippi

    Juan Williams moderated a discussion of civil rights activism in the 1960s and the efforts by James Meredith and lawyers to integrate the University of Mississippi. They talked about their…

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  • QA with John Doar
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    Q&A with John Doar

    John Doar, former assistant attorney general for civil rights in the Kennedy and Johnson administrations, talked about his involvement in several major civil rights events during the 1960s. In…

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  • Robert F Kennedys 1968 Campaign
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    Robert F. Kennedy's 1968 Campaign

    Participants in Robert F. Kennedy’s 1968 campaign for the Democratic Party presidential nomination discussed the campaign. They spoke about campaign experiences, Kennedy’s message to the American…

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  • 50th Anniversary of Robert F Kennedys SwearingIn
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    50th Anniversary of Robert F. Kennedy's Swearing-In

    Family, friends and colleagues of the of former Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy honored his memory and legacy at an event commemorating his swearing-in as attorney general January 21, 1961.…

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  • Voting Rights in the Kennedy Years
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    Voting Rights in the Kennedy Years

    Judge Gordon Martin talked about his book of Count Them One by One: Black Mississippians Fighting for the Right to Vote (University Press of Mississippi, 2010). As a young lawyer he worked…

    379 views
  • Covering the South
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    Covering the South

    The panel consisted of journalists who had covered the Civil Rights Movement. They focused on the time period of 1965-1967. The panelists talked about the effect that the media had in…

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  • Covering the South
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    Covering the South

    The panel consisted of journalists who had covered the Civil Rights Movement. They focused on the time period of 1960-1964. The panelists talked about the effect that the media had in…

    195 views
  • Voting Rights  Jury Discrimination
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    Voting Rights & Jury Discrimination

    The afternoon session of the National Symposium on Civil Rights and the Law. Panelists discussed voting rights and other topics. During the break, John Doar answered questions from viewers.…

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  • Civil Rights Issues
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    Civil Rights Issues

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  • Impeachment Inquiry of Judge Alcee Hastings
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    Impeachment Inquiry of Judge Alcee Hastings

    The subcommittee continued hearings on the inquiry into the conduct of U.S. District Court Judge Alcee L. Hastings. William Borders, previously convicted of bribery in Florida and Judge…

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  • Impeachment Inquiry of Judge Alcee Hastings
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    Impeachment Inquiry of Judge Alcee Hastings

    The subcommittee held the first day of hearings to consider whether to impeach Alcee Hastings, U.S. District Judge for the Southern District of Florida, based on allegations of bribery and…

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  • Impeachment Inquiry of Judge Alcee Hastings
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    Impeachment Inquiry of Judge Alcee Hastings

    The subcommittee continued hearings on the inquiry into the conduct of U.S. District Court Judge Alcee L. Hastings. John Doar, former Special Counsel of the Investigating Committee of the 11th Circuit…

    255 views
  • Nixon Impeachment Proceedings
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    Nixon Impeachment Proceedings

    Panelists reviewed the events leading up to the impeachment of President Ricard Nixon. They answered audience questions.

    514 views
  • Civil Rights Integration
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    Civil Rights Integration

    John Doar discussed his role in the integration of the University of Mississippi and the civil rights movement. He answered questions from viewers.

    27 views