1968 Impact on Civil Rights
This program was part of a week-long series examining major events from 1968 and how they have impacted today’s society.
Appearing via Web cam from New York City, Manning Marable talked about, among other topics, the focus and vision of the civil rights movement in 1968, the assassination of Dr. King, race riots that erupted around the country, and how the civil right movement changed our country. He responded to telephone calls and electronic mail.
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Manning Marable Director Columbia University->Center for Contemporary Black History
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