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Title:Films and Powerpoint slide shows

Includes short films and powerpoint slide shows that introduce special themes and sections of the Seattle Civil Rights and Labor History Project. Contents as of viewing the web site on 9/4/07 consist of : "A Really Nice Place to Live," a 13 minute film by Shaun Scott which explores the race and class divisions that have accompanied White Seattle's meteoric rise from a tiny outpost in 1856 to the northwest's premier city; "The End of Old Days," a 13 minute film by Shaun Scott which explores a century of African American community building and civil rights activism in Seattle; "Seattle's Segregation Story," Powerpoint with video segments which explores Seattle segregation in the 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s using maps, documents, photographs, and video oral history excerpts; "Seattle's Civil Rights History: Movements and Milestones," Powerpoint with video segments which provides an introduction to the long history of civil rights activism in the Seattle area, exploring the organizations created by Native Americans, African Americans, Chinese, Japanese, and Filipino Americans, Jews, and Latinos; "Black Panthers Tell Their Stories," Powerpoint with video segments introducing the special section on Seattle's Black Panthers with former Panthers talking about their reasons for joining the Party and their experiences in the organization and former mayor Wes Uhlman telling of FBI plans to raid Panther headquarters and his reasons for intervening to prevent bloodshed; "Youth in the Seattle Civil Rights Movements," Powerpoint with video segments showing students at the University of Washington, Seattle Central Community College, and in the high schools of Seattle, who played an important role in the region's civil rights history, especially in the 1960s and 1970s; "Women in Seattle's Civil Rights Movements," Powerpoint with video segments which explores female activists' particular experiences in the civil rights movements of Seattle battling both racial discrimination and sexual discrimination and features video oral history excerpts from interviews with female activists from different civil rights movements. Additional segments may be added. (Taken from http://depts.washington.edu/civilr/films&slides.htm)

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