- Civil rights films from USC's moving image research collections
- I. DeQuincey Newman on Civil Rights Act--outtakes
- Contributor to Resource:
- Columbia, S.C. : University of South Carolina. Moving Image Research Collections
- Date of Original:
- Civil rights--America
Civil rights--Law and legislation
Civil rights movements--United States--History--20th century
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
- Newman, I. DeQuincy, 1911-1985
- United States, South Carolina, Richland County, 34.0218, -80.90304
United States, South Carolina, Richland County, Columbia, 34.00071, -81.03481
- motion pictures (visual works)
- Reverend I. DeQuincey Newman speaks about the newly passed Civil Rights Act of 1964. Explains the state NAACP policy of "restraint" as a means of testing the new legislation. "[We] will attempt to contribute to an orderly and peaceful change from a pattern of segregation to that of integration." In response to fears of a "long hot summer," Newman says, "we accept its passage with composure and with appreciation."
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- Additional Rights Information:
- Copyright Moving Image Research Collections. All rights reserved. For further information please contact University of South Carolina, Moving Image Research Collections, Columbia, SC 29208.
- Film: 16mm. Sound. B&W. Reversal: positive. 1.37:1 (Academy). Variable-area optical. Acetate.
- Original Collection:
- Civil Rights Films from Moving Image Research Collections
- Contributing Institution:
- University of South Carolina. South Carolina Political Collections
University of South Carolina. Moving Image Research Collections