tv 1944 Documentary The Negro Soldier CSPAN October 28, 2016 2:46am-3:32am EDT
i sing ♪ friday, remarks by u.s. supreme court justice elena kagan. she speaks at the equal justice works conference and career fair live 3:00 p.m. eastern on c-span. later, president obama is on the road campaigning for hillary clinton in orlando, florida. you can see his remarks from the university of central florida live 5:00 p.m. eastern on our
companion network c-span2. bobby kennedy's last words before he got off the stage were, "on to chicago." the next day he was due to chicago, due to go to chicago and meet with the very powerful mayor richard daley. daly's son bill daley, who was chief of staff to barack obama, tells me there was a 70% or greater chance that his dad would have endorsed bobby kennedy for president during that trip to chicago. >> sunday night on "q&a," author and former "boston globe" reporter larry tie discusses his book "bobby kennedy: the making of a liberal icon." >> had bobby kennedy beat richard nixon the way i think he would have, america would have been a different place, i think. and some of the issues we're revisiting today of racial tension and international discord might be a little bit different if we had tried to address them 50 years ago. >> sunday night at 8:00 eastern
on c-span's "q&a." this weekend on "american history tv," on c-span3, saturday morning from 9:00 eastern till just after noon -- >> may the british empire and its commonwealth last for a thousand years, men will stay say, this was their finest hour. >> we're live for the 33rd international churchill conference in washington, d.c., focusing on the former british prime minister's friends and contemporaries. speakers include british historian andrew roberts, author of "masters and commanders: how four titans won the war in the west, 1941-1945." and later on saturday at 7:00, texas general land office commissioner george p. bush. state senator jose menendez. musician phil collins talk about the spanish mission the alamo at the 2016 texas tribune festival
in austin. >> the memories i have, impressions of that time, were this group of people were going and they knew they were going to die but they went. or they were there. crockett went. but there was something very noble and very romantic. i've learnt that it wasn't quite as black and white. and that's one of the things i think would be good in this day and age, that we put it into context. >> then sunday evening at 6:00 on "american artifacts" -- >> macarthur's up front. you notice he's not wearing a weapon. he would often lead attacks carrying nothing but that riding crop that you see in his left hand. and the men looked at this and realized, hey, if the colonel, later the brigadier, if the colonel can take it, well, i can take it too. >> we visit the macarthur memorial in norfolk, virginia, to learn about the early life of douglas macarthur, who commanded allied forces in the pacific during world war ii.
at 8:00 -- >> the great leaders also serve as conscience in chief. with the highest level of integrity. with their moral compass locked on true north so that we can always count on them to do the right thing when times get tough or when no one is looking. >> author talmadge boston explains his ten commandments for presidential leadership. what they are, and provides examples of presidents who excelled at each one. for our complete "american history tv" schedule go to cspan.org. next, "american history tv's "reel america" features a 1944 film titled "the hidden army." it looks at u.s.