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CSPAN
Dec 14, 2013 8:00am EST
george wallis to robert kennedy to malcolm x. to use small children in those demonstrations as young as 8 and 6 years old by the thousands when they could only get the conditions in the movement in birmingham were so intimidating to black adults that they could only get 10 or 12 with the greatest martin luther king i have a dream speech and sermon, they were terrified, but they got 1,000 kids to march on may 2nd, and they got another thousand to march on may 3rd. and it melted the emotional resistance to dealing with the fundamental issues of american freedom as presented by race not only across the united states and not only in me as a 16-year-old, but all around the world. which is one of the reasons that the civil rights movement is a greater inspiration outside the united states today than it is inside. they were singing "we shall overcome" when they took the bear be lin wall down -- berlin wall down, when nelson mandela calm out of prison and said the answer to apartheid is not armageddon, but a multiracial democracy at great risk and great effort to all of us. this inspiration has
CSPAN
Jan 20, 2014 10:00pm EST
go down the tubes, condemned by every political figure from george wallace working -- to use small children in those demonstrations as i as eight and six years old by the thousands with they can only did the conditions in the movement in birmingham were so intimidating. i have a dream speech to a natural adults there were terrified. 1,000 kids to march. they get another thousand to march and may 3rd. and it melted. the emotional resistance to dealing with the fundamental issues of american freedom as presented by race for not only across the united states and not only in me as a 16 year-old, but all around the world which is one of the reasons that the civil rights movement is a greater inspiration outside of the united states today than it is in sight. there were singing we shall overcome when they took the berlin wall down. there were seen we shall overcome. not armageddon. racial democracy and greater efforts of us. two reasons that were things that we're trapped in it. they're not the kind of thing and try to teach young people and get those are in the story. their ideas that t
CSPAN
Apr 24, 2014 9:48pm EDT
down the tubes, condemned by every political figure in the united states from george wallace to kennedy to malcome x to use small children in those demonstrations as young as 8 and 6 years old by the thousands when they could only get the conditions in birmingham so intimidating to black adults they only got ten or 12, and with the greatest speech in the church that got 10 adults. they were terrified, but they got 1,000 kids to march and another thousand on may 3rd, and it melted the emotional resistance to dealing with the fundamental issues of american freedom presented by race, not only across the united states or many me as a 16-year-old, but around the world, and that's why the greatest civil rights movement is a greater inspiration outside the united states today than inside. they were singing, "we shall overcome" when they took the berlin wall down. they were singing "we shall overcome" when mandela came out of prison saying the answer is not armageddon, but a multiracial democracy at great risk and great effort to all of us. this ire spir ration has gone around the world
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