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Title Work

Title No: 3932

Title: Martin Luther King at jail in Albany, Georgia

Medium: Moving Image

Original Medium: Film



18 Feb  1986 (Compiled)

Original Summary:
1)  Martin Luther King outside of jail building in Albany, Georgia, speaks to detainees inside.  See people at the window, many faces.  They say there are 60 in a cell meant for 10.  King and Laurie Pritchett.  Pritchett speaks regarding schooling police in theory of non-violence, says no incidents involving police conduct so far.  2) Demonstration at public library, children kneel and pray on steps.  Police carry women to paddy wagon.  Woman inside wagon belts out, "Ain't gonna let Chief Pritchett turn me around."  Rev. Wyatt T. Walker speaks.

Countries of Origin: U.S.A.

Forms: Stock shot

Genres: News

Subjects: Civil rights demonstrations--Georgia--Albany; Albany (Ga.)--Race relations.; Race relations--United States--History; Segregation--Illinois--Chicago

Name As Subjects: Pritchett, Laurie; Walker, Wyatt Tee; King, Martin Luther Jr.

Copyright ClaimantBBC Worldwide Americas, Inc.
Source of MaterialBBC Worldwide Americas, Inc.
CompilerBlackside, Inc.
CreatorCBS News

Items x2

3932-1Safety Film : Positive picture 
3932-2Safety Film : Sprocketed Magnetic Film 

Contained By x1

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