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Title Work

Title No: 875

Title: Interview with Robert Moses

Medium: Audio; Moving Image

Original Medium: Film; Recorded Sound; Video

Date: 19 May  1986 (Created)

Original Summary:
Interview with Robert Moses conducted for Eyes on the Prize. Discussion centers on the reasons he joined the civil rights movement, his work with SNCC in Mississippi, and his working relationships with other activists like Amzie Moore and Fannie Lou Hamer. Other topics include the Freedom Summer and the murders of James Chaney, Andrew Goodman, and Mickey Schwerner.

Countries of Origin: U.S.A.

Duration: 1 hr 13 min 15 sec 

Genres: Interview

Subjects: Voter registration--Mississippi; Mississippi--Politics and government; Mississippi Freedom Project; Mississippi--Race relations

Name As Subjects: Moses, Robert Parris; Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (U.S.); Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party; Moore, Amzie; Hamer, Fannie Lou

InterviewerBagwell, Orlando
Production CompanyBlackside, Inc.
IntervieweeMoses, Robert Parris
ProducerTeam B

Reference Materials x3


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875-1Safety Film : Original negative 
875-2Safety Film : Sprocketed Magnetic Film 
875-3Audio Tape : 1/4" Audio Tape 
875-4Audio Tape : Audio Cassette 
875-5Video Tape : U-matic 
875-6Video Tape : Video home system 
875-7Video Tape : Digital Betacam 
875-8Audio Tape : Digital Audio Cassette 
875-9Video Tape : Digital Video Cassette 
875-10Safety Film : Viewing print 
875-11Safety Film : Interpositive 
875-12Safety Film : Duplicate negative track 
875-13Safety Film : Check Print 
875-14Safety Film : Interpositive 
875-15Safety Film : Sprocketed Magnetic Film 
875-16Digital : Video/quicktime 
875-17Digital : Audio/wav 
875-18Digital : Video/quicktime 
875-19Digital : Video/mpeg 
875-20Digital : Video/quicktime 

Contained By x2

Title NoTitle
3845Eyes on the prize [interviews]
15019Remembering Mississippi Freedom Summer

Related Works x1

TypeTitle NoTitle
1571Pre-interview with Robert Moses