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Description

A Panorama report from 1965 on the civil rights protests in Selma, Alabama. Martin Luther King comments on the involvement of white Americans in the civil right movement, and contends that this represents the beginning of a greater level of integration in American society.
This clip is from:
Civil Rights, USA
First broadcast:
11 March 2009

Classroom Ideas

Students could look into what support the civil rights movement had. They could investigate the growing support from white society, looking for reasons for it and the impact it had.