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From Riots To Recovery

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1988  (Estimated Year)
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"FROM RIOTS TO RECOVERY". A documentary detailing the events that led to the riots in Washington DC on April 1968, and the area's socio-economic recovery. Much archival footage, some in B&W, most in color, duly noted as such in the description.

From Riots To Recovery

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From Riots To Recovery

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Color. April, 1968. Washington DC. The riots after the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. Aerial of the Capitol Dome, smoke rising from burning buildings.

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Stokely Carmichael remembering the riots in Washington D.C. in April, 1968 after the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr

From Riots To Recovery

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Color. April, 1968. Washington DC. The riots after the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. Aerial of a burning buildings on block in ghetto. Fireman working with hose, smoldering building in background. Fire truck driving on street. CU of an African American fireman. Panning fire truck, stop at two white police officers in riot gear detaining young African American man. Aerial of several city blocks, many burning buildings.

From Riots To Recovery

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Man remembering the riots in Washington D.C. in April, 1968 after the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr

From Riots To Recovery

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Color. April, 1968. Washington DC. The riots after the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. Group of young African Americans carrying looted goods on sidewalk. They take off running, covering their faces. Aerial burned-out building.

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Host Juan Williams on D.C. sidewalk, identifies it as corner of 14th and U Streets, NW, where the riots started in 1968 before spreading to all areas of the city; says that the worst riot areas have been virtually abandoned by black and white middle-classes for 20 years, and redevelopment is only now beginning; discussion of the history of segregation in D.C.

From Riots To Recovery

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Low quality Archival B&W shots circa 1920s/1930s of a gathering of African Americans (including boxer Joe Louis) in Washington DC, a black marching band

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A minister leading the gospel choir of an African American church.

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B&W. Group of young African American women on U Street sidewalk

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Host Juan Williams and John Snipes, former resident of 14th and U street area, walking along sidewalk, talking. Mr. Snipes saying that in the segregation era, the black neighborhoods were close-knit, and people of all classes lived together.

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Students at Howard University

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Walter Washington, first Mayor of the District of Columbia, entering a house. Mr. Washington talking about coming to Howard.

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Low quality. Eleanor Roosevelt speaking at Howard University.

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Lucky Millinder Band, African American big band. Alto sax soloist George James.

From Riots To Recovery

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John Snipes describing how U Street used to be a national mecca for African American musicians, names all the great musicians he saw play in the neighborhood.

From Riots To Recovery

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Washington DC
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Lucky Millinder Band, African American big band.