Title
Bobby Seale interview
Creator
White, Conrad
Carew, Topper
Jones, Vickie
Johnson, Henry
Contributor
Davis, Tony
Publisher
WGBH Educational Foundation
Type of Resource
moving image
Abstract/Description
This clip is an excerpt from program dealing with the impact of Malcolm X on African American political and intellectual leadership in the United States. Bobby Seale, co-founder of the Black Panthers, talks about the impact of the murder of Malcolm X on the Black Panther movement. Overall, the program focuses on the impact of Malcolm X on African American political and intellectual leadership in the United States. Host Topper Carew speaks with Dr. John H. Clarke (historian and Cornell University professor), Owusu Sadaukai (National Chairman of the African Liberation Day Committee), and Bobby Seale (cofounder of the Black Panthers) about the impact of Malcolm X's work on their personal ideologies, the opinions of African Americans, and the struggle for Black rights in the United States. Interviews are separated by segments of archival news footage featuring Malcolm X discussing his political philosophies (program contains a particularly strong segment from the speech he delivered to the students of Selma, Alabama a few weeks before his assassination in 1965). Produced by Topper Carew. Directed by Conrad White.
Subjects and keywords
African Liberation Day Committee (National)
Sadaukai, Owusu
Segregation
Black nationalism--United States
African American leadership
Civil rights
African Americans--Civil rights
African Americans--Attitudes
Seale, Bobby 1936
Clarke, John Henrik 1915-1998
Format
Motion pictures
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