Multimedia: American Archive of Public Broadcasting Launches “Speaking and Protesting in America” Online Exhibition
Speaking and Protesting in America,” presents a diverse range of public radio and television content including radio programs, local news, raw footage, and interviews that reveal the profound impact of the First Amendment on American life. Focusing on our right to speak, assemble, and petition, this exhibit explores the role of dissent in American life in its protected and unprotected expressions ranging from peaceful marches to acts of civil disobedience.
Direct to Online Exhibition
List/Links of Available Audio/Video included in Exhibition
One Item Included in the Exhibition: “Commentary of a Black Southern Bus Rider / Rosa Parks”
16 minute discussion with Rosa Parks. Audio recorded in 1962.
See Also: Exciting! American Archive of Public Broadcasting Now Offers Online Access to 17,000 Historic Programs (January 6, 2017)
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