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Angela Davis

Repository: Florida. Division of Library and Information Services

Collection Description (CRHP): Civil rights leader Angela Davis speaks at Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University's Black History Month convocation. Her remarks include statements on human rights, political prisoners, apartheid, education, health care, black poverty and the civil rights movement. There are several edits and some audio distortion. The film gives additional footage of Ms. Davis expanding on the topics from her speech. Produced by WFSU-TV.

Collection Description (Extant): The State Archives of Florida's film and video collection contains approximately 2,500 movies and video tapes. The following items are the full version and clips of some of those films. The films and video tapes selected date from 1914 to the 1980s and cover a variety of topics including education, environment, family life, industry, integration, politics, and World War II.

Collection URL: http://floridamemory.com/items/show/232439 External Link

Date(s): 1979

Digital Status: Yes

Existing IDs: DA095

Extent: 20:46; color; sound

Language: English

Interviewees: Angela Davis

Rights (CRHP): Contact the repository which holds the collection for information on rights

Subjects:

African American women civil rights workers
African Americans--Economic conditions
Human rights
Medical care

Genres:

Speeches
Videorecordings

 

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