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President Lyndon B. Johnson in April 1968. MP 895. Public domain. This film is from the LBJ Library moving picture collection created by the White House Naval Photographic Unit, aka the Navy Films. The films consist of monthly reports on the activities of President and Mrs. Johnson from 1963-1969. Below is an edited scene list for this film, from the LBJ Library audiovisual archives. We included useful shot descriptions where possible, although most have been cut for length. For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. White House grounds in April Recap of LBJ's address to the nation, White House Oval Office, 3/31/1968 Patrick Nugent, Luci Johnson Nugent looking on Lynda Johnson Robb looking on Newspaper reaction to 3/31/1968 address to the nation LBJ speech to Na...
From the BBC Archive 'Tomorrow's World' collection: http://www.bbc.co.uk/archive/tomorrowsworld/index.shtml Showcasing the artificial garden of tomorrow. Here's a solution for anyone who dreams of having their own garden but doesn't fancy the hassle of pruning, weeding and repotting. James Burke (pictured above) explores an artificial garden that contains synthetic grass and plants made from polypropylene. Instead of fly spray, how about a polish? Forget the lawn-mower, just get out the vacuum cleaner to keep the plastic grass neat and tidy.
Pearls Before Swine was an American psychedelic folk band formed by Tom Rapp in 1965 in Eau Gallie, now part of Melbourne, Florida. They released six albums between 1967 and 1971, before Rapp launched a solo career. Balaklava was the second album recorded and released by psychedelic folk group Pearls Before Swine in 1968. Check out my psychedelic rock channel
The Washington, D.C., riots of April 4–8, 1968, resulted in Washington, along with Chicago and Baltimore, receiving the heaviest impact of the 110 cities to see unrest following the King assassination. The ready availability of jobs in the growing federal government attracted many to Washington in the 1960s, and middle class African-American neighborhoods prospered. Despite the end of legally mandated racial segregation, the historic neighborhoods of Shaw, the H Street Northeast corridor, and Columbia Heights, centered at the intersection of 14th and U Streets Northwest, remained the centers of African-American commercial life in the city. As word of King's murder by James Earl Ray in Memphis spread on the evening of Thursday, April 4, crowds began to gather at 14th and U. Stokely Carmic...
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This the introduction to 1968: Soul Power! -Featuring Rasheed Ali. Available on iTunes, Amazon, Google Play and CD Baby. 1968 was a pivotal year in the history of the world. For some of us 1968 seemed like a dream, for others it was a nightmare. This album is a reflection of a generation, looking back at when we had the power of soul guiding our self-discovery. #1968soulpower 1968soulpower.com
The classic primetime squares just keep on coming, this time with Connie Stevens, Gary Moore, Bill Bixby, Charlie Weaver, Angie Dickinson, Wally Cox, Rose Marie, Jan Murray, and Buddy Hackett alongside the great Master of the Hollywood Squares, Peter Marshall.
After Dr. King was assassinated, American youth became skeptical of the American Dream. From the album 1968: Soul Power! -featuring Rasheed Ali. Available on iTunes, Amazon, Google Play and CD Baby. *This is a special version-with the intro and the album's second song combined. 1968 was a pivotal year in the history of the world. For some of 1968 seemed like a dream, for others it was a nightmare. 1968: Soul Power! is a reflection of a generation, looking back at when we had the power of soul guiding our self-discovery.
Taken from American Bandstand. 1. Arrid Extra Dry 2. Nair 3. Dippity-Do 4. Adorn 5. Certs 6. BiC 7. Clairol Summer Blonde 8. Clearasil featuring Dick Clark 9. ABC ID 10. Dr Pepper 11. Dick Clark for Breck Cream Risk 12. Dick Clark for Miss Breck hair spray 13. Dentyne 14. Yardley Slicker Nail Polish 15. Yardley Face Slicker 16. Polaroid Big Swinger 17. Stri-Dex Medicated Pads
Stokely Carmichael. Reaction to the death of Martin Luther King, the leader of the Civil Rights Movement in America. 5th April 1968 - Stokely Carmichael warns of retaliation after the death of King. Carmichael standing at table on dais before seated journalists. All present have their heads bowed, praying for King. White photographer standing next to black man taking pictures. Carmichael, in sunglasses, white shirt and casual jacket talks of white America being able to justify deaths of Marcus Garvey, Malcolm X because they were extremists. However, King's death cannot be justified as he was the only one teaching the black man to love the white man. So, when white America killed King he declared war on the black man. He calls for black people to retaliate for the death of their l...
This time around, Joey Bishop, Paul Lynde, Michael Landon, Abby Dalton, Charley Weaver, Connie Stevens, Wally Cox, Nanette Fabray, and Buddy Hackett look to trick Mr. X and Ms. Circle as both look to win that care and more in yet another classic primetime edition of The Hollywood Squares.
Brooklyn filmmaker Jimmie Mannas' took to the streets of New York in April, 1968 to get the reactions of his neighbors following the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. Mannas is a renowned Black filmmaker. He was part of the Kamonige Collective with Louis Draper and Roy DeCarava. Restored by A/V Geeks.
Der Todestag des amerikanischen Bürgerrechtlers Martin Luther King 4. April 1968 US-Präsident Barack Obama leistete den Eid bei seiner öffentlichen Vereidigung mit der Hand auf der Bibel von Martin Luther King. Damit würdigte er einen Bürgerrechtler, ohne dessen leidenschaftliches Engagement er kaum Präsident der Vereinigten Staaten geworden wäre. Die Bürgerrechtsbewegung mit Martin Luther King an der Spitze hat zum Ende der gesetzlichen Diskriminierung von Schwarzen in den USA geführt. King war ein Prediger des zivilen Ungehorsams, ein gewaltloser Kämpfer für die Bürgerrechte. Doch selbst fiel er der Gewalt zum Opfer. Am 4. April 1968 wurde er auf einer Vortragsreise in Memphis/Tennessee ermordet. Seit 1983 ehren die Amerikaner ihn mit einem gesetzlichen Feiertag. Obwohl heute ein Afr...
They say the sky used to be blue I don't quite believe it
It's probably always been the color that it is
And there were cotton candy clouds and birds to fly through it
Just stories we all love to tell our kids
So I'll close my electronic door and keep the cold outside
Hug my aluminium pillow so tight
And pray the radiation doesn't make me sick tonight
There used to be a wind wasn't caused by fans
I wonder how it would of felt in my hair
And the nuclear ring around the moon was caused by man
If it was then it's much to late to care
So I'll put my saftey goggles and gaze out at the sun
The artificial atmosphere machines give off a constant hum
In a world thats cold and peaceful April 2031
No more sky and no more trees
No more oxygen to breathe
No more hate and no more war
Nothing left worth fighting for 2031
As far back as Vietnam we should of learned our lesson
But we closed our eyes and sent our son's away
And they told us we were winning as they sold more ammunition
Some were angry most just looked the other way
Ohh, nights illuminated by the endless glowing sand
That swallowed all the oceans and choked off all the land
In a world beyond resuscitation even by God's hand
No more moutains no more sea
No more you and no more me
No more music no more songs
No God left to blame it on
No more children playing April 2031
No more need for praying April 2031
No more children playing April 2031