Various ‎– Black Protest

EAV Lexington ‎– LE 7784-76, EAV Lexington ‎– LE 7784, EAV Lexington ‎– LE 7785, EAV Lexington ‎– LE 7786
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To 1865
A1a Suicide attempts on a slave ship 5:21
A1b A slave ship mutiny
A1c Slaves petition for freedom
A1d Benjamin Banneker's letter to Thomas Jefferson
A2a A slave auction 4:53
A2b Resolution of a Philadelphia meeting opposing colonization
A2c Resolution of an Ohio convention opposing colonization
A2d Message from Liberian blacks
A3a The Vesey rebellion 6:33
A3b Freedom's Journal's first editorial
A3c Walker's Appeal
A3d W. L. Garrison's first editorial from The Liberator
A4a Protest against discrimination in voting rights 7:47
A4b Call for a slave revolt
A4c Escape from Virginia
A4d William and Ellen Craft's flight from Georgia
To 1865 (continued)
B1a Fugitive slaves' letter to American slaves 6:42
B1b Rescue of a runaway slave
B1c A free Negro's address to the court
B1d An attempted kidnapping is foiled
B2a The North Star's first editorial 5:13
B2b Frederick Douglass's Fourth of July address
B2c The Negro Emigration Convention
B2d Resolution denouncing the Dredd Scott decision
B3a A view of the black man 7:44
B3b The possibility of slave insurrection
B3c John Brown's statement to the court
B3d Letter from a member of John Brown's group
B4a Resolution on Negro participation in the Civil War 3:58
B4b Frederick Douglass's "Men of Color, To Arms!"
1865 to 1900
C1a Freedmen's resolutions 6:01
C1b South Carolina Constitutional Convention
C1c Senator Turner's right to a seat
C1d Call for the passage of a civil rights act
C2a Why Negros emigrated North 4:05
C2b Frederick Douglass on the need for organization
C2c The Mutual United Brotherhood of Liberty
C3a Booker T. Washington's Atlanta Exposition speech 7:37
C3b Opposition to Washington's views
C3c The evils of capitalism
C3d Proposal for a return to Africa
C4a The spread of terror 5:15
C4b The responsibility for lynchings
C4c Protest against lynchings
C4d The causes of lynchings
C5a Dissenting opinion in Plessy v. Ferguson 3:48
C5b Open letter to President McKinley
1900 to 1930
D1a A Negro Congressman's farewell address 5:28
D1b Booker T. Washington's philosophy
D1c Criticism of Washington's philosophy
D1d W. E. B. Du Bois's "Credo"
D2a The Niagara Movement 6:20
D2b Call for a meting to form the NAACP
D2c Early days of the NAACP
D2d Letter from Negro leaders to the people of Great Britain and Europe
D3a Attack on American expansion 6:09
D3b Indictment of the Republican party
D3c Reply to President Wilson's segregation order
D3d Protest against lynching and discrimination
D3e Marcus Garvey and the "Back to Africa" movement
D4a The Harlem Renaissance 6:20
D4b "Incident" by Countee Cullen
D4c "A Black Man Talks of Reaping" by Arna Bontemps
D4d "I, Too, Sing America" by Langston Hughes
D4e Debate on the occupation of Haiti
D4f W. E. B. Du Bois on the 20th anniversary of the NAACP
1930 to 1960
E1a Call for a National Negro Congress 5:39
E1b The work of the Unemployed Councils
E1c Why Negros joined the Communist party
E1d Angelo Herndon's trial
E1e Union organizing activities
E2a Position paper of the all-Southern Negro Youth Conference 6:54
E2b "Hitlerism at home"
E2c A. Philip Randolph and the March-on-Washington Movement
E2d "To Secure These Rights"
E3a Brown v. Board of Education 6:44
E3b Confrontation in Little Rock
E4a Comments on the events in Little Rock 4:30
E4b Interview with Mrs. Rosa Parks
E4c Martin Luther King at the Montgomery bus boycott rally
Voice – Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
1960 to 1969
F1a The Negro revolt 3:39
F1b Freedom Riders in the South
F1c The penalties of registering to vote
F2a Martin Luther King's "Letter from Birmingham Jail"
Voice – Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
F2b Martin Luther King's "I Have a Dream"
Voice – Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
F3a The Black Muslims' statement of principles
Voice – Malcolm X
F3b Malcolm X's "Message to the Grass Roots"
Voice – Malcolm X
F3c Malcolm X's last speech
Voice – Malcolm X
F4a Stokely Carmichael on Black Power 6:14
F4b Resolution of the Conference on Black Power
F4c "Crisis and Commitment"
F5a Eldridge Cleaver on the black revolution
Voice – Eldridge Cleaver
F5b Martin Luther King on the war in Vietnam
Voice – Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
F5c Revolt on the campuses

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LP side timings -
LE 7784
A: 25:02
B: 23:51

LE 7785
C: 27:04
D: 24:31

LE 7786
E: 24:01
F: 27:47

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A runout): LE 7784 A
  • Matrix / Runout (B runout): LE 7784 B
  • Matrix / Runout (C runout): LE 7785 C
  • Matrix / Runout (D runout): LE 7785 D
  • Matrix / Runout (E runout): LE 7786 E
  • Matrix / Runout (F runout): LE 7786 F
  • Other (library of congress catalog No.): 70-751402