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"Focuses on the explosive urban rebellion which erupted in Newark, New Jersey, in July 1967; a tragedy caused by similar problems that sparked
race riots across America. The film takes viewers on a daily chronicle of events, including the calling of the State Police and National Guard, their occupation of the city and use of unnecessary firepower." Available?
Clement Price, Donald Malafronte, Junius Willliams, Morris Spielberg, Roger Smith and Craig Mierop talk about the five days in July 1967. 2007?
Race and Politics in America's Cities.
Films for the Humanities, 2008.
"On the 40th anniversary of the landmark Kerner Commission Report on civil unrest, this edition of the Journal spotlights former Oklahoma Senator Fred Harris, one of the last living members of the original Commission, who discusses the root causes of the 1960s riots that rocked Newark, Detroit, and other U.S. cities." Available?
The Riot Makers.
Spectrum of Washington, D.C., Inc., 197-.
"Presents the thesis that the late 1960's riots, particulary in Watts and Newark, were the result of outside agitators who had Marxist-Leninist backgrounds." Available?