Ossie Davis Remembered Box Set 3 CD

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Ossie Davis (December 18, 1917 – February 4, 2005)

CD 1: The Wonderful World of Law and Order -- A Play written and read by Ossie Davis about race relations in the United States, April 1964.

CD 2:

Ossie Davis, the Activist:
End the War Rally, Madison Square Garden , December 8, 1966

Speech given at Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Rally recorded in Central Park, April 5, 1968.

Ossie Davis eulogizes Malcolm X at the Faith Temple Church Of God, February 27, 1965.

Ossie Davis makes statement regarding the trial of the Harlem Six, May 3, 1971.

Ossie Davis moderates an Evening with Angela Davis, recorded Madison Square Garden, June 29, 1972.

Democracy Now! interviews Ossie Davis during an Anti-war March, March 24, 2003.

CD 3:

Ossie Davis in His Own Words:
Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee interviewed by Mimi Rosenberg, December 21, 1998
Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee interviewed by Amy Goodman on Democracy Now!, December 16, 1998

The Black Revolution and the White Backlash, 1964. Ossie Davis and others discuss the social impact of the Civil Rights movement.

Ossie Davis and James Baldwin question author William Styron about his biography of the Black activist Nat Turner. May 28, 1968.

Stolen Lives: A National Day Against Police Brutality: Ossie Davis speaks at a rally chronicling the stolen lives of young people killed by police. Oct. 28, 1998

Date Recorded on: 
2005-02-00 00:00:00
Date Broadcast on: 
2005-02-00 00:00:00
Total duration (All reels): 
Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archive, 1975.
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