Roy Wilkins at 68th NAACP Annual Convention in United States.
United States USA Date:1977 Duration:4 min 9 sec Sound:Yes
Civil rights leaderRoy Wilkins speaks into microphone. He sees a painting. A photo shows Roy Wilkins protesting with other people. Large crowd gathered at 68th National Association for Advancement of Colored People Annual Convention. Photographs of African American people show children at play and women standing, a African American farmer in a field, African American students in a school, African American people march, African American men and women have signs tied to their necks. Roy Wilkins talks. Photos show evidence of segregation: African American drinking out of a segregated water cooler (Jim Crow laws), theaters for colored people, sign shows way to restaurant for colored people. Clarence Mitchell addresses the Convention and speaks about Roy Wilkins. Clarence Mitchell talks about Roy Wilkins. United States Capitol building in background.
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