A FBI training film about behavior of people in various riot and crowd situations in the United States. People on a street in Philadelphia Pennsylvania during the 1964 North Philadelphia riots, sparked during time of racial tensions and civil rights movement. An organizer or community member speaks into a megaphone. Policemen talk to people. A crowded sidewalk. Scene shifts to night. Possibly same riot, but not confirmed. Flames rise from a building at night set ablaze by protestors. U.S. National Guard soldiers in riot gear near military vehicles. An ambulance drives off. Riots underway: Automobile traffic on a road. Police in riot gear patrol the streets. Rioters run on a road, retreating the scene past police and military.
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