Social movements were a defining feature of 1967 as African-Americans, women and members of the LGBTQ community fought for equality and justice. Below you will find videos, books and links to resources that support 1960s social movement research.
REVOLUTION '67 focuses on the explosive urban rebellion in Newark, New Jersey, in July 1967, to reveal the long-standing racial, economic, and political forces which generated inner city poverty and perpetuate it today.
The full documentary is available for viewing at Academic Video Online for members of the Binghamton University community.
Women's Rights: Then and now