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Stokely Carmichael's Call for Black Power

Two years after the signing of the 1964 Civil Rights Bill, Stokely Carmichael raised his voice and his fist in a call to action for Black Power. We look at the impact of Carmichael's activism on contemporary progressive movements.
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Julia Child Works With Videotape

In a spoof for a WGBH 1964 holiday party, Russell Morash asks Julia Child, "Exactly what is videotape?" The footage was digitized as part of an initiative by the American Archive of Public Broadcasting and published in partnership with The Atlantic.
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The Importance of a Marathon Bombing Memorial

WGBH News Reporter Adam Reilly looks into efforts to create a permanent memorial site for the victims of the 2013 Boston Marathon Bombings and asks what the city needs to truly never forget.
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