CLIP: POLICE BRUTALITY AGAINST DEMONSTRATORS FOR CIVIL RIGHTS, BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA, USA, 1963

February 7, 2021

Robin Day reports on the 1963 civil rights demonstrations in Birmingham, Alabama for Panorama. 

In the spring of 1963, Martin Luther King organised a large-scale protest campaign in Birmingham, Alabama, where Governor George Wallace had declared his total support for segregation. There was serious violence – the Alabama state police brutally attacked the marchers, using fire hoses, dogs, and tear gas – King and other leaders were arrested.

4 minutes in length

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