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Title Watts, then and now : 1965-1991 / BuzzTaxi Communications Inc.
Imprint New York, N.Y. : Films Media Group, [2007], ©1998.

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Description 1 streaming video file (47 min.) : sound, color, digital file
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Encoded with permission for digital streaming by Films Media Group on Feb. 07, 2007.
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Subject Political activists -- United States -- History -- 20th century.
African Americans -- History.
United States -- History -- 1969-
United States -- History -- 1961-1969.
United States.
Since 1900
Genre Educational films.
History.
Internet videos.
Educational films.
Internet videos.
Contents Prelude to the 1965 Watts Riots (2:33) -- The Civil Rights Act and Life in 1965 Watts (2:05) -- The Community of Watts (1:54) -- Prelude to the 1965 Watts Riots (4:29) -- An Arrest Sparks the 1965 Watts Riots (2:54) -- The 1965 Watts Riots Escalate (3:06) -- The 1965 Watts Riots: Calm Before the Storm (1:44) -- The 1965 Watts Riots Explode (2:11) -- The 1965 Watts Riots Spread (2:07) -- Looting During the 1965 Watts Riots (3:08) -- Police Respond to 1965 Watts Riots (1:36) -- The National Guard Responds: Watts Becomes a War Zone (3:52) -- Aftermath of the 1965 Watts Riots (2:20) -- Rioting Spreads and Civil Rights Elude Black Americans (1:25) -- Rebuilding Watts After the 1965 Riots (2:15) -- From the Watts Riots to the Rodney King Incident (1:23) -- Unemployment and Investing in Watts (2:24) -- Watts Today (3:59).
Summary In the summer of 1965, tensions in South Central Los Angeles exploded: high unemployment, poverty, and racism ignited a tinderbox of frustration after a routine traffic arrest. In 1991, the same conditions once again resulted in riots, violence, and looting after the acquittal of four white police officers in the beating of Rodney King. This program examines the socioeconomic conditions in Watts that have made it an ongoing hotbed of violence. Community activists and long-time residents, along with younger residents, address the question of why it happened in 1965 and 1991-and what can be done so that it does not happen again.
Other Author Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm)
Films Media Group.
BuzzTaxi Communications Inc.
Other Title Originally produced: BuzzTaxi Communications Inc., 1998
Other Title 1965-1991