Malcolm X: Struggle For Freedom (1967)

17 Dec
Director   Lebert Bethune
Producer   Grove Press Film Division.
Contributors   Narrator, Betaudier; photographer, John Taylor; editor, Elspeth MacDougall
Length   22 min
B&W/Color   b&w
UO Library Catalog description:  Portrays Malcolm X at a time when his views were changing to include the world situation with regard to the race problem. Includes interviews filmed during Malcolm X’s trip to Europe and Africa shortly before his assassination in the United States, intersperced with scenes of African rebellion
Call #  FILM Mb169
Genre  documentary
Rare  no
Online  no
Copyright status public domain
Physical condition  fair
Oregon-related  no

Notes:

According to “Caribbean Writers: A Bio-Bibliographical-Critical Encyclopedia” (Three Continents Press, 1979), Bethune is a novelist and poet born in Jamaica in 1937. He emigrated to New York City, earned a B.S. from NYU, then moved to France.

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