A newsreel shows a clip of Martin Luther King Jr. talking about the Promised Land. A moment later, the hotel in Memphis where Dr. King was killed on April 4th, 1968. Robert Kennedy urges calm as he speaks to an audience about understanding the heartbreak as riots and protests tear through American cities. Coretta Scott King is mourning. The funeral procession is shown and among the mourners are RFK and Richard Nixon. A shot of the Poor Peoples March on Washington is shown which continued despite MLK's death
The sign warns to not feed the animals and as the camera pans down monkeys are revealed. the 3 monkeys are each holding a bag and are feeding the humans treats. The humans happily gobble then up.
1970's vintage clip of old-timer at a gas station. He is smiling and a man working at the station smiles back as he washes his windshield. Great montage of a bygone era.
Witness the fight for civil rights as they happened in May 1963. Martin Luher King Jr. joins in the protests for equality and an end to segregation. Hear the voice of JFK speak over the inspiring images of protests seeking equality for all as well as the brutality of law enforcement seeking to quiet the dissent.
Senator Sam Ervin of North Carolina opposes the Civil Rights Bill during its early stages of becoming law in the United States.
An intense game of Checkers is being played on the bottom of a turtle shell by the turtle who occupies it. He is playing himself. I wonder who is going to win
A had pops out of an open handbag, closes the clasp, begins to walk with hand with the bag on top, it walks slowly then begins to dash