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HS 2330 .K63 K536 2015

Investigate the reasons North Carolina, long seen as the most progressive state in the South, became home to the largest Klan organization in the country, with more members than all the other Southern states combined, during the 1960s.

LC 2802 .N8 L66 2006

Long Road to Brown, Long Road Beyond
This documentary traces the issue of race and schools from the 1860s to the present. Voices of North Carolina parents, educators, students, and public leaders bring this history to life.

F 260.42 .M37 .D35 2005

Profile of Martha Mason, a Cleveland County, NC woman, who at age 11 was struck with polio and became paralyzed from the neck down. She graduated first in her class at Gardner-Webb College and Wake Forest College. Even though she has spent most of her life inside an iron lung, it has not stopped her from enjoying life, friends, and writing her own autobiography.


F 260.42.H86 S73 2015

A one-hour documentary examining Hunt's life and legacy. The story is told through interviews conducted just after Hunt left office in 2001. 

HD 6515 .T4 W48 2004

On June 23, 1999, after a quarter century of struggle, textile workers in Kannapolis, North Carolina won the single largest industrial union victory in the history of the South. This film traces the story of that struggle.

F 264 .W7 W55 2015

This film chronicles the attack on the African-American community that unseated elected officials in the port city of Wilmington, North Carolina on November 10, 1898.