Racial segregation ends at University of Alabama

/ James Hood and Vivian Malone register at University of Alabama ending segregation at the school / large crowd outside the University of Alabama campus / Governor George Wallace speaks in front of building / press and news cameras fill the crowd / federal agents walk through the crowd to the front of the campus building carrying a proclamation from President John F Kennedy / Wallace does not budge and agents leave / crowd stands and waits / federalized National Guardsmen guard the campus / Brigadier General Henry Graham walks up to Governor Wallace and tells him to move on as per the president's direct order / Wallace walks away from campus pushing through the crowd / African American student, James Hood is escorted through the front door of the college / African American, Vivian Malone, walks into registrar's office, becoming first black woman to enroll at the last all white college in the United States. Racial segregation ends at University of Alabama on June 11, 1963 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama (Footage by Getty Images)


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Clip #:159201016HD
Collection:Archive Films: Editorial
Date created:11 June, 1963
Licence type:Rights-ready
Release info:Not released. More information
Clip length:00:01:29
Location:Tuscaloosa, Alabama, United States
Mastered to:QuickTime 8-bit Photo-JPEG HD 1920x1080 23.98p More information
Originally shot on:35mm OCN 24p
Source:Archive Films Editorial
Object name:344211_AlbWall_111312
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