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Author Anderson, Glenn B.
Title Still I rise [videorecording] : the enduring legacy of Black deaf Arkansans before & after integration / [Glenn B. Anderson].
Published [Little Rock] : Arkansas Association of the Deaf, c2006.
LOCATION CALL # STATUS
 Nat Ctr on Deafness (Ref)  HV2561.A8 A64 2006    IN LIBRARY
 Nat Ctr on Deafness (Ref)  HV2561.A8 A64 2006  guide    IN LIBRARY
  
Description 1 videodisc (ca. 60 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet (47 pages : illustrations , portrait ; 22 cm.)
Summary The DVD includes stories of the experiences of Black deaf students prior to and after the Supreme Court's Brown v. the Topeka Board of Education decision in 1954. Before the Brown decision, Arkansas was one of the 15 states, mostly in the South, which maintained separate schools for White and Black deaf students. When schools were integrated, much of the history of the Black deaf schools was lost. The DVD and the booklet include interviews, biographical information, and portraits of former students and staff.
Language American Sign Language and English; open captioned.
Subject Deaf -- Arkansas -- History.
Deaf -- Arkansas -- Biography.
Deaf -- Education -- Arkansas.
African Americans -- Arkansas -- History.
African Americans -- Arkansas -- Biography.
African Americans with disabilities -- Arkansas.
OCLC number 99062564