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(1978) A video clip from "WFSU-TV's "Vibrations" program. Interviewer Lucias Gant talks with Georgia Sen. Julian Bond about civil rights issues. There is additional footage of Sen. Bond giving a speech." The footage of Bond runs for the first half of the video (up until approximately the 14:00 mark).
(Runtime: 1:16:55, originally created February 27, 2012, uploaded February 9, 2015)
"In this interview, Bond discusses his early years, his education at Morehouse College, and his involvement in the civil rights movement, including his activities with the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC). He talks about the racial and political climate in Atlanta in the 1960s. Bond also describes his experience in the political arena as a member of the Georgia House of Representatives and, later, the Georgia senate."
In the interview series, Explorations in Black Leadership, Julian Bond interviewed prominent Black leaders. This playlist complies 19 interviews in addition to several other videos from the University of Virginia that involve Bond.
(Runtime: 48:40, originally created April 4, 1973, uploaded December 9, 2013)
A speech given by Julian Bond in 1973 on the 1972 election, the end of the civil rights movement with the relection of Richard Nixon, and the grim outlook he held of the contemporary political, economic, and physical circumstances of Black people and other oppressed people of the United States. There is a question and answer section at the end.
(Runtime: 2:07:18, originally created February 14, 2003, uploaded September 4, 2019)
A speech given by Julian Bond titled "Faces at the Bottom of the Well: Nightmare of Reality versus Dr. King's Dream" at MIT's 29th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration.
(Runtime: 57:08, created and uploaded December 20, 2007)
A speech given by Julian Bond on the integration of schools in the program "Reconsidering Little Rock: 50 Years After the Start of School Integration."
"Bond recalls the experience of growing up in the segregated south, where his parents’ belief in hard work and education lifted the family out of what he describes as an apartheid system. An erudite, well-spoken man, audiences visit his classroom at the University of Virginia where he shares with a new generation the turbulent years of the Civil Rights Movement. Julian Bond’s recollections chronicle several turbulent decades of American history, as society was evolving to allow more opportunity to African Americans." (Runtime: 33:49) Directed by Eduardo Montes-Bradley and copyrighted by Filmmaker's Library.
A finding aid for the Julian Bond Papers held by University of Virginia. The scope and contents is summarized as: "This collection consists of the political and personal papers of Civil Rights activist, Georgia State Senator and Representative, and professor, Julian Bond (1940-), ca. 1897-2006, with copies of earlier material, consisting of ca. 47,000 items (134 Hollinger boxes, 1 Card File Box and 3 Oversize boxes, ca. 60 linear feet). " None of the materials accessible here are digitized. See the below link to the "FromThePage" project for some digitized papers from the collection.
An ongoing project from the partnership between University of Virginia's Carter G. Woodson Institute and Center for Digital Editing which is digitizing and transcribing documents from the Julian Bond Papers held by the University of Virginia.