The Road to Freedom: From Alabama to Obama
Julian Bond recounts for audiences the civil rights movement from the Montgomery Bus Boycott to the election of the first black president.
Crossing the Color Line: From Rhythm ‘n Blues to Rock ‘n Roll
In this exciting multi-media presentation – which includes images and music – Julian Bond traces the development of a new kind of music and the diverse Americans who made it happen. Bond shares how African Americans influenced and shaped musical history from around World War II to the days of Elvis Presley and beyond. Through the story of music, he tells the story of the civil rights movement. In addition, Bond shares how music popular among Americans emerged from the compositions well-known among African Americans and how the attraction of American teenagers in the 1950s to traditionally African-American styles helped advance the movement and break down barriers among races.
How I Got in the Movement
Audiences have a chance to experience Julian Bond’s personal history of his time in the civil rights movement.
The 1964 Civil Rights Act: Celebrating the 50th Anniversary
During this important year, Julian Bond discusses a half-century of dramatic struggles for racial and economic justice, where we are now and what the future holds.
Fifty Years of Voting Rights — And Wrongs
This speech by Julian Bond goes in depth about the continuing and ongoing struggle for the right to vote.
Race to the White House: The Politics of Civil Rights
Julian Bond reviews the history and politics of the civil rights movement through personal reflections.
Blacks & Jews: Common Cause in a Divided America
An insightful presentation, Bond shares how two groups of people are facing discrimination find common cause.
Race Around the World
Race is not only seen in America, but around the world. In this talk, Julian Bond explains the international elements of the American freedom struggle.
The Broken Promise of Brown
This is an analysis of the effects of landmark 1954 Brown vs. Board of Education decision integrating public schools.