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Ruell C. on Eyes on the Prize

The television series Eyes on the Prize, provided by PBS, includes episodes that give different perspectives from a camera lens on major social issues ranging from 1954 to 1985. 987 more words

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Nathan B. on Eyes on the Prize

The documentary Eyes on the Prize was a very informative and powerful documentary regarding the civil rights movement with a focus on the events that happened in Selma. 772 more words

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Iyonna B. on Eyes on the Prize

I think that Eyes on the Prize did a very good jobs of representing the era in which this film takes place. The reason I feel like this is because it is documentary, so it has to be very accurate. 803 more words

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Andrew C. on Eyes on the Prize

We watched the video “Eyes on the Prize, Bridges to Freedom” in class. The film was from 1965 and it was about black people getting the right to vote in Selma, Alabama. 835 more words

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Jenny C. on Eyes on the Prize

In its overview of the civil rights battle marked by a march of activists from Selma, Alabama to Montgomery, Alabama, this episode was generally well-made. The use of actual footage does much to bolster the audience’s belief in the facts that are presented. 813 more words

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Chris E. on Eyes on the Prize

“Eyes on the Prize” was a great film because it gives the right amount of information that students should know about the Civil Rights movement. Some examples include the issues, the tactics, and the people who sacrificed, suffered, and died who fought for freedom. 789 more words

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Denise G. on Eyes on the Prize

I actually thought that this film was very similar to the movie Selma. It highlighted a lot of points that Martin Luther King was trying to accomplish during the Civil Rights Movement. 844 more words

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