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USA Berry Oscar
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Summary: Halle Berry Oscar Win
Story No: X07975
Source: APTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 25/03/2002 00:00 AM
People: Halle Berry
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1. SOT Question - "First you and then Denzel, do you think that this city became colour blind now?" SOT Halle Berry - "I hope so. It's a great night, I never thought it would be possible in my lifetime. I hope so and I hope this means that they wont not see our colour, I think that is what makes us and everybody so unique. I hope that now maybe we will start to be judged on the merit of our work and not the colour of our skin."

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People: Halle Berry
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USA NAACP AWARDS
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Summary: Michael Jordan arrival
Story No: X07984
Source: APTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 25/02/1999 00:00 AM
People: Michael Jordan
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ARRIVAL MICHAEL JORDAN

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Some of the biggest names in entertainment hit the red carpet on Thursday at the 30th annual Image Awards hosted by the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People). The special anniversary show drew the likes of basketballer MICHAEL JORDAN.

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People: Michael Jordan
Organisations: NAACP
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Entertainment US Campaign
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Summary: Oprah joins Obama campaign in South Carolina and New Hampshire
Story No: 546572
Source: AP TELEVISION
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 10/12/2007 07:22 AM
People: Oprah Winfrey, Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, John Lynch
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SHOTLIST:

Columbia, South Carolina - 9 December 2007

1. Oprah Winfrey coming on stage and hugging Michelle, Barack Obama's wife

2. Mid of audience clapping

3. Wide of Oprah Winfrey dancing on stage

4. SOUNDBITE (English) Oprah Winfrey, talk show host:

"South Carolina, January 26th is your moment, it's your moment, it's your time to seize the opportunity to support a man who, as the Bible says, loves mercy and does justly. There are those who say that it's not his time, that he should wait his turn. Think about where you'd be in your life if you waited when the people told you to. I wouldn't be where I am if I waited on the people who told me it couldn't be."

5. Obama kissing Winfrey and hugging her and his wife

Manchester, New Hampshire - 9 December 2007

6. Wide of Obama on stage, audience clapping

7. SOUNDBITE (English) Barack Obama, Democrat candidate for Presidential nomination:

"We were promised compassionate conservatism, and we got Katrina and wiretaps instead. We were promised a uniter and instead we got a president who couldn't even lead the half of the country that voted for him. We were promised a more ethical and more efficient Washington, and instead we've got a Washington that is more wasteful and more corrupt than it was before. And the only mission that was ever accomplished was to use fear and falsehood to take this country into a war that should have never been authorised and should have never been waged."

8. Mid of Obama holding baby

9. SOUNDBITE (English) Jerri Anne Boggis, Obama supporter:

"He was awesome, he was brilliant, just what I was looking for."

(Q: Who did you enjoy seeing more, Oprah or him?)

A: They were so equally good, but Obama, he's the reason we're here, and it was good for Oprah to be here to help support him."

10. Oprah meeting supporters

OPRAH GETS POLITICAL

The Oprah and Obama tour hit the early primary voting state of South Carolina, with the talk show host and media mogul Oprah Winfrey exhorting nearly 30-thousand to ignore Barack Obama's detractors and help him capture the Democratic nomination and the presidency.

"South Carolina, January 26th is your moment," Winfrey said, referring to the state Democratic primary date during a campaign stop alongside the US senator from Illinois.

"It's your time to seize the opportunity to support a man who, as the Bible says, loves mercy and does justly. There are those who say it's not his time, that he should wait his turn. Think about where you'd be in your life if you'd waited when people told you to" she added.

Obama's campaign said more than 29-thousand attended the event on Sunday at the University of South Carolina's football stadium.

It had the feel of a rock concert, with bands playing for early arrivals and campaign supporters yelling "fire it up" to the crowd.

Winfrey, who also campaigned for Obama on Saturday in Iowa, offered a touch of talk show-like advice during a 17-minute speech.

A recent AP-Pew Research poll has Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton leading in South Carolina with 45 percent of likely Democratic primary voters, followed by Obama's 31 percent.

The two candidates break even on the black vote here, and that is where Winfrey's appeal could become a factor, along with her pull among women.

Obama, during his address, criticised the Bush administration and took several veiled swipes at Clinton, though never referenced his rival by name.

He said voters will need to cast ballots in favour of a candidate, not against an incumbent who is leaving office.

Obama was accompanied by his wife, Michelle, and said it was his campaign's biggest crowd.

The event at Williams-Brice Stadium initially was planned for a smaller venue with a capacity of 18,000, but was moved to the stadium after the campaign gave out all of its free tickets two days after distribution began.

Organisers said they did not expect to fill the massive arena, however.

About 8,500 people greeted Obama and Winfrey at their last stop in Manchester, New Hampshire, on Sunday night, including Governor John Lynch and the state's two Democratic members of Congress.

"We were promised compassionate conservatism, and we got Katrina and wiretaps instead. We were promised a uniter and instead we got a president who couldn't even lead the half of the country that voted for him," he told the New Hampshire crowd.

"We were promised a more ethical and more efficient Washington, and instead we've got a Washington that is more wasteful and more corrupt than it was before. And the only mission that was ever accomplished was to use fear and falsehood to take this country into a war that should have never been authorised and should have never been waged," Obama added.

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Subjects: Campaigns, Presidential elections, United States Presidential Election, Government and politics, Primary elections, Elections, National elections, Events
People: Oprah Winfrey, Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, John Lynch
Locations: South Carolina, New Hampshire, Columbia, Manchester, United States, North America
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UN: MUHAMMAD ALI NAMED MESSENGER OF PEACE AT UN CEREMONY
Title:
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Summary: UN: MUHAMMAD ALI NAMED MESSENGER OF PEACE AT UN CEREMONY
Story No: 89048
Source: UNTV
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 15/09/1998 00:00 AM
People: Muhammad Ali, Kofi Annan
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Former heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali traded a pair of red boxing gloves for a golden dove on Tuesday when the United Nations named him its Messenger of Peace.

During a brief ceremony in New York, U-N Secretary General Kofi Annan pinned a small golden dove onto Ali's lapel.

For more than a decade, the boxer has suffered from Parkinson's syndrome, a degenerative nerve disease that has slowed his reflexes.

It was a smiling Muhammad Ali who was lead into the U-N Secretary General's office in New York on Tuesday.

He showed his lively spirit when he lightly jabbed his right fist toward a United Nations cameraman as he walked down the corridor.

Once inside, U-N Secretary General Kofi Annan pinned a small golden dove onto Ali's lapel and presented him with a videotape of a speech the former boxer gave at the United Nations in 1979 in which he criticised apartheid in South Africa.

Annan then received a pair of Ali's gloves.

Ali's wife, Lonnie, acts as a spokeswoman for her once highly articulate husband.

She told the gathering that the gloves were symbolic on her husband's part because everything was a struggle.

For more than a decade, Ali has suffered from Parkinson's syndrome, a degenerative nerve disease that has slowed his reflexes and made it difficult for him to talk.

His intellect, however, is unaffected.

Ali has travelled the world on humanitarian missions, and most recently visited Cuba.

New York, United States - 15 September 1998

1. Muhammad Ali punches cameraman

2. Kofi Annan gives glove to Ali

3. Close up of glove

4. Close up of plaque

5. Ali is given UN Citation

New York, United States - 15 September 1998

1. Muhammad Ali punches cameraman

2. Kofi Annan gives glove to Ali

3. Close up of glove

4. Close up of plaque

5. Ali is given UN Citation

New York, United States - 15 September 1998

1. Muhammad Ali punches cameraman

2. Kofi Annan gives glove to Ali

3. Close up of glove

4. Close up of plaque

5. Ali is given UN Citation

New York, United States - 15 September 1998

1. Muhammad Ali punches cameraman

2. Kofi Annan gives glove to Ali

3. Close up of glove

4. Close up of plaque

5. Ali is given UN Citation

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Subjects: Boxing, Men's boxing, Sports, Men's sports, Men's boxing
People: Muhammad Ali, Kofi Annan
Organisations: United Nations
Locations: New York, United States, North America
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Arthur Ashe
Title:
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Summary: Arthur Ashe coaching black youths on tennis court:
Story No: X07993
Source: WTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 08/02/1993 00:00 AM
People:
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1. Ashe coaching black youths on tennis court

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Subjects: Coaching, Sports
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Congo Armstrong
Title:
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Summary: Louis Armstrong in Congo
Story No: X07979
Source: Universal Archives
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 31/12/1960 00:00 AM
People: Louis Armstrong
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full story: w018403

Universal Newsreel 1960

Satchmo Swings In Congo

One of America's most extraordinary ambassadors, Louis Armstrong, arrives in the troubled Congo with his jazz band on a state Department-sponsored good-will mission, and receives a swinging reception.

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Universal Sports Clipreel: Part 17
Title:
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Summary: Post WWII, Olympics
Story No: X00071
Source: The Universal Archives
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 31/12/1948 00:00 AM
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Players and fans return to the ballparks after WWII - Joe

DiMaggio hits 25 homeruns in first postwar season

Jackie Robinson becomes the first black player in the major

leagues in 1947

First Olympics since 1936 held in Wembley, England, 1948 -

Opening ceremonies - peace is the theme

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USA March
Title:
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Summary: Celebrities join march to state capital
Story No: a0014273
Source: UPIN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 24/03/1965 04:00 AM
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03/24/65 0014273

enroute to montgomery, ala - celebrities join march to state capital (f - l - s -sa1 & sa2 - euro all ex: poland)

nx 31633 "march clebrities" shows: (1) people leaving rr station 5 secs; ((2) sof official 26; ((3) cu people lined up 4; (4) mcui same 4; (5) sammy davis jr 8; (6) king - belafonte & bennett 9; (7) ms - cu on march 13; (18) cu marcher on crutches 5; (9) ls marchers on highway 6; (10) pan people out of buses 13; (11) cu marchers in rad 13; (12) flags & people marching 4.

(63ft - 1:56, shot 3/24/65)

davis, sammy jr

Belafonte, harry

king, martin luther

civil rigts, -ala selma

alamba

xx / 63 ft / 16 - neg /

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Althea Gibson
Title:
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Summary: Althea Gibson beats Louise Brough in straight sets to become the first black to win the U.S. singles crown
Story No: X07986
Source: Universal
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 31/12/1957 00:00 AM
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USA - 1957

(Tennis At Forest Hill)

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Althea Gibson beats Louise Brough in straight sets to become the first black to win the U.S. singles crown. Mal Anderson becomes the first unseeded player to take the men's crown, upsetting Australian champ Anshley Cooper.

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Locations: United States, North America
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Race Relations Clipreel
Title:
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Summary: Malcolm X quotes
Story No: X06294
Source: ABC News VideoSource
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 31/12/1963 00:00 AM
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MALCOLM X - various speeches and interviews

LOCATION UNKNOWN

SHOWS

CLIPREEL

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