Episode 352: "A Knocking at the Gate"

BMA: Black Media Archive show

Summary: The film "A Knocking at the Gate" (1964) was the second part of the documentary series "Minority Report." Produced by the North Carolina Film Board for the North Carolina Intercollegiate Council for Human Rights, the series stated the opinions and experiences of Negro students in North Carolina. These student demonstrators tell of the motivation and the philosophy that keeps them going, in spite of the indignities and the perils they encounter on the streets.