“A call to pride and a renewed push for unity galvanize black America.”
This episode of Eyes on the Prize covers the evolution of Cassius Clay into Muhammad Ali as well as the development of Afrocentric consciousness among students at Howard University in Washington, D.C. (This period in the university’s history is a key reason that Howard represents “the Mecca” for Ta-Nehisi Coates.)
- “Ain’t Gonna Shuffle No More (1964-72)”
Vimeo or better quality from Films on Demand
To view the Films on Demand version, follow Galileo > Browse by Type > Multimedia > Films on Demand. Once there, search for “Ain’t Gonna Shuffle No More.”
(To log into Galileo from off campus, you’ll need this semester’s password, which I sent to your CSU email and which you can access directly through the library’s web site.
- Ain’t Gonna Shuffle No More