Is it Bernie? Filmmakers think they’ve found video of Sanders’ 1963 arrest as a look-alike is dragged away by police for protesting segregation in Chicago schools

A gathering of narrative filmmakers accept they may have uncovered film of Bernie Sanders’ 1963 capture in Chicago. 
At age 21, Sanders was captured challenging in Englewood at a site where Chicago Open Schools was gathered to construct an whole school out of trailers, which were nicknamed ‘Willis Wagons,’ after the administrator who would Or maybe put up impermanent structures in dark neighborhoods than coordinate the classrooms.
Earlier this week those behind the expected narrative ’63 Boycott, which takes after the integration challenges of that summer, composed a blog post inquiring those who were dynamic in the dissents at the time to recognize a bit highlighting a youthful man with dull glasses that emphatically takes after the presidential hopeful. 
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The New York Post come to out to the Sanders battle to see on the off chance that they were capable to ID the fellow. 
‘The man in the video looks like him, yet we’re not 100 percent beyond any doubt what’s more, we’re working to attempt to check it,’ an assistant for Sanders said today. 
Besides the footage, there’s a paper trail connecting Sanders to that particular challenge in the shape of a Chicago Tribune article date Jan. 14, 1964. 

The story notes that a Bernard Sanders was found blameworthy of standing up to arrest – which the film, in the event that authenticated, would back up as the youthful man is seen being pulled what’s more, dragged along by the police. 
Sanders was among four dissidents who were fined $25 each, the article, burrowed up by Mother Jones, reported.   
While common rights symbol Rep. John Lewis, who embraced Hillary Clinton nearby the Congressional Dark Gathering political activity panel last week, addressed Sanders’ common rights bonafides, ‘many Chicagoans keep in mind hims as a understudy coordinator at the College of Chicago in the early 60s,’ the ’63 Blacklist filmmakers pointed out. 
Another challenge picture from this period had demonstrated quickly risky for Sanders, as the subject was to begin with recognized as Sanders, what’s more, utilized by the campaign, what’s more, at that point as Bruce Rappaport, another part of CORE.
The picture taker came forward prior this month what’s more, said he in fact captured Sanders at a sit-in in the early 1960s.  
Sanders has talked about his activism a bit on the battle trail.
When Anderson Cooper brought up Sanders’ run-in with the law at a CNN town lobby in progress of the New Hampshire primary, the Vermont representative bounced in, ‘don’t tell anyone that,’ he joked. 
Sanders clarified that his guardians weren’t political, his sibling was a little bit, ‘but, you know, it – you know, like in any school you see enormous kids picking on little kids, you know. What’s more, I disliked that. I continuously did.’ 
‘And, you know, foul play pestered me very, exceptionally much.’ 
Sanders exchanged from Brooklyn School to the College of Chicago in 1961 what’s more, found inside a year of living there that dark understudies weren’t being permitted to lease in off-campus structures possessed by the university. 
Sanders was dynamic in CORE, the Congress for Racial Equality, what’s more, moved his activism past the grounds by going to the Walk on Washington in 1963, where Lewis gladly spoke. 
He at that point returned to Chicago afterward that summer what’s more, on Regal 12 was captured at the convergence of 74th what’s more, Lowe streets.  
Sanders said he learned a part from these experiences, possibly indeed more than he learned in the classroom. 
‘I wasn’t a awesome student, I have to – I have to concede it,’ he said. ‘In fact, I learned more off grounds – I shouldn’t say this to other understudies though.’ 
‘Do your homework, study,’ Sanders recommended   

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