Afro-American Perspectives. Lesson 29: Awareness, Feelings & Behavior

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30-program television series on black history and culture, written by William Blackwell Branch. Isaiah Fletcher, Affirmative Action coordinator for the Bethlehem Steel Corporation, and Malkia Roberts, artist and teacher at American University, co-moderators. Roberts leads discussion with poet and writer June Jordan, then visiting lecturer at Yale University, Howard Glickstein, director of Center for Civil Rights at Notre Dame Law School, and Dr. Roland C. McConnell, chair of the History Department at Morgan State College. Fletcher briefly discusses a recent book, "How to Get Along with Black People" (1971).
Maryland Public Television; Maryland. State Department of Education. Division of Instructional Television
Broadcasting, Communications
North America; United States of America
Public Broadcasting
Special Collections and University Archives
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