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David O. Ives discusses the origin of Say Brother on WGBH Television

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Summary
Barbara Barrow-Murray interviews David O. Ives about the origin of Say Brother on WGBH Television. Ives talks about the impact of the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., and the need to allow African Americans to create and produce their own programs. He talks about the commitment of the then General Manager, Hartford N. Gunn, to get a program for, by, and about Black people on the air.
Topics
African Americans in television broadcasting, Television in community development, Cass, Melnea A. (Melnea Agnes), 1896-1978, Farrakhan, Louis, King, Mel, Lewis, Elma, Civil rights, Civil rights, Civil rights movement, Segregation, Durant, Lenny, Ives, David O., O'Bryant, John, Shaw, Sarah-Ann, Tillman, Russell, King, Lloyd, Say Brother (television program)
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