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Retirement facilities for elderly African Americans

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Summary
Excerpt from the short documentary film produced by the National Caucus on the Black Aged, Inc. titled Old, Black and Alive. About the living conditions and attitudes of older African Americans, Old, Black and Alive has the stated objective of depicting "both the similarities and the differences" among the aged in Macon County, Alabama. Retired housewife Pearl M. Johnson reminisces about her life, and the conditions in the retirement home where she now resides.
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African American women, Older people--Alabama, Older African Americans, Cantor, Frank, Jackson, Jacquelyne J., Johnson, Hall, 1888-1970, Johnson, Fred (Halim Adbur Rashid), Shaw, Sarah-Ann, National Caucus on the Black Aged (U.S.), Roxbury Comprehensive Community Health Center (Roxbury, Mass.), Old, Black and Alive (Motion picture), New Film Company, Inc.
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