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On the first day of school host Barbara Barrow visits the students and faculty of the William Monroe Trotter School in Roxbury's District 9 to explore the intent of Judge Garrity's altered desegregation plan.
Date Created
10/15/1976
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Say Brother / Modification of Phase Two : What Does It Really Mean ?
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Barbara Barrow-Murray interviews Marcia Ann Gillespie, Editor-in-Chief of Essence magazine about the need for affirmative action to promote women in the workplace.
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12/14/1979
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Say Brother / Hour with Marcia Ann Gillespie, An
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Barbara Barrow-Murray chairs a discussion on the opinions of teenagers in Boston regarding drugs, school, parents, dating, morality, sex, and other concerns. The group discuss youth pregnancy and youth marriage.
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05/18/1979
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Say Brother / Conversation with the Next Generation, A
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Barbara Barrow-Murray interviews the vocalist and actress Eartha Kitt about her difficult childhood, her experience of not being a wanted child, and the pride she feels at having survived the prejudice of her childhood.
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09/14/1979
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Say Brother / Evening with Eartha Kitt, An
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Program explores two non-Western methods of healthcare and healing: acupuncture and transcendental meditation. Host Barbara Barrow-Murray speaks with Don West, a national representative of the transcendental meditation movement, in the first half of the program, and with John Shen (doctor of Chinese medicine), Barbara A. Nates (an acupuncture consumer representative), and Dr... more
Date Created
05/12/1978
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Say Brother / Alternative Medicine
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Host Barbara Barrow-Murray chairs a discussion between Evelyn Lee, Consuelo Gonzalez-Thornell, Renee Harriston, Ledith Lugo, Renae Scott, and Barbara Bullette, about how women are changing their attitudes about themselves, and how that attitude change can be a determining factor when they ever become victims of violence. Topics include rape, verbal and physical abuse (including spousal), reactions to abuse from the police, and self-protection... more
Date Created
11/16/1979
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Say Brother / Violence on Women
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Program focuses on the work of poet and actor Maya Angelou, whose new book of poems And Still I Rise was recently published. As part of an interview with Barbara Barrow-Murray, Maya Angelou reads her poem "Phenomenal Women" in the Say Brother studio.
Date Created
11/24/1978
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Say Brother / Observations of Brown Brilliance
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Barbara Barrow-Murray chairs a discussion on the opinions of teenagers in Boston regarding race relations in middle and high schools, including the Darryl Williams shooting at Jamaica Plain High School, the impact of violence on education, and the role of parents in perpetuating poor racial relations. In this excerpt from the program, the group discusses their opinions of the Darryl Williams shooting.
Date Created
11/30/1979
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Say Brother / Another Conversation with the Next Generation
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Program serves as a compilation of three previously aired segments related to the Chinese American community in Boston: Program 708, "Dismissing Some Myths About Chinese Americans," in which host Barbara Barrow-Murray speaks with May Ling Tong, Director of the Chinese American Civic Association, Program 814, "Third World Potpourri," in which Barbara Barrow speaks with actress Tsai Chin, a performer with the actors' group Cambridge Ensemb... more
Date Created
02/10/1978
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Say Brother / Profile of Boston's Chinese Community, A
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Program focuses on the escalating cost of oil and the hardships faced by limited-income families trying to keep warm... more
Date Created
10/19/1979
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Say Brother / Button Up Your Overcoat [Part 1 of 2]