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resource_link res="MLA001095">Panel discussion on violence against women Program focuses on the sexual victimization, harassment, and abuse of women. Program stems from a series of brutal rapes and murders perpetrated against women in Boston that generated a storm of public protest and the women's rally that followed... more
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11/16/1979
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Say Brother / Violence on Women
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Date Created
12/01/1978
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Say Brother / Changing Face of Chinatown, The
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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. Barbara Barrow-Murray talks about the everyday politeness we show to strangers that can be used against women when they are attacked.
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11/16/1979
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Say Brother / Violence on Women
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11/17/1978
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Say Brother / African Derivations
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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
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10/19/1979
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Say Brother / Button Up Your Overcoat [Part 1 of 2]
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Program focuses on the construction work underway in the South End of Boston necessary to replacing a combined sewage system... more
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10/12/1979
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Say Brother / Cost of a Facelift
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Program focuses on three major diseases that affect the Third World community: lupus, high blood pressure, and sickle cell anemia. Host Barbara Barrow-Murray, in a live program, speaks with guests Henrietta Aladjem (author of The Sun is My Enemy, a book detailing her life as a lupus patient), Dr. Carlos Vera (a hematologist at the Boston City Hospital and director of a clinical study on sickle cell at the Boston Sickle Cell Center), Dr... more
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12/07/1979
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Say Brother / Health Update
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12/14/1979
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Say Brother / Hour with Marcia Ann Gillespie, An
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Say Brother researcher Eileen Yang speaks with Jim Yee of Quincy Community Council about his perspective on the pending redevelopment around Boston's Chinatown neighborhood. Yee believes the development will have a significant negative impact on the community, as well as creating dangerous traffic congestion in the area.
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12/01/1978
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Say Brother / Changing Face of Chinatown, The
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12/29/1978
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Say Brother / Kwanzaa Special