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Date Created
04/20/1979
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Say Brother / Invitation From Cuba
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Date Created
10/29/1976
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Say Brother / Blues Ain't Nothing But a Poem, The
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Date Created
10/21/1977
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Say Brother / Spikes to Spindles
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Georgia State Representative Julian Bond presents his "Historical Minute" on the history of Black capitalism in the United States. He quotes from the Gazetteer and Guide from 1901 that states between 1620 and 1830 the real and personal property of Free Blacks was valued at $100 million.
Date Created
11/05/1975
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Say Brother / Nation of Islam: A Portrait
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Date Created
11/05/1975
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Say Brother / Nation of Islam: A Portrait
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Excerpt from the film "From Spikes to Spindles" with Ben Lee, ILGWU representative (International Ladies Garment Workers' Union), on the reasons why Chinese American women are working in garment factories in New York City. There are 300 garment factories in the Chinatown area providing the largest single source of employment in the area.
Date Created
10/21/1977
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Say Brother / Spikes to Spindles
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Date Created
12/10/1976
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Say Brother / Candid Look at Boston's Largest Black Radio Station, A
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Date Created
12/23/1977
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Say Brother / Christmas in Color
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Clif Saunders, Director of the Boston Indian Council, discusses the concept of self-determination following the recent executive order issued by Massachusetts legislature recognizing Native Americans.
Date Created
11/12/1976
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Say Brother / State Recognition After 400 Years: Who and Why ?
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Hosts Barbara Barrow and Dighton Spooner speak with Dr. Tony Martin (author of Race First, from Greenwood Press), Joseph Peltier (member of a movement for a new Dominica), Franz Minuty (a lecturer on Haitian culture), and Kenneth A. Loftman (a former educator in the West Indies and businessman in Boston), about the legacy of colonial rule on the education system in the West Indies.
Date Created
07/16/1976
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Video
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Say Brother / Islands, The