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Melvin Moore chairs a debate on whether or not Third World women should participate in the women's movement. Media specialist and historian Brenda Verner talks about the need to properly include African American women in the women's rights movement.
Date Created
11/18/1977
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Video
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Say Brother / Say Sister: A Tribute to Third World Women
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Melvin Moore interviews WGBH Radio producer Sixto Escobar about the styles, techniques, and cultural implications of Latino music, in particular that of Puerto Ricans in New York City. Sixto talks about the similarities between folk music in Puerto Rico, and Folk music in the United States in the context of the cultural importance of the music.
Date Created
12/08/1978
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Video
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Say Brother / Percussions
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As part of the for-stage trilogy The Black Dyad, directed by playwrights Evelyn and Melvin Moore. Nia Anderson performs an excerpt from the play "The Commitment" about whether or not people should be compelled to share feelings of devotion with one another.
Date Created
08/13/1976
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Video
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Say Brother / Men and Women
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Host Melvin Moore chairs a discussion between Raffael De Gruttala (Director of Bilingual Education in Boston), Stephanie Fan (Teacher in Charge at the Bilingual Education Department), David Cortiella (of El Comite De Padres), and Ray Almeida (community advocate for bilingual and multicultural education and proponent of Cape Verdian education in Massachusetts) about the issues relating to bilingual education in Massachusetts. Ray Almeida talks about why there is resistance to bilingual education in America.
Date Created
05/19/1978
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Video
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Say Brother / Bilingual Education
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Host Melvin Moore asks about the differences in what children learn in relation to aggressive acts. Dr. Sheryl B. Graves, Professor of Psychology at New York University, talks about racial difference as it is portrayed on television. Studies show Black children pay different amounts of attention if the model is Black, or if the model is White, and that Black children are more likely to imitate White role models.
Date Created
06/24/1977
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Video
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Say Brother / TV Violence and Its Effect on Children
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Dr. Virgil Wood, board member of the SCLC (Southern Christian Leadership Conference), speaks with host Mel Moore about the political impact of Martin Luther King Jr.'s March on Washington, August 28th, 1963.
Date Created
01/13/1978
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Video
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Say Brother / Praise to King Martin
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Program consists of a number of magazine-style segments, including a Stephen Curwood interview with Daniel Campbell (of Prison Reform Organization) and Mackie MacLeod (of Family and Friends of Prisoners) on the state of correctional institutions in Massachusetts; an "Open Platform" debate moderated by Melvin Moore on prisoner classification and whether or not it has merit (with debaters Tom Sellers, Deputy Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Corrections... more
Date Created
12/16/1977
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Say Brother / Prison Reforms
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Date Created
08/13/1976
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Say Brother / Men and Women
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Date Created
10/07/1977
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Say Brother / Affirmative Action or Discrimination? [Part 1 of 2]
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Date Created
03/14/1976
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Say Brother / Another Approach To Theatre