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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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Host Barbara Barrow-Murray speaks chairs a discussion between Sherry Weingart (Co-director of the Women's Community Heath Center), Mary Alice Lee (Director of Counseling and Referrals for Planned Parenthood League of Massachusetts), Beverly Smith (an instructor on women's health at the University of Massachusetts, Boston, and member of the Boston Chapter Committee to End Sterilization Abuse), and Christine Bond (Director of Family Planning, Harvard St... more
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04/14/1978
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Say Brother / Politics of Women's Healthcare, The
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"Dealin'" with poet and Pan African supporter Haki Madhubuti (formerly Don L. Lee) discussing the nature of Pan Africanism.
Date Created
01/07/1976
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Say Brother / African Liberation
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Program examines the role of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) in the lives of African Americans... more
Date Created
03/27/1975
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Say Brother / NAACP
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a non-white majority in the future based on elementary school enrollments; that racial imbalance in Boston schools is unfortunate. Bullard reports that elementary enrollment is down 18% from previous year; that 73 whites of 306 have attended the Lee School so far; that 85 of 145 whites have attended, School. Bullard reports from the Joseph Lee School in Dorchester. Bullard notes that the Boston School Committee's decision to ignore the racial imbalance at the Lee School's opening provoked the lawsuit leading to court-ordered desegregation in Boston; that four years later, the Lee School is still racially imbalanced. V: Shots of photographs of the Lee School; of groups African American kids outside of Franklin Field Housing Project; of school classrooms. Bullard notes that the Lee School is located in an inner city neighborhood; that white students from West Roxbury were to be bused into the Lee
Date Created
09/10/1975
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Evening Compass, The / Evening Compass broadcast
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and coordinate the, the, the proper chords, ah. This disc jockey came from Laurel, Mississippi. His name was Okey Dokey Smith. Now this is how it got into really being what they call an artisan, "Lordy Miss Claudie". I liked the way he sound, the word record, hit, it was all foreign to me. And sure enough, two weeks, Dave called me later and said he liked the song and that's how "Lordy Miss Claudie" was about. But it came from Okey Dokey Smith - Lordy Miss Claudie drank Maxwell House coffee and eat these mother's home made pies. Go back and tell me about the disc jockey and how he would use that phrase, a real brief version. Okey Dokey Smith, he would use, ah, "Lordy
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Interview with Lloyd Price [Part 2 of 3]
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Rock and Roll / Renegades
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area is WGBH-FM where reporter Rick Lee has a report. From WGBH-FM in Boston, Carolyn Isber speaking with Dr. Dana, Network from Boston. This is Rick Lee for the ERN returning you to George Geesey at ERN Master Control. In a effort to keep account of what, guest standing with us here now who has just been talking to all of the people her. Sir, would you tell us your name? Ledger Smith
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Highlights from the Educational Radio Network / ERN's coverage of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom.
Date Created
08/28/1963
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March on Washington / March Highlights [2 of 2]
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working on the space program, had been working on you know, different kinds of electronics projects for industry like Lee Felsenstein who was I think at Ampex and many other highly competent electronics engineers who hungered
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Full-length interview with Theodor 'Ted' Holm Nelson. Portions of this interview were featured in episodes from the WGBH/BBC Series, The Machine That Changed The World. The Machine That Changed The World was a five part series chronicling the personalities and events of the computer revolution. The program traced the history of the development of the computer to the modern personal computer, to future developments on the horizon... more
Date Created
5/21/1990
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Machine That Changed the World, The / Interview with Ted Nelson, 1990
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Date Created
07/20/1979
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Say Brother / Deal with China, A
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Date Created
04/14/1978
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Say Brother / Politics of Women's Healthcare, The