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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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12/01/1978
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Say Brother / Changing Face of Chinatown, The
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06/22/1979
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Say Brother / Medicine Man (Gambia Pt. 2)
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Hilda Harris, a mezzo-soprano with the New York City Opera performs "The Segadilla", an aria from the second act of Carmen by Georges Bizet, in the Say Brother studio. Musical accompaniment is provided by pianist Fredericka King.
Date Created
03/04/1977
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Say Brother / Moment for Music, A
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03/04/1977
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Say Brother / Moment for Music, A
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Following on the massive popularity and interest in Alex Haley's book and television miniseries Roots", The Gambia" focuses on three members of the Gambian Cultural Mission who met with Elma Lewis (Director of the National Center of Afro-American Artists) to discuss their participation: Siam Kinte (cousin of Alex Haley and a Gambian), Dr... more
Date Created
06/22/1979
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Say Brother / Medicine Man (Gambia Pt. 2)
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Date Created
10/21/1977
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Say Brother / Spikes to Spindles
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Date Created
11/17/1978
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Say Brother / African Derivations
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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. Whei Chue Shih (acupuncturist), members of the Oriental Acupuncture Center of Boston, in the second... more
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05/12/1978
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Say Brother / Alternative Medicine
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Dr. Alvin Pouissant, Psychologist and Professor at Harvard University Medical School, talks to Leah Fletcher about the high rate of Black on Black murders and the social and psychological reasons behind these homicides.
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09/23/1977
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Say Brother / Can the Sun Be Your Enemy ?