Special Collections

Say Brother

Say Brother is GBH’s longest-running public affairs television program by, for and about African Americans, now known as Basic Black. In April 2000, the GBH Archives in Boston was awarded a National Endowment for the Humanities Archives and Special Collections Preservation and Access grant to arrange, describe, and reformat master Say Brother programs dating from 1968 to 1982 to keep the collection accessible. GBH welcomes you to explore this invaluable programming, whether performance, political commentary, or conversations with distinct voices from the African American community.

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Ancient African Kingdoms Another Approach to Theatre Another Conversation with the Next Generation Answer from the State House, An Art of Photography, The Asian Pacific Heritage Celebration Attica Australian Aborigines Basketball Clinic Best of 1976 - 1977 Bilingual Education Black Arts Black Athlete, The Black Business Black Colleges Black Fraternal Organizations Black History Week Black Politics Black Power on University Campuses Black Repertory Company Black Solidarity Day Black Stars Black Woman Black Women and the E.R.A. Black Youth and Education Blues Ain't Nothing But a Poem, The Button Up Your Overcoat, pt. 2 Button Up Your Overcoat, pt.1 Can the Sun Be Your Enemy Candid Look at Boston’s Largest Black Radio Station, A Cannonball Express Carew Film Festival Caring For Your Health Carribean Case of Justice, A Case of Justice, A (Pt. 2) Celebrate the Year of the Horse Celebrate 76 Changing Face of Chinatown, The Christmas in Color Community Access Community Fellows Community in Action Community Organization Concerts in Black and Brown Consumerism Conversation with the Next Generation, A Cost of a Facelift Crucian Fiesta 1980 Current News D.A.N.C.E. Day with Muhammad Ali, A Deal with China, A Dealin' with African drummer Babatunde Olatunji Desegregation Dinah Washington Dismissing Some Myths About Chinese Americans Distortions of Black Life Dream Deferred, A Economic Development of the Chinese Community Education Educational Workshop Elma Lewis: Black Poetry For Children Elma Lewis 25th Anniversary Celebration Evening With Eartha Kitt, An Evening with Melvin van Peebles and Dick Gregory Excursion with Tumbao, An Experimental TV Face of Love, The Fashion Fun Federal Laws and the Native American: Patterns of Paper Politics Folktales Football Framingham: Who's Gonna Take the Weight? From Puerto Rico's Point of View Gambia, The, part II Great, Great Grandmothers Guinea Bissau Health Care Health Update Hottest Seat in Town, The Hour with Marcia Ann Gillespie, An Howlin' Wolf Hustlers, Drugs and Prison Image of Women in African Art In the Matter of Levi Hart Incident at Cass Lake Inside Women Inside Invitation From Cuba Island in America, An Islands, The Jazz Kwanzaa Kwanzaa Special Law Clinic Law In the Community Leadership in the Black Community Lest We Forget: Martin Luther King, A Retrospective Look at Cuba, A Look at Eritrea, A
Look Into the Past, A Looking at Ourselves: How the Black Media Watches Boston Louis Farrakhan Malcolm X Mashpee Quest Mass. Black History Mel King on Ray Richardson Men and Women Middle Passage Minority Cultural Institutions: Programmed to Fail? Modification of Phase Two: What Does It Really Mean? Moment for Music, A Montgomery to Memphis Music Special Mystic Chain NAACP Nation of Islam: A Portrait National Black Political Convention Native American Foster Care New Bedford New Music New Music Night of the Blues, A Observations of Brown Brilliance Odetta Oh My God, Mama King Is Dead Old, Black and Alive Old, Black and Alive Our Aboriginal Brothers Paige Academy: An Alternative Education Percussions Perspectives in Politics with Royal Bolling and Mel King Plans to restructure the Boston School Committee Playing from the Music Malcolm Wrote Poetry and Arts Poetry in Motion Point of View, A Politics of Women's Healthcare, The Praise to King Martin Press Conference Primordial Soup Prison Reforms Profile of Boston's Chinese Community, A Profile of Latino Social Service Agencies, A Public Housing Que Pasa? Don't Ask If You Don't Want to Know Rapping with the Bluenotes Reflections of Senegal Reggae: A Caribbean Cultural Explosion Response from South Africa, A Ronnie Laws and Pressure Roots Music Say Brother News #1 Say Brother News #2 Say Brother Pays Tribute to Webster Lewis with a Night on the Town Say Brother Presents Message to the People featuring Brown Sugar Say Brother 1st Anniversary Show Say Brother 15th Anniversary Gala Celebration Say Sister: A Tribute to Third World Women School Desegregation School Issue, The Senior Citizens Slave Trade Slices of Black Theatre Slices of Life Social Control Solar Visions Something About the Blues South Africa South Africa: Perception and Reality Spikes to Spindles Spirit of Umoja Spring Special State Recognition After 400 Years: Who and Why? Street Dancers Bash Struggle in South Africa Survival on Mother's Island Tavares Television Violence and Its Effect on Children Ten Great Black Historical Figures Theatre and the Arts There Is Always Another Way: A Mind Is a Terrible Thing to Waste Third World Potpourri Tribute to Jazz Week, A Tribute to Martin Luther King Jr., A United Nations Unsuspected Killers, The Value of the Black Vote Vaudeville Vietnam Violence on Women Walpole: An Examination of Why Walpole: Every Which Way But Loose Walter Leonard Welfare Controversy, The What is Concilio? Who is Topper Carew? Winter Special Women 1968-1978, Where Do We Go From Here?