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African American Intellectual History Society
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written by African American Intellectual History Society (African American Intellectual History Society, 2018),
Source: www.aaihs.org
written by African American Intellectual History Society (African American Intellectual History Society, 2018),
Source: www.aaihs.org
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Big Picture, When Marian Anderson Sang
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in Big Picture (Chesterton, IN: Media Rich, 2018), 5 mins
In 1939 the great contralto Marian Anderson was denied the right to perform at Washington's Constitution Hall because of the color of her skin. The snub gave rise to an outpouring of support and activism that drew attention to the racial inequities in the nation's capital and throughout the country. Ms. Anderson's...
in Big Picture (Chesterton, IN: Media Rich, 2018), 5 mins
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Black Broadway on U
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written by Black Broadway on U (District of Columbia: Black Broadway on U, 2018),
Source: blackbroadwayonu.com
written by Black Broadway on U (District of Columbia: Black Broadway on U, 2018),
Source: blackbroadwayonu.com
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The Don Whitehead Story
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directed by Brian Day, fl. 2007; produced by Joe Richie, fl. 2018 and Brian Day, fl. 2007 (Nashville, TN: Privately Published, 2018), 48 mins
A young black man gets hired at one of the biggest radio stations in the country in 1968. Don Whitehead never planned to work in radio. He wanted to work in theater in New York. Yet, he became the first African-American hired to be on air on a CBS affiliate radio station that reached from Canada to the Caribbean.
directed by Brian Day, fl. 2007; produced by Joe Richie, fl. 2018 and Brian Day, fl. 2007 (Nashville, TN: Privately Published, 2018), 48 mins
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The Jazz Ambassadors
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directed by Hugo Berkeley, fl. 2005; produced by Mick Csaky, 1945-, Normal Life Pictures, Antelope (Production company) and Thirteen Productions (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2018), 1 hour 29 mins
In 1955, as the Soviet Union's pervasive propaganda about the U.S. and American racism spread globally, Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. convinced President Eisenhower that jazz was the best way to intervene in the Cold War cultural conflict. For the next decade, Dizzy Gillespie, Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, Benny Goo...
directed by Hugo Berkeley, fl. 2005; produced by Mick Csaky, 1945-, Normal Life Pictures, Antelope (Production company) and Thirteen Productions (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2018), 1 hour 29 mins
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written by Scott Saul (Privately Published, 2018),
Source: www.becomingrichardpryor.com
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AAS 21 Repertoire - Princeton African American Studies
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written by Princeton University (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University, 2017),
Source: aas.princeton.edu
written by Princeton University (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University, 2017),
Source: aas.princeton.edu
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A New Color
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directed by Marlene Morris; produced by Marlene Morris, Galewind Films (The Video Project, 2017), 56 mins
A NEW COLOR joyfully profiles the life and work of celebrated artist Edythe Boone whose colorful murals portray some of the major events of our time and illustrate the transformative power of art. Long before Black Lives Matter became a rallying cry, septuagenarian Boone embodied that truth as an accomplished arti...
directed by Marlene Morris; produced by Marlene Morris, Galewind Films (The Video Project, 2017), 56 mins
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Nicest Kids in Town
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written by Matt Delmont, 1977- (Oakland, CA: University of California Press, 2017),
Source: nicestkids.com
written by Matt Delmont, 1977- (Oakland, CA: University of California Press, 2017),
Source: nicestkids.com
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Singing the Nation
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written by Singing the Nation (Singing the Nation, 2017),
Source: nationsongs.omeka.net
written by Singing the Nation (Singing the Nation, 2017),
Source: nationsongs.omeka.net
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