Scholar and minister C. Eric Lincoln delivers a speech on the growing black nationalist movement. Lincoln divides his talk into sections entitled "The magnolia myth," "The making of the Muslim movement," and an unnamed analysis of the current black Muslim movement.
KPFA Folio note, December 3-16, 1962, p. 6
Dec. 6: Law Enforcement and Racial Tension--III.
C. Eric Lincoln, professor of religion and philosophy at Clark College in Atlanta, Georgia, speaks on the growth of the American Muslim movement and the conditions that stimulated that growth. Recorded at the Conference on Law Enforcement and Racial and Cultural Tensions in Berkeley, sponsored by the U.C. Extension Division School of Criminology.