Emerging patterns of discrimination

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Emerging patterns of discrimination
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Leon Litwack is a historian, associate professor of history at University of Wisconsin, author of the book North of Slavery: the Negro in the free states, 1790-1860, and at the time this speech was delivered, was about to begin a term as visiting professor at University of California, Berkeley. In this recording, Litwack gives the talk "Emerging patterns of discrimination in 19th century America," speaking on the roots of current (at the time) Jim Crow practices.

This is the fourth in a series of ten lectures delivered by distinguished professors from around the nation on African Americans' struggle against poverty, ignorance, and prejudice, and contributions to American culture during a ten-day seminar sponsored by the UC-Berkeley Extension Service.

Date Recorded on: 
at University of California, Berkeley, Extension School, 8 June 1964.
Date Broadcast on: 
KPFA, 9 Aug. 1964.
Item duration: 
72 min.
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Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archive, 1964.
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