Actuality of Congressman Adam Clayton Powell's testimony before the Senate subcommittee on executive reorganization examining social conditions in Black Harlem. Powell titled his testimony "Solving the Black urban crisis." Within the speech, Clayton explains the term that he has coined, "Black power." The committee was chaired by Senator Abraham Ribicoff, former governor of Connecticut. Bad buzzing hum through most of the recording.
Adam Clayton Powell testimony
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in Washington, D.C., circa 30 Aug. 1966
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26 Oct. 1966.
27:30 [7 1/2 ips, mono.]
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Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archive, 1966.
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