|PRA Archive #||Title||Description||Genre||Broadcast Date|
Aunt Sue's stories / by Langston Hughes ; read by Ruby Dee. -- Autobiography of Frederick...,
Aunt Sue's stories / by Langston Hughes ; read by Ruby Dee. -- Autobiography of Frederick...
|KPFA, July 3, 1976.|
|BB0236||Freedom is a hard bought thing / read by John Mangrum.||
Reading of a short story about slavery before the Civil War.|FREEDOM IS A HARD BOUGHT THING /...
|KPFA, 12 Feb. 1965.|
|BB1719.03||Life of Dubois / produced by Gene Dealessi.||
The life of W.E.B. DuBois; includes actuality of DuBois his family and friends; also on racial...
|KPFA, 19 May 1968.|
|BB2221.04||Teaching my kids Black history / Elaine Avidon.||
Teacher discusses the difficulties of teaching minority history in Public schools.
|KPFA, 21 Dec. 1969.|
|BB3047||A Century after.||
Examination of the emancipation of Blacks during the Civil War, and the battle for Black rights...
|WBAI, 9 Feb. 1963.|
|BB3084||Malcolm X : a retrospective / produced by Chris Koch.||
Biography of Malcolm X.|MALCOLM X : A RETROSPECTIVE / produced by Chris Koch...
|WBAI, 30 Mar. 1965.|
|BB3085||Malcolm X : a discussion / James Shabazz, John Charles, and Joanne Grant.||
Informal discussion with people who knew Malcolm X.|MALXOLM X : A DISCUSSION / James Shabazz,...
|WBAI, 20 Mar. 1965.|
|BB3266||The Negro in American history.||
John Henrik Clarke, John Killens, Gertrude McBrown, Howard Meyer, and Chris Koch discuss Black...
|WBAI, 14 May 1963.|
|BB3494||Malcolm X birthday memorial, May 19, 1971 / produced by Deloris Costello.||
Discussions, speeches, and poetry about the Black leader.,
r.1. Deloris Costello, Ossie Davis, Malcolm X, Ella Collins, Professor John H. Clarke, Peter...
|WBAI, 19-20 May 1971.|
|BB3553||Negro retaliatory violence / Dr. Elliot Rudwick.||
Talk on the historical patterns of Black violence in reaction to discriminatory practicies.|...
|WBAI, 29 Dec. 1967.|
|BB3763||King funeral air-check.||
Actuality of Martin Luther King's funeral.,
r.1. and r.2. missing.
|WBAI, 9 Arp. 1968.|
|BB3847.02||Revolutionary history : a Black Panther's view of America's past / Mike Tabor.||
Keynote address for the Black Panther convention outlining the distortions and realities about...
|WBAI, 24 Feb. 1971.|
|BB4077||The Future of Negro American history / John Hope Franklin.||
Talk on the development of Black history.|THE FUTURE OF NEGRO AMERICAN HISTORY...
|WBAI, 18 Oct. 1969.|
|BB4109||Cultural nationalism / Harold W. Cruse.||
Talk on the Black movement to recognize thier own cultural heritage in the United States.
|KPFA, 20 Feb. 1970.|
|BB4238||Black power, white trickery.||
Willie Smith, head of the Neighborhood Youth Corps, Dan Watts, editor of The Liberator and John...
|BB4389||Baldwin after the murder of four children / by James Baldwin.||
Speech about the recent killing of four children.|BALDWIN AFTER THE MURDER OF FOUR CHILDREN / by...
|WBAI, 2 Oct. 1963.|
|BB4425.01-.12||This little light / produced by Chris Koch.||
Examination of current Black problems.,
r.1. The New Negro (30 min.) -- r.2. Valley view (29 min.) -- r.3. Harmony (30 min.) -- r.4. The...
|WBAI, 14 Mar.-6 June 1965.|
|BB4467.01-.04||Telling it like it is / interviews by Frank Greenwood.||
Interviews exploring the Black experience in American history.,
r.1. Ossie Davis and Louis Merriweather on The Confessions of Nat Turner (61 min.) -- Blase...
|KPFK, 11 June 1968-29 May 1970.|
|BB4502||Reverend Ralph D. Abernathy.||
|BB4608||I have a dream : a documentary on Dr. Martin Luther King / produced by Robert Klein and Jerry Zelinger ; narrated by Rege Cordic.||
Documentary on the life and work of Martin Luther King, with William Marshall reading King'...
|KPFK, 7 Apr. 1968.|
|BB4633||Memorial for Martin Luther King / produced by Leonard Brown.||
Documentary biography of King, including some of King's speeches from 1963.
|KPFK, 4 Apr. 1968.|
|BB4883||The Confessions of Nat Turner William Styron.||
James Baldwin and Ossie Davis questions Styron about his biography of Turner. Includes...
|KPFK, 11 Aug. 1968.|
|BB5066||A Century after.||
Historical documentary on race relations since the Civil War.|A CENTURY AFTER : A MONTAGE OF...
|KPFK, 5 Apr. 1969.|
|BB5164||U.T. challenge '70 / Armstead Robinson.||
Film critic discusses Pasolini's film The Gospel According to St. Matthew..
|KPFK, Feb. 1970.|
|BB5316||The Death of George Jackson / produced by Deloris Costello.||
Interviews of those who knew George Jackson, and a talk with Jackson shortly before his death. [...
|BB5317||Up from the ashes.||
Report on the Watts riots.|UP FROM THE ASHES...
|KPFK, 11 Apr. 1966.|
|BC1962||Black labor struggles remembered / John Williams ; interviewed and produced by Earl Ofari.||
Williams recounts his experiences in the labor movement.
|KPFK, 2 Sept. 1974.|
|BC2815.05||Nat Turner and the Southampton Slave Revolt / John Bracey.||
Talk on the Nat Turner revolt and well as other slave uprising in America and the Caribbean.|NAT...
|IZ0230||Voices before the Civil War : Black voices from American history / produced by William Moore.||
Readings of speeches and writings by Henry Highland Garnet, Samuel Dubis, William Wells Brown,...
|WBAI, Oct. 6,1981.|
|KZ0096||Roots / Alex Haley ; interviewed by Joyce Reed.||
On the problems of adopting the book for television. Also interviewed is Stan Margulies,...
|KPFK, Jan. 19, 1977.|
|KZ0988||Martin Luther King's birthday teach in.||
Panel discussion with: Maulana Karenga, Lou Turner, Imani Davis, Ernest Smith, Mayme Clayton,...
|KPFK, Jan. 15, 1981.|
|SZ0178||I have a dream / narrated by Rege Cordic ; produced by Jerry Zelinger and Bob Klein.||
A documentary based on the life of Martin Luther King. Includes actuality and interviews.|I HAVE...
|SZ0429.01||Who is the American / produced by Amina Hassan.||
Examination of Native American, African and European experiences in Colonial America....
|Satellite, 1 Sept. 1987.|
|WZ0012||Black theater movement / Val Grey Warren and Mike Hodge ; interviewed by Karen Spellman.||
On the need for Blacks to tell their people's story and the struggle for theatrical...
|WPFW, Nov. 16, 1976.|
|WZ0045||The Negritude poets / by Ellen Conroy Kennedy.||
On the contributions of Leon Damas, Leopold Senghor, and Aime Cesaire to Black thought. Poets...
|WPFW, Dec. 28, 1976.|