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Defining black power

Author: Rosa ParksJames BaldwinBayard RustinMalcolm XFannie Lou HamerAll authors
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : WPFW, 1995.
Series: Voices of Pacifica, v. 1.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on Cassette : Cassette recording : English
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"This series of three tapes begins in 1954 when Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat to a white man on an Alabama bus, a simple, yet courageous act, that ushered in the modern-day civil rights movement, but as the seriers reveals, it also sparked a debate over what strategy African Americans should use to gain equality and human rights: integration, separation, or revolution. This series serves as a history lesson  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Radio interviews
Radio debates
Radio speeches
Nonfiction radio programs
History
Sources
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Rosa Parks; James Baldwin; Bayard Rustin; Malcolm X; Fannie Lou Hamer; Angela Y Davis; Elijah Muhammad; Stokely Carmichael; Martin Luther King, Jr.; Huey P Newton; Eldridge Cleaver; Karenga, Maulana.; Jamil Al-Amin; Amiri Baraka; John Hope Franklin; WPFW (Radio station : Washington, D.C.); Pacifica Radio.
OCLC Number: 34190098
Notes: Produced by WPFW (89.3), Washington, D.C.
Description: 3 sound cassettes : analog + 1 booklet ([12] p.)
Contents: Rosa Parks (interview, Oakland CA, 1955) (6:41) --
James Baldwin (speech, University of California, Berkeley, May 17, 1963) (16:33) --
Bayard Rustin (debate with Malcolm X, New York NY, early 1960s) (21:32) --
Malcolm X (debate with Bayard Rustin, New York NY, early 1960s ; speech, New York NY, January 7, 1965) (21:38) --
Fannie Lou Hamer (interview, Oakland CA, 1965) (23:00) --
Angela Davis (speech, Pacific Grove CA, January 30, 1970) (21:38) --
Elijah Muhammad (speech, New York NY, early 1960s) (9:28) --
Kwame Toure [Stokley Carmichael] (speech, Oakland CA, August 25, 1968) (9:37) --Martin Luther King, Jr. (speech, Yale University, January 14, 1962) (22:08) --
Huey P. Newton (speech, Philadelphia PA, September 4, 1970) (10:51) --
Eldridge Cleaver (speech, San Francisco CA, April 28, 1969) (12:29) --
Maulana Karenga (interview, Los Angeles CA, April 28, 1969) (11:31) --
H. Rap Brown (speech, New York NY, 1968) (15:25) --
Amiri Baraka [Leroi Jones] (interview, Oakland CA, August 6, 1964) (12:49) --
John Hope Franklin (speech, New York, April 3, 1969) (16:00).
Series Title: Voices of Pacifica, v. 1.

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"This series of three tapes begins in 1954 when Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat to a white man on an Alabama bus, a simple, yet courageous act, that ushered in the modern-day civil rights movement, but as the seriers reveals, it also sparked a debate over what strategy African Americans should use to gain equality and human rights: integration, separation, or revolution. This series serves as a history lesson for the young and a reminder to those who lived through those times that the issue of African American political power is complex and the field of thought on the subject is diverse"--Container.

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