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Folks. / No. 105

Author: Marsha ClarkRenee RobinsonDavid C TreenLouisiana Educational Television Authority.Louisiana Public Broadcasting.All authors
Publisher: Baton, Rouge, La. : Louisiana Public Broadcasting, 1981-12.
Edition/Format:   Video : Videocassette : U-matic   Visual material : English
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Five segments make up this public affairs program. First, Marsha Clark and Renee Robinson from the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater are seen giving children dance lessons while they explain how they started in dance and why they teach. Secondly, Louisiana governor Dave Treen addresses the NAACP convention in Lafayette ; after, convention attendees respond to his speech. Third, a segment filmed at the Indian Youth  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Public affairs
Black films and programs
Named Person: Marsha Clark; Renee Robinson; David C Treen
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Marsha Clark; Renee Robinson; David C Treen; Louisiana Educational Television Authority.; Louisiana Public Broadcasting.; World Institute of Black Communications.; CEBA Collection.
OCLC Number: 20657466
Notes: This program forms part of the Communications Excellence to Black Audiences (CEBA)--Awards Collection, a competition sponsored by the World Institute of Black Communications, Inc.
Description: 1 videocassette of 1 (U-matic) (30 min.) : sd., col. ; 3/4 in.
Contents: 1. Alvin Ailey Dancers (9 min.) --
2. Rappin' : NAACP conference (9 min.) --
3. Grassroots : awareness (5 min.) --
4. Close-up : finding a job (5 min.) --
5. Naturally : blues (2 min.).
Responsibility: Louisiana Educational Television Authority.

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Five segments make up this public affairs program. First, Marsha Clark and Renee Robinson from the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater are seen giving children dance lessons while they explain how they started in dance and why they teach. Secondly, Louisiana governor Dave Treen addresses the NAACP convention in Lafayette ; after, convention attendees respond to his speech. Third, a segment filmed at the Indian Youth Conference where youth are warned about the future problems concerning their people and are urged to do their best. Fourth, tips on finding a job. The program closes with a blues group singing Everyday I Have The Blues.

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