St. Clair Drake and Paul Mundy discuss prejudice; part 1
Discussing the community and prejudice with Dr. St. Clair Drake and Dr. Paul Mundy. Includes an interview with a boy named Tony discussing relations with African American people.
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Discussing prejudice in communities with Dr. St. Clair Drake and Dr. Paul Mundy. They discuss prejudice towards the races, religions, and ethnicities of people.
Discussing prejudice in communities with Dr. St. Clair Drake and Dr. Paul Mundy. They discuss stereotypes, racism, and race relations.
Discussing prejudice in communities with Dr. St. Clair Drake and Dr. Paul Mundy. They discuss discrimination, racism, integration, and other similiar topics.
Rory Gilbert of United Charities and family therapist Nikki Nelson discuss battered wives and family abuse. The song "She Sits On The Table" by Tom Paxton is played at the end of the interview (00:49:48-end).
Ellen Afterman and Clinton Sanders (authors of "Drugs and Your Life") and Spellman Young discuss drug use through the lenses of race, sex, and socioeconomic status.
Discussing the book "The New Radicalism in America" and interviewing the author Christopher Lasch.
Discussing the book "The New Radicalism in America" and interviewing the author Christopher Lasch"
Sam Lovejoy discusses the opposition to nuclear power, the Clamshell Alliance, politics, environmental concerns, and anti-nuclear sentiments and movements.
Milton Mayer, journalist and educator, talks with Studs about Quakerism. They talk about how religion relates to society in the times of change. Mr Mayer describes an exchange with a gentleman who asked what is a Quaker. The man had been an SS officer who told Mr Mayer his story. The man had been touched by the anonymous generosity of the Quakers many years before. Mr Mayer speaks of A. J. Musty, clergyman and political activist as his mentor and friend, and the things he learned from him.
Interviewing General Chaney, Charles Roche and Mary Lou Wolff of the Citizens Action Program.
Mr Buffalohead a Native American educator, scholar and activist talks to Studs in Minnesota about Native American history and about creating space at universities for Native / Indigenous studies programs. At the end Studs states that there is another 15 minutes of the program, that will be presented at another time.
Discussing the book, "Gay American History: Lesbians and Gay Men in the U.S.A.: A Documentary," and interviewing its author, Jonathan Katz.
Discussing the state of West side Chicago schools with a panel of teachers and principals from four different schools.
Discussing capital punishment with author Nelson Algren. Includes interviews with William (Bill) Witherspoon, a death row inmate; Jack Johnson, warden of Cook County Jail; and an [unidentified woman] who marched in protest at the execution of James Dukes in 1962.