Anna Deavere Smith discusses her career
Anna Deavere Smith discusses and demonstrates her unique character portrayals from her works "Fires in the Mirror" and "Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992."
Hilda Bernstein tells Studs about her and her husband's activism in South Africa, apartheid, and the Sharpville demonstration. Includes an excerpt from the program with Chief Albert John Luthuli (Wav ID 1895817-6-1).
Recorded live on Chicago's South Side. Robeson is ill at the time of recording. Speakers: Earl Dickerson, Etta Moten Barnett, Judge Sidney Jones, J. Mayo "Ink" Williams, Joan Brown (possibly Abena Joan Brown), Charles Hamilton, Margaret Burroughs, [John Gray's sister], [Stevens?]
Charles Eames, an architect, designer, artist, filmmaker and student of human nature, talks with Studs about his years of travel in India and Europe. He discusses studying architecture and working as an architect and the nature of his film making. (Part 1 of 2)
Bob and Joan Ericksen, both educators, artists, and environmental ecologists, discuss the literary work of Peter Weiss' "I Come Out of My Hiding Place" and environmental ecology. Excerpt of Peter Weiss reading from "I Come Out of My Hiding Place." The book speaks of why he writes and why he pursues his art (unknown source). The interview ends with a reading by Studs of an excerpt fro, Gustav Meyrink's "The Green Face."