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Bishop C. Edward Crowther discusses racism and oppression in South Africa. His commentary also touches on economic issues, labor policy, and violence as a way of communication.
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.
Progressive educator Herbert Kohl discusses educator and founder of the Highlander Folk School Myles Horton and the book about him, "The Long Haul: An Autobiography." The book was written by Herbert Kohl and his wife, Judith Kohl.
Discussing the book, "Hunger for Justice: The Politics of Food and Faith," and interviewing the author Jack Nelson.
The program starts with a short clip of Studs Terkel interviewing Peggy Terry talking about The Great Depression and American propaganda during Vietnam War. After that clip. Dotson Rader starts to talk about his book "I ain't marchin' anymore"
Discussing hunger in Chicago and interviewing Jean Komaiko and Dr. Quentin Young.
Charles E. Silberman and his wife Arlene Silberman discuss education and Charles Silberman's book "Crisis in the Classroom". Includes a clip of Studs Terkel interviewing a student.
A panel of women discuss raising their families while getting welfare assistance and living in poverty in Chicago.
Arnold Wesker and Doris Lessing discuss the poor, theater, and literature in England. They also discuss art, life, values, race relations, and what people from other countries have in common . The interview takes place in England.
Discussing the book "Rachel and Her Children: Homeless Families in America" (published by Fawcett Columbine) with the author and advocate for disadvantaged children, Jonathan Kozol. Jonathan Kozol discusses homeless people in America and how they live.
Discussing "Jesse Jackson, the Man, the Movement, the Myth" and interviewing the author Barbara Reynolds.
Richard G. Hatcher and Alexander Poinsett discuss Gary, Indiana, their book "Black Power: Gary Style," politics, and race relations. They discuss the corruption in Gary, Indiana and Gary politics. Includes Richard G. Hatcher reading his old speech from his book "Black Power: Gary Style."
Discussing the book, "Eighty Years at Hull House," and interviewing the co-author, Mary Lynn McCree Bryan. Mary Lynn McCree Bryan discusses the Hull House and its founders in Chicago, Illinois. Includes two clips of Florence Scala speaking: one about nature and about a tree that was taken down at Hull House and one about Jane Addams. Includes a clip of Jessie Binford discussing Jane Addams.
Ned Goldberg, Bertice MacDonald, Alan D. Wade discuss social work, Jane Addams and the War on Poverty. Wade's article "What Would Jane Addams Do?" led the conversation. The three panelists are part of the National Association of Social Workers.