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Terkel presents a program celebrating Hull House's centennial
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.
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.
Anne Guerrero discusses urban renewal and the difference between her neighborhood in a conservation area and a suburban neighborhood. She discusses how the area is changing and how the University of Illinois has affected her neighborhood. This recording ends abruptly and is part 1 of 3