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Discussing prejudice in communities with Dr. St. Clair Drake and Dr. Paul Mundy. They discuss discrimination, racism, integration, and other similiar topics.
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 prejudice towards the races, religions, and ethnicities of people.
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.
Sister Betty Campbell and Father Peter Hind discuss their missionary trips to Latin America. They talk about their time in Peru, Brazil, and El Salvador and working against difficult governments to help struggling people. They also recall some of violence they witnessed or heard about during the El Salvador Civil War, including the execution of four American missionary women.
Humanitarian and author Sally Trench discusses her book “Bury Me in My Boots,” her work with the homeless communities in England, her journeys, and her belief in self-help with Studs Terkel. Both Trench and Terkel read an excerpt from Trench’s book “Bury Me in My Boots.”
Humanitarian and author Sally Trench discusses her book “Bury Me in My Boots,” her work with the homeless communities in England, her journeys, and her belief in self-help with Studs Terkel. Terkel reads an excerpt from Trench’s book “Bury Me in My Boots.”
American cities, American Indians, architecture and archaeology are all apart of Roger G. Kennedy's book, "Hidden Cities: The Discovery and Loss of Ancient North American Civilization." Kennedy explained how we are destroying the past by building new towns and cities and erecting brand new buildings onto some places that were once ancient grounds.
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 "All the World's a Fair: Visions of Empire at American International Expositions, 1876-1916" (published by University of Chicago Press) with the author, historian Robert Rydell.
Robert Morley, stage and screen actor, starring in Ustinov's "Halfway Up the Tree," discusses education, technology and youth and the changes in the social makeup because of technology.
With his book, "Living and Dying," Robert Jay Lifton, said the point he wanted to make clear is that individuals have to confront death in order to live well. Lifton also talks about deniers of death and their numbing feelings. Social change with regards to death, explained Lifton, will need to occur.
Content Warning: This conversation includes racially and/or culturally derogatory language and/or negative depictions of Black and Indigenous people of color, women, and LGBTQI+ individuals. Rather than remove this content, we present it in the context of twentieth-century social history to acknowledge and learn from its impact and to inspire awareness and discussion. Richard Hoggart talks about the media and the cultural explosion. Hoggart explains that facts are not knowledge.