Discussing race relations in the workplace with Clarence Page and Charles Hamilton BROADCAST: Mar. 29, 1990 | DURATION: 00:55:33 Digital audio not yet public. Details Broadcast Date Mar. 29, 1990 Physical Format 1 sound tape reel (ca. 55 min.) : 10 1/2 in. Duration 55 minutes, 33 seconds Digital Format WAV Ownership The Chicago History Museum Language English Topics Working, Labor, Economy Race Relations People Historians Journalists Tags WFMT (Radio station : Chicago, Ill.) Page, Clarence, 1947---Interviews Hamilton, Charles V.--Interviews African American journalists--20th century--Interviews African American historians--20th century--Interviews Race relations--Economic aspects. Work environment Racism United States Audiotapes. Related Programs Discussing the book "Further up the Organization" with Bob Townsend Mar. 1, 1984 Roger Buffalohead Native American educator, scholar and activist talks about Native American history and education Nov. 15, 1971 Charles E. Silberman and his wife Arlene Silberman discuss education Sep. 15, 1970 Pat Watters discusses his book "Angry Middle-Aged Man" Jan. 13, 1977 Interviewing United Airlines' flight attendants Patina Sharp and Dianna Rushing Sep. 14, 1993 Henry Fonda and John Houseman discuss the play "Clarence Darrow"