00 / 00 ©Bettmann/Corbis/Getty Images Gregory Coffin and Neil Sullivan discuss civil rights and school integration; part 1 BROADCAST: 1967 | DURATION: 00:32:00 Synopsis Interviewing school superintendents Gregory Coffin (Evanston) and Neil Sullivan (Berkeley) who discuss school integration and civil rights. Details Broadcast Date 1967 Physical Format 1 sound tape reel (ca. 60 min.) : 5 in. Duration 32 minutes Digital Format WAV Ownership The Chicago History Museum Language English Topics Civil Rights Race Relations Tags Coffin, Gregory Sullivan, Neil Education Civil rights WFMT (Radio station : Chicago, Ill.) Radio programs. Audiotapes. Integration Kennedy, Robert F. (Robert Francis), 1925-1968 Prince Edward County, Virginia Virginia Brown v. Board of Education Racism--America Darien, Connecticut Children Poverty School integration School segregation Related Programs Clifford Durr and Virginia Durr discuss the Civl Rights Movement, part 3 1965 Bob and Joan Ericksen discuss the literary work of Peter Weiss and environmental ecology 1967 Richard G. Hatcher and Alexander Poinsett discuss Gary, Indiana, their book "Black Power: Gary Style," and politics Jan. 18, 1971 Discussing Apartheid, South Africa, British colonialism, and Afrikaner and Black African cultures with South African expatriates, Reverend Theodore Koetze and Helen Koetze Mar. 26, 1984 Studs Terkel comments and presents Fiesta: a Chicago Happening ; part 1 Aug. 23, 1969 Paul Chevigny discusses his book "Police Power"