00 / 00 ©Bettmann Archive/Corbis/Getty images Nathan Wright discusses Black power ; part 2 BROADCAST: 1967 | DURATION: 00:00:14 Synopsis Discussing the book "Black Power and Urban Unrest" and interviewing the author Nathan Wright. Details Broadcast Date 1967 Physical Format 1 sound tape reel (ca. 60 min.) : 5 in. Duration 14 seconds Digital Format WAV Ownership The Chicago History Museum Language English Topics African-American History & Culture American History & Politics Race Relations Urban Life Tags WFMT (Radio station : Chicago, Ill.) Wright, Nathan--Interviews Wright, Nathan. Black power and urban unrest. African Americans Black power--United States. Audiotapes. Radio programs. Black Power and Urban Unrest Social identity Welfare Race riots Higher education March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom (1963 : Washington, D.C.) Land Grant College Act Morrill Act Related Programs Discussing the development of the Southern School, Chicago's only alternative for students kicked out of the public schools, with founder and educator Patrick Zimmerman Oct. 20, 1976 Russell Barrett discusses his book, "Integration at Ole Miss" Mar. 9, 1965 Discussing " Wade in the Water: Great Moments in Black History" with Lerone Bennett, Jr. Feb. 5, 1980 Presenting Terezin chamber music with violist Mark Ludwig of the Hawthorne String Quartet. Jun. 26, 1991 Interviewing Texas populist Jim Hightower 1980 Paul Chevigny discusses his book "Police Power"