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Studs discusses race relations and economic disparity with four Chicago area women, Pt 1 of 2

BROADCAST: Jan. 27, 1965 | DURATION: 00:29:51

Synopsis

First of a two-part interview. Studs discusses race relations and economic disparity with four Chicago area women in a program entitled "Each of us can act". This recording was the last of a 6-part series, "Rearing the Child of Good Will", broadcast under the auspices of the National Conference of Christians and Jews. The series focused on prejudice, race, religion, and community. Interviewees are: Madeline Bonsigniore of Chicago's south suburbs Naomi Brodky of the Marynook neighborhood of Chicago Lynn Williams of Winnetka, IL Harriet White of the NCCJ The discussion begins with a snipped from Terkel's interview with "Jimmy" a 17-year old African American male who had been involved with gangs on the Chicago's west side. Other topics of discussion include racial integration, schools, and home ownership.