Description: Episode #44 OBD: 1964-08-03 TRT: 30 min Description: Four guests are being brought to New York City by N.E.T. to discuss in front of AT ISSUE’s cameras their own local civil rights problems. As you know, in cities across the nation, city officials are talking with civil rights leaders in an effort to stop rioting like the rioting that has occurred in New York. The four guests are: Albert Raby, a leader of the Coordinating Council of Community Organizations in Chicago Rev. Eugene Callender, co-chairman of the Harlem Neighborhood Association, in New York City, and one of the leading Black leaders who, along with Rev. Martin Luther King and others civil rights groups has agreed to curtailment of mass picketing until after the presidential election. Aaron Henry of Clarksdale, Mississippi, druggist and National Association for the Advancement of Colored People leader in that state D.G. Gibson (correct spelling) of Oakland, California, administrative assistant to the Democratic State Assembly members "The guests will discuss who is speaking for the Negro, how effective is the current leadership, can the Negro struggle for equal rights be accomplished on the national level, and how popular among Negroes is the idea of a militant approach."
Keywords: women's rights
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