Description: Episode #45 OBD: 1964-08-10 TRT: 30 min Description: "In the second part of AT ISSUE’s investigation of the views of local Negro civil rights leaders about the violence and civil rights struggles that have challenged the nation, a panel of four distinguished Negro guest will discuss what the Negro youth think of the “what backlash” reaction; the progress of Negro voter registration drives; the concerted effort of national Negro civil rights leaders to stop violent rioting and the effect of this upon any future demonstrations; and what the new Civil Rights Act means to the civil rights movement with respect to any future objectives." Guests: Rev. Eugene Callender, co-chairman of the Harlem Neighborhood Association, in New York City, which has pressed for better housing, education, and economic opportunities in our nation’s largest city. Albert Raby, a leader of the Coordinating Council of Community Organizations in Chicago, a council that embraces 26 Chicago organizations. 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 Moderator: Ted Poston, reporter with the New York Post, who has covered recent rioting in Harlem AT ISSUE A 1964 National Educational Television production Executive producer: Alvin Perlmutter
Keywords: women's rights
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