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What Does the Negro Want Now? (click on title to listen to program, please)

Date:1965-09-24
Length: 53:48 minutes
Russ Gibb, (Host) ; Dorothy Height, (Guest)
The guest, Dorothy Height, (a Methodist) was the President of the National Council of Negro Women and Director of the Office of Racial Integration for the National Young Women's Christian Association, and member of the President's Commission on Women in America. She was at her home in New York City.
Topics: Civil rights; Race relations; Radio program
ID: DA-1065

Is the Negro American Losing Ground? (click on title to listen to program, please)

Date:1965-10-14
Length: 53:21 minutes
Russ Gibb, (Host) ; Dr. Leonard Broom, (Guest)
The guest is sociologist Dr. Leonard Broom of Austin TX. He was chair of the Sociology Department at the University of Texas, and a member of President Johnson's Domestic Affairs Group. He also co-authored the book, "Transformation of the Negro American".
Topics: Race relations; Radio program
ID: DA-1168

Were the Los Angeles Riots a Negro Revolt? (click on title to listen to program, please)

Date:1965-11-08
Length: 57:21
Russ Gibb, (Host) ; Willy Hamilton, (Guest)
The guest, Willie Hamilton, was a black anti-poverty worker in the Watts section of Los Angeles.
Topics: Race relations; Radio program
ID: DA-1165

Can We Ever Accept Negros as Human Beings? (click on title to listen to program, please)

Date:1965-11-09
Length: 58:39
Russ Gibb, (Host) ; Cornish Rogers, (Guest)
The guest, Rev. Cornish Rogers, was pastor of the Calvary Methodist Church, Los Angeles. Rogers, an African-American pastor, served a church with both black and white parishioners.
Topics: Race relations; Radio program
ID: DA-1166

What Can Adults Do to Help Teenagers in the Slums? (click on title to listen to program, please)

Date:1965-11-10
Length: 59:06
Russ Gibb, (Host) ; Mai Perkins, (Guest)
The guest, Mrs. Mai Perkins, is from St. Mark's Episcopal Church, Compton CA. Perkins was volunteer director of a teen program at St Mark's Church. This was part of a week-long series talking about issues related to the Watts riots.
Topics: Race relations; Radio program; Urbanization
ID: DA-1357

Can the Watts Teenagers Really Improve Themselves? (click on title to listen to program, please)

Date:1965-11-11
Length: 58:42
Russ Gibb, (Host) ; Sue Welsh, (Guest)
The guest, Miss Sue Welsh was from Watts Towers Arts Center in Los Angeles. She was a White former schoolteacher working with Black teenagers in Watts.
Topics: Race relations; Radio program
ID: DA-1388

Will Negroes Riot Again? (click on title to listen to program, please)

Date:1965-11-12
Length: 58:51
Russ Gibb, (Host) ; L. L. White, (Guest)
The guest is The Rev. L. L. White of the Methodist Church of the Bells, Los Angeles CA. He was pastor of one of the largest Black churches in Los Angeles. He was also president of the Los Angeles Council of Churches, representing more than 300 churches, 95% of them predominently White.
Topics: Race relations; Radio program
ID: DA-1389

Why Do We Need a Negro Sunday Supplement? (click on title to listen to program, please)

Date:1965-11-18
Length: 58:20
Russ Gibb, (Host) ; W. Leonard Evans, Jr., (Guest)
The guest, W. Leonard Evans, Jr., was the editor / publisher of "Tuesday", a national Sunday newspaper supplement. The supplement was primarily about African-Americans, but was hoped to be read by the general public.
Topics: Civil rights; Race relations; Radio program
ID: DA-1085

How Does the Negro Feel about Viet Nam? (click on title to listen to program, please)

Date:1965-11-22
Length: 59:01
Russ Gibb, (Host) ; James M. Lawson, (Guest)
The Rev. James M. Lawson, Jr. is the guest. In 1965, Lawson was a Methodist pastor in Memphis TN. He had been a civil rights leader since his student days at Vanderbilt University.
Topics: Race relations; Radio program; Vietnam
ID: DA-1342

American Poverty (click on title to listen to program, please)

Date:1968-06-03
Length: 59 minutes
Del Shields, (Host) ; Ralph Abernathy, (Guest)
Guest is the Rev. Ralph Abernath, Acting President of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. The discussion is around the Poor People's campaign and the state of the poverty in the United States. Night Call was the first national radio call-in program. It was produced by The United Methodist Church.
Topics: Civil rights; Poverty; Race relations; Radio program
ID: NC0006