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Can I buy copies of Say Brother programs?
No. Rights have not been cleared for distribution of these programs. However, appointments can be made to visit the WGBH Archives in Boston, Massachusetts to conduct research. Additionally, educational institutions interested in obtaining copies for classroom use only may speak to the WGBH Archives to discuss options. Please see our access policies for more information or email the Archves at archive_requests@wgbh.org.

How can I arrange to visit the WGBH Media Archives and Preservation Center?
Visits can be arranged by contacting the Director of the Media Archives and Preservation Center at archive_requests@wgbh.org. Individuals wishing to visit the Archives should have a research project in mind. Although the Archives typically approaches visits on a "first-come, first served" basis, the Archives reserves the right to deny access based upon the time sensitivity of a researchers work. Please see our access policies for further information.

Can you provide me with contact information for any of the people in the clips?
The WGBH Education Foundation cannot provide anyone with the names, addresses, telephone numbers or e-mail addresses of individuals, next of kin, estates, or related organizations for people who worked on Say Brother or appeared on Say Brother. To do so would be a violation of privacy, as per WGBH's privacy policy.

Where can I get the QuickTime Player?
Please visit our tech help page.

Do you have a copy of the paper finding aid that I could have or buy?
Only a limited quantity of paper-based finding aids are available. Therefore, WGBH is providing free paper copies to college, university and high school libraries, as well as specific organizations or archives actively serving the African American community, at the conclusion of this project (October, 2001). If you are a school or organization that feels that a paper-based copy would be of educational benefit, please contact the Director of the Media Archives and Preservation Center at archive_requests@wgbh.org. However, due to budget constraints, individual requests for copies cannot be honored at this time.

I am in one of the programs and have found a factual error. Who should I contact?
Please e-mail the Director of the Media Archives and Preservation Center at archive_requests@wgbh.org as soon as possible. We will do our best to fix any factual errors in our content immediately. However, requests for enhancing content, such as including political positions or personal commentary cannot be honored.


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