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Black Power on University Campuses
Program 24
Original Airdate: 1/16/1969

Subject Keywords
Afro-American college students - Attitudes
Afro-American college students - Political activity
Afro-American student movements
Afro-Americans - Civil rights

Subject Genre
Public Affairs: Current Events

Personal Names
Bailey, Randy
Francis, Doris
Griffin, Skip
Hampton, Henry
Miller, Beatrice
Millette, Ricardo

Corporate Names
Brandeis University - Waltham - Massachusetts

Program Description
Program examines the student takeover of Ford Hall at Brandeis University, an administration building Brandeis students occupied during the filming of the program. The first portion of the program features black and white footage of the takeover, including an enumeration of student demands and a statement to the press by university President Morris Abram. The second half of the program consists of a panel discussion of Black Power on university campuses. Discussion panel is moderated by Henry Hampton (Founder, Black Side, Inc.) and features Brandeis students Randy Bailey and Ricardo Millette, Boston University student Doris Francis, Harvard University student Skip Griffin, and Associate Dean of Jackson College Beatrice Miller.

Ray Richardson

Associate Producer
Hazel V. Bright
Andrew Ferguson
Stan Lathan

Stan Lathan

Tony Lark
Richie Lee

Tony Lark

Bill Morris
Monty Stark

Jim Spruill

Randy Bailey
Dorris Francis
Skip Griffin
Henry Hampton
Beatrice Miller
Ricardo Millette

Ellen Cabot (production assistant)
Andrew Ferguson (audio)
Dierdre Francis (production assistant)
Chas Norton (lighting)
John Plausse (lighting)
Steve Rogers (video)
Aubrey Stewart (video)

Master (WGBH program) 2" videotape A2-02839
Preservation master beta SP cassette AP-00614A
Preservation master D3 cassette AD3-00865
Viewing copy VHS cassette -1 (item number not yet assigned)
Viewing copy VHS cassette -2 (item number not yet assigned)

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