The Say Brother Collection
search programs by:program numbersubjectpersonal namecorporate name|home

launch movie

programs by subject:
Community in Action
Program 256
Original Airdate: 3/1/1973

Subject Keywords
Afro-American judges - Boston - Massachusetts
Afro-American lawyers
Afro-American musicians
Afro-American singers
Afro-American women
Human services - Boston - Massachusetts
Music - Performance

Subject Genre
Public Affairs: Current Events

Personal Names
B., Eddie
Brydie, Barbara
Dilday, Clarence
Hill, Russell
Jones, Benjamin
Simmonds, Helaine
Waters, Arnett

Corporate Names
Action for Boston Community Development
Contemporary Jazz Trio
Massachusetts Black Lawyers Association

Program Description
Program discusses a variety of topics via a magazine-style format. Host John Slade introduces a moderated discussion led by Say Brother filmmaker Henry Johnson with Action for Boston Community Development (ABCD) employees Barbara Brydie, Arnett Waters, and Russell Hill (who discuss the agency's threated status due to a proposed withdrawal of federal aid in President Nixon's proposed budget), an interview and performance by vocalist Eddie B. with the Contemporary Jazz Trio; and an interview conducted by John Slade with Helaine Simmonds, Clarence Dilday, and Benjamin Jones of the Massachusetts Black Lawyers Association (on Governor Francis Williams Sargent's judgeship nominations).

John Slade

Associate Producer
Russell Tillman

Henry Johnson
John Slade

Eddie B.
Barbara Brydie
Clarence Dilday
Russell Hill
Benjamin Jones
Helaine Simmonds
Arnett Waters

Contemporary Jazz Trio, The (musical group)
Eddie B. (musician)

Barbara Barrow (production assistant)
Henry Johnson (filmmaker)
Webster Lewis (theme music)

Master (WGBH program) 2" videotape A2-00838
Preservation master beta SP cassette AP-00132

The Say Brother Collection Web site is a production of the WGBH Archives.
©2001 WGBH Educational Foundation.