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  Pam Bullard reports on an anti-busing demonstration at City Hall Plaza.  
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Pam Bullard reports on an anti-busing demonstration at City Hall Plaza.
Program number 1466
Original Airdate: 9/9/1974


  Buses outside of Charlestown High School on the first day of school in 1975  
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Buses outside of Charlestown High School on the first day of school in 1975
Program number A51
Original Airdate: 9/8/1975

  Police presence on the streets of Charlestown on the first day of school in 1975  
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Police presence on the streets of Charlestown on the first day of school in 1975
Program number A54
Original Airdate: 9/8/1975

  Leona Pleas talks about busing in Boston.  
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Leona Pleas talks about busing in Boston.
Program number 1396
Original Airdate: 9/9/1975



  Theodore Landsmark condemns violence and racism after the attack at City Hall Plaza.  
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Theodore Landsmark condemns violence and racism after the attack at City Hall Plaza.
Program number A187
Original Airdate: 4/7/1976

  African American beachgoers at Carson Beach in South Boston  
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African American beachgoers at Carson Beach in South Boston
Program number 16
Original Airdate: 8/3/1977


  Groundbreaking ceremony for Roxbury Community College campus; Gail Harris interviews Brunetta Wolfman.  
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Groundbreaking ceremony for Roxbury Community College campus; Gail Harris interviews Brunetta Wolfman.
Program number 2114
Original Airdate: 8/27/1985

  Tufts students speak out against the university's investments in South Africa.  
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Tufts students speak out against the university's investments in South Africa.
Program number 4491
Original Airdate: 11/8/1985


   
Sterling Anderson and ACORN members protest at the offices of the BRA.
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Sterling Anderson and ACORN members protest at the offices of the BRA.
Program number 4490
Original Airdate: 5/28/1986



  Protesters gather at Harvard University to protest US foreign policy.  
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Protesters gather at Harvard University to protest US foreign policy.
Program number 4598
Original Airdate: 9/5/1986

  Community leaders talk about the significance of the African Meeting House.  
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Community leaders talk about the significance of the African Meeting House.
Program number 4624
Original Airdate: 9/19/1986

  Elevated tracks along the MBTA orange line are slated for destruction.  
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Elevated tracks along the MBTA orange line are slated for destruction.
Program number 5071
Original Airdate: 4/30/1987

  Hope Kelly reports on racial controversy surrounding a rowing race in South Boston.  
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Hope Kelly reports on racial controversy surrounding a rowing race in South Boston.
Program number 5091
Original Airdate: 5/22/1987

  David Boeri reports on the trial of five Harvard alumni for protesting apartheid.  
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David Boeri reports on the trial of five Harvard alumni for protesting apartheid.
Program number 5101
Original Airdate: 5/28/1987


  John Wilson talks about his sculpture, 'Eternal Presence.'  
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John Wilson talks about his sculpture, "Eternal Presence."
Program number 5326
Original Airdate: 10/1/1987


  Jesse Jackson campaigns for president in New Hampshire.  
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Jesse Jackson campaigns for president in New Hampshire.
Program number 5357
Original Airdate: 10/12/1987

  James Kelly and Ray Flynn at a South Boston meeting on public housing integration  
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James Kelly and Ray Flynn at a South Boston meeting on public housing integration
Program number 5582
Original Airdate: 1/12/1988

  Harvard Law students occupy the dean's office to protest the lack of minority faculty.  
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Harvard Law students occupy the dean's office to protest the lack of minority faculty.
Program number 5770
Original Airdate: 5/10/1988

  Louis Elisa talks about African American participation in the environmental movement.  
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Louis Elisa talks about African American participation in the environmental movement.
Program number 7221
Original Airdate: 4/18/1990

  Artist Sidewalk Sam works with Boston schoolchildren to create a mural.  
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Artist Sidewalk Sam works with Boston schoolchildren to create a mural.
Program number 7276
Original Airdate: 5/14/1990


  Marcus Jones reports on efforts to prepare for Mandela's visit to Boston.  
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Marcus Jones reports on efforts to prepare for Mandela's visit to Boston.
Program number 7353
Original Airdate: 6/22/1990


  Laurence Jones talks about the importance of summer jobs for Boston youth.  
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Laurence Jones talks about the importance of summer jobs for Boston youth.
Program number 7393
Original Airdate: 7/12/1990


  Controversy surrounds David Duke's visit to Boston.  
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Controversy surrounds David Duke's visit to Boston.
Program number 7945
Original Airdate: 3/28/1991


  Tom Plant organizes a Patriots Day celebration in Roxbury  
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Tom Plant organizes a Patriots Day celebration in Roxbury
Program number 7982
Original Airdate: 4/15/1991


  William Pinkney talks about his quest to sail the five capes of the world.  
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William Pinkney talks about his quest to sail the five capes of the world.
Program number 8064
Original Airdate: 5/22/1991

   


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