[Stevie Wonder speaks at Harvard Law, tape 2]
Original Airdate: 4/19/1984
Item Type: newstape - original footage
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Stevie Wonder speaks at a Harvard Law School Forum at Sanders Theatre. Wonder discusses his record label and the ups and downs of his career. Wonder talks about his need to be creative and to make music. An audience member asks Wonder about his position on apartheid. Wonder says that he will not perform in South Africa; he says that American citizens should make an effort to not support apartheid. Wonder takes his glasses off and pretends to read a letter given to him from an audience member. The audience cheers. Tape 2 of 2.
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African American musicians
Apartheid - Protests
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News - Unedited
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