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Meg Vaillancourt reports on the annual Black/Jewish Seder supper
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[Black / Jewish Seder supper]
Original Airdate: 4/3/1991

Length: 00:02:57
Item Type: newstape - edited story master


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Description : Abstract
Meg Vaillancourt reports on the annual Black/Jewish Seder Supper at the Union United Methodist Church. Vaillancourt interviews Leonard Zakim (Anti-Defamation League), Charles Stith (Union United Methodist Church) and Eric Karp (Temple Ohabei Shalom) about the importance of the Black/Jewish Seder supper. Zakim says that the supper celebrates the continuing struggle for freedom and civil rights on the part of both communities. Stith talks about the kinship between the two communities. Karp says that both communities have struggled against oppression. Vaillancourt interviews attendees about the significance of the supper. Vaillancourt notes that this year's Seder supper falls on the eve of the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. (American civil rights leader). Vaillancourt's report is accompanied by footage of the supper.


Contributor : Reporter
Meg Vaillancourt
Format : Tape 7959   Barcode   Script is available.
3/4" cassette 107268 
VHS cassette 107271 
Betacam cassette 107270 
digital betacam cassette 107269 

Subject : Keywords
African American religious leaders
African Americans - Civil rights
Jews
Race relations

Subject : Personal Names
Karp, Eric
King, Martin Luther, Jr.
Stith, Charles
Vaillancourt, Meg
Zakim, Leonard

Subject : Corporate Names (Organization names)
Union United Methodist Church

Subject : Geographic Locations
Roxbury (Boston, Mass.)

Type : Genre
News - Television



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