Interview With Reverand Alfred Skip Robinson And Henry Boyd

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Interview With Reverand Alfred Skip Robinson And Henry Boyd
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Interview With Reverand Alfred Skip Robinson And Henry Boyd| Produced by Van Bridgeman| Circa 1978, exact date not known. - CONTENT: Interview with Reverand Alfred Skip Robinson, and Henry Boyd, leaders in the Black coalitions that sprung up after the Civil Rights Movements in order to follow up on the much needed action in behalf of Blacks obtaining justice. Interview conducted by Van Bridgeman. Discussion about the new Black coalitions that have sprung up in Mississippi nad other states in response to the continuing problems of economic and social discrimination. These coalitions have concluded that a new phase of the Civil Rights movement is needed to obtain these economic and social changes that were investigated in the 1960's. The tape concludes with narrative summaries and interviews by Bridgeman. - Broadcast in 1978, exact date not known.

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