Black America In The Ninties

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Black America In The Ninties
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Black America In The Ninties / Earl Ofari Hutchinson. - Earl Hutchinsin, author of The Mugging of Black America, provides a review of the historical and social contributions of Blacks in the United States. He explores the legacy of slavery, the economic destruction of African-American youth, the savaging of the Black image, poping of the ghetto, and the collapse of the Civil Rights movement. He explores Malcolm X's program to build self-esteem and business as a positive response to abuse. See reel 2 for a question and answer session. - RECORDED: 14 Aug. 1991.

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