Paul Robeson On Art And Integration| Produced by Pamela Burton| Recorded on October 27, 1957. - CONTENT: Paul Robeson mixes art, poetry and history of African/ European / Asian & Latin American Art to demonstrate the depth of all people's history and experience| explaining that art is globally influenced by other cultures and civilizations. Robeson expounds on his father's philosophy from the pulpit, including prejudice as a disease and lesson's in dignity. He discusses faith from children, patience and courage, the collective wisdom of people. He talks about erasing Black history and rejecting the notion of the old African model. He describes Black history as deep as the Nile and argues that culture is based on great spiritual moral values. - Recorded on October 27, 1957.