Four part program which examines the work and impact of several African-American women. Examines Sweet Honey in the Rock, Shirley Chisholm, Fanny Lou Hammer, and Rosa Parks.|THE POWER OF AFRICAN-AMERICAN WOMEN / produced by Pam Burton, Ginny Z. Berson, Jean Roberson, Peggy Bray and Bari Scott. Four part program which examines the work and impact of several African-American women. Examines Sweet Honey in the Rock, Shirley Chisolm, Fanny Lou Hamer, and Rosa Parks. - CONTENT: pt.1. Group members discuss the origins of Sweet Honey in the Rock, how members nurture one another, and the meaning of the group's name / Candance Francis| interviewed by Ginny Berson (11:00) -- pt.2. On retiring, and the deterioration of the quality of life / Shirley Chisolm, delivered at Mills College (7:00) -- pt.3. The Life and work of Fanny Lou Hamer : Civil Rights activist, founder of the Freedom Democratic Party, and singer / Peggy Bray and Bari Scott (5:00) -- pt.4. Refusing to give up a seat in 1955 : Rosa Park in her own words / produced by Ginny Z. Berson (6:00). RECORDED: 1992.
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