This is the fifth and final installment in the five-part documentary series or "audiomosaic" as the producers call it, about the ghettos and race relations in Los Angeles. This recording begins with almost 37 minutes of discussion between Leonard Brown and three members of his team of volunteers, Mario Milch, Frank Eidens, and Claude Hayward, wherein they discuss their experiences in creating the series. They discuss the meaning of and the choice to use the word "ghetto" in the title of the series. They also discuss their experiences as White people, their thoughts and feelings, and the perceptions and acceptance of the Blacks whom they interviewed. They thank Reverend McGraw at the New Bethel Baptist Church, Reverend Shepard of the New Holiness Church, and especially Rowena Stahl, whom they spend a great deal of time discussing and appreciating for all of her help in approaching the people they wanted to interview. At about 37 minutes into the program starts the fifth installment, "The out." This episode explores the ways in which residents of a ghetto try to get out of it, whether or not to try to leave a Black community, and the social future of Blacks in America.
The out (Episode 5 of 5, part 1 of 2)
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1 reel (59 min.) : 7 1/2 ips, mono.
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2 reels (ca. 87 min.) : 7 1/2 ips, mono.
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Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archives, 1964
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