"'Let my people go' Bittersweet encounters: Blacks and Jews discuss their history and their relationship to each other" was a four-night series of panel discussions looking into the evolution of Black and Jewish communities in the U.S. and the history of alliances and antagonisms between them. Regular programming was pre-empted to provide historical and analytic background to these important and often volatile issues. Each of the first three nights, two separate one-hour panels would explore the intra and inter-community relations between the two groups. On the last evening, Thursday, December 6, 1979, one two-hour panel brought together panelists from both communities to deal specifically with the history of the two communities' relationship. All four nights include listener call-ins. Produced by Jim Berland, Anita Frankel, and Helene Rosenbluth.
r.1. Moving up : changing class, changing politics in the Jewish community / Rabbi Laura Geller, Dr. Neil Sandburg, Herschel Hartman. -- r.2. Moving up : changing class, changing politics in the Black community / Rev. Garnett Hennings, Ron Wilkins. -- r.3. My brother's keeper : Black alliances with other communities / Dr. M.R. Karenga, Earl Ofari. -- r.4. My brother's keeper : Jewish alliances with other communities / Erika Sherover, Stuart Bernstein. -- r.5. Looking outward : national identity and international Jewish perspectives / Constance Katzenstein, Phyllis Bennis, Rabbi Daniel Lapin. -- r.6. Looking outward : national identity and international Black perspectives / Clayton Webb, Yemi Youre. -- r.7-8. The Bittersweet encounter / Dr. M.R. Karenga, Erika Sherover, Murry Wood, Yehuda Lev. Phone-ins. (Each reel ca. 60 min.).