Nelson Mandela : Live From The Oakland Coliseum (Part 1 of 4)
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Live coverage of the events at the Oakland Coliseum on the afternoon that noted South African anti-apartheid leader Nelson Mandela spoke in the Bay Area. This was Nelson Mandela's first tour after being released from prison in South Africa. This broadcast was hosted by Bari Scott.
Reel 1. pt.1. Introduction / Bari Scott ; pt.2. Racial pride : discussion in the booth / Dr. Khalid Abdullah Tariq Al Mansour interviewed by Bari Scott ; pt.3. Prayer and invocation / Walter Turner ; pt.4. The four reasons for Mandela's visit / Walter Turner ; pt.5. Chorus : cast of Sarafina ; pt.6. Gospel Hummingbirds ; pt.7. Backstage / Walter and Bari ; pt.8. Dr. Al Mansour ; pt.9. John L. Hooker and Bonnie Raitt (59 min.)
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June 30, 1990
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