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Andrew Young discusses local political involvement in the community

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Title:
Andrew Young discusses local political involvement in the community
Description:
In this clip Representative Andrew Young (Atlanta, GA) talks to Topper Carew about the lack of African American support for local African American political candidates in Massachusetts, and the need for local politicians continual involvement in community affairs. Overall the program focuses on African American political representation in the Boston area. Host Topper Carew speaks with local Black Republican Representatives (Nathaniel Stevens, Lym Riley and Jack E. Robinson), members of the Massachusetts Black Caucus (Royal Bolling, Sr., and Mel King) and several nationally known African American politicians to examine in-depth where the Black politician has been, and is going. On-site interviews for the program were conducted with Shirley Chisholm (US Congresswoman, Brooklyn, NY), Representative Andrew Young (Atlanta, GA), Mayor-elect Maynard Jackson (Atlanta, GA), and US Senator Edward Brooke. Produced by Topper Carew. Directed by Conrad White.
Creator:
Barrow-Murray, Barbara
Director:
White, Conrad
Creator:
Jones, Vickie
Producer:
Carew, Topper
Contributor:
Nicholas , Huntley, Jr.
Filmmaker:
Johnson, Henry
Date:
December 6, 1973
Format:
Film/Video
Location:
WGBH
Collection (local):
WGBH Open Vault
Series:
Say Brother
Subjects:
Robinson, Jack E.
African Americans--Political activity
King, Mel
Riley, Lym
African American politicians
Bolling, Royal, Sr
Stevens, Nathaniel
Civil rights
Massachusetts Black Legislative Caucus
Brooke, Edward
Segregation
Jackson, Maynard
African Americans--Politics and government
Young, Andrew, 1932-
Chisholm, Shirley, 1924-2005
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Publisher:
WGBH Educational Foundation
Identifier:
V_A18AA6D3FFBB4736B129E702BD9EB57A