Being Black in a Recession
- 1. Introduction: Father Boniface Hardin, host, with Sister Jane introduces the episode’s topic of Black people’s unique difficulties during a recession. (03:15)
- 2. Sister Jane speaks on unemployment among the Black community and its repercussions. (04:03)
- 3. Fr. Hardin discusses the high unemployment in the state of Indiana and its economic impact. (02:30)
- 4. Fr. Hardin discusses possible solutions for unemployment within the community. He emphasizes helping others when able. (03:20)
- 5. Fr. Hardin talks about the impact of unemployment on health. (04:32)
- 6. The hosts discuss dietary issues during a recession. (02:31)
- 7. Sister Jane speaks on the social impact of cutting programs. (02:48)
- 8. Fr. Hardin discusses the “value of life” among the Black community. (02:37)
- 9. Fr. Hardin talks about a lack of education among Black individuals and the challenge that poses in regard to unemployment. (03:47)
- 10. Conclusion: Fr. Hardin concludes the session. (03:06)
- Main contributors
Hardin, Boniface, 1933-2012; Schilling, Jane Edward, 1930-2017
Father Boniface Hardin hosts a discussion with Sister Jane Schilling on the current recession and how it impacts the Black community. The hosts discuss unemployment, the recession’s impact on health and diet, the importance of education, and community-oriented approaches to remedying unemployment.
African Americans--Economic & social conditions--Indiana
- Physical Description
1 audiotape (analog) (32:29) : 7 in.
Radio series: Afro-American in Indiana
- Other Identifiers
Shelf Number: OR 281; Collection Identifier: SC 165; MDPI Barcode: 40000001808312
This item is accessible by: the public.