"Finding A History of the Black Man in Indiana"
- 1. Why is there a big interest in the study of Indiana black history? (04:36)
- 2. Previous work done on the black man in Indiana and the need for new interpretive work done by black people. (03:51)
- 3. Dissemination of information important; radio show a first means. (02:14)
- 4. The Afro American Journal will be a second means of dissemination. (02:08)
- 5. Excerpt from 1862 The History of Slavery and the Great Rebellion, by W. O. Blake; 135 slaves in Indiana Territory according to 1800 slave census. (02:37)
- 6. Need for materials and information to produce knowledge of the past; enthusiasm of new researchers. (02:37)
- 7. Martin Center workshops another method of dissemination; plans to help black public school teachers to teach black history and to teach black parents to teach children. (04:23)
- 8. Importance of stressing ownership of black teachers for the task of teaching black history. (05:35)
- 9. Conclusion. (04:06)
- Physical Description
1 audiotape (analog) (32:56) : 7 in.
Radio series: Afro-American in Indiana
- Other Identifiers
Other: OR 206; Collection Identifier: SC 165; MDPI Barcode: 40000001799198