Black Movement in the '60s
- 1. Introduction: Father Boniface Hardin, host, with Mynell Gardner introduces the episode’s topic: the impact of the Black Movement in the 60s. (02:59)
- 2. Ms. Gardner explains the Black Movement in the 60s that attempted to draw attention to Black people in American society. (02:36)
- 3. Ms. Gardner describe the specific wants of the individuals involved in the movement, including education and justice. (02:27)
- 4. The hosts discuss the positive effects of the movement on Black communities despite its overall failures. (03:06)
- 5. Fr. Hardin speaks on the attitudes toward revolutionary Blacks versus middle class Blacks. (02:44)
- 6. The hosts discuss the statement “save the children.” (02:59)
- 7. Fr. Hardin discusses his own work with children and what he teaches them about Black history. (03:39)
- 8. The hosts talk about children’s reactions to slave chains. (02:28)
- 9. Ms. Gardner talks about the biggest impact on modern Black people as a result of the movement. (02:52)
- 10. The hosts discuss the role of textbooks and other forms of media in teaching Black history. (02:14)
- 11. Conclusion: Fr. Hardin concludes the session. (03:12)
- Main contributors
Hardin, Boniface, 1933-2012; Gardner, Mynelle
Father Boniface Hardin hosts a discussion with Mrs. Mynelle Gardner on the impact of the Black Movement in the1960s. Ms. Gardner begins by describing the Black Movement and the goals of its participants. The hosts discuss the ultimate successes and failures of the movement, as well as its impact on modern Black people. They also discuss teaching children about the movement and about Black history.
African American history; Black power--United States.; African Americans--Civil rights
- Physical Description
1 audiotape (analog) (31:16) : 7 in.
Radio series: Afro-American in Indiana
- Other Identifiers
Shelf Number: OR 278; Collection Identifier: SC 165; MDPI Barcode: 40000001808346
This item is accessible by: the public.