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[IBW's The Other American Revolution]

Title
[IBW's The Other American Revolution] [sound recording]
Publication
197?

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Additional Authors
  • Harding, Vincent.
  • Institute of the Black World.
Found In
c2bc Institute of the Black World Institute of the Black World Collection (CstRLIN)NYPG95-R733.
Description
26 sound cassettes : analog, 1 7/8 ips, two track, mono.; 3 7/8 x 2 1/2 in.
Summary
The Other American Revolution, a production of IBW, features black historian and lecturer Vincent Harding. Harding presents a chronological approach to the history of the Black struggle for freedom and how it relates to other aspects of black culture including religion, family life, music and institution building. Topics included are slavery, the Civil War, Reconstruction, Black nationalism, World War II, the Vietnam War, and the civil rights movement and protests.
Donor/Sponsor
  • Collection donated by Howard Dodson.
  • Schomburg NEH Humanities Resources Access Project.
Uniform Title
Institute of the Black World.
Alternative Title
Seminary Without Walls.
Subjects
Note
  • Caption title reads: Seminary Without Walls.
Biography (note)
  • The Institute of the Black World (IBW) was a an independent, non-profit educational institution established in 1969. It was a community of black scholars, artists, teachers and organizers who were actively involved in the struggle to transform the character of Black education and whose ultimate goal was to serve as an agent of social transformation for American society.
Linking Entry (note)
  • Forms part of the Institute of the Black World Collection.
Call Number
Sc Audio C-
OCLC
NYPG95-R735
Title
[IBW's The Other American Revolution] [sound recording]
Imprint
197?
Biography
The Institute of the Black World (IBW) was a an independent, non-profit educational institution established in 1969. It was a community of black scholars, artists, teachers and organizers who were actively involved in the struggle to transform the character of Black education and whose ultimate goal was to serve as an agent of social transformation for American society.
Linking Entry
Forms part of the Institute of the Black World Collection.
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Added Author
Harding, Vincent.
Institute of the Black World.
Added Title
Institute of the Black World.
Seminary Without Walls.
Found In:
c2bc Institute of the Black World Institute of the Black World Collection (CstRLIN)NYPG95-R733.
Research Call Number
Sc Audio C-
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