[The Role of Negro Americans as Treated in American Education] (audio)
Role of Negro Americans
C. Eric Lincoln Collection
This recording features a panel discussion on teaching Black history in Cleveland public schools. The panel includes Shirley Seaton, Juanita Story and Albert Carrol. The moderator is Paul W. Briggs superintendent of Cleveland public schools. The panel presents C. Eric Lincoln with several questions regarding Black history. Jazz is included at the end of the audio.
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Lincoln, C. Eric; Seaton, Shirley; and Story, Juanita, "[The Role of Negro Americans as Treated in American Education] (audio)" (1985). C. Eric Lincoln Collection, Audio-Visual Recordings. 135.
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