Inaugural C. Eric Lincoln Lecture Series Ceremony, 1983 (video)
C. Eric Lincoln Lecture Series Collection
Alex Haley (author of Roots), Dr. Raymond Boisvert, Dr. Elias Blake (president of Clark College), Dr. Larry Jones (dean of Howard School of Divinity) Rev. Moses Anderson (Roman Catholic church) and Dr. Lillian Webb (chairman of Religion and Philosophy at Clark College), give remarks in the inaugural C. Eric Lincoln lecture series. The lecture “Human Values in Inhuman Systems” is given by C. Eric Lincoln. In this lecture Dr. Lincoln discusses human values in relation to social and cultural change. He gives four fundamental human values and discusses their relationship to the social and cultural changes in the United States since World War II. Corresponding audio can be found by searching this file name: auc.093.b06t01.19830000.aud0001.
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Haley, Alex; Boisvert, Raymond; Blake, Elias; Jones, Larry; and Lincoln, C. Eric, "Inaugural C. Eric Lincoln Lecture Series Ceremony, 1983 (video)" (1983). C. Eric Lincoln Lecture Series Collection, Audio-Visual Recordings. 10.
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