Vivian Wilson Henderson Papers
This audio recording contains a speech delivered at a convocation ceremony at DePaul University by Dr. Vivian Henderson. He discusses the importance of equality of access rather than equality of opportunity and the “unrealistic expectations” of African Americans relating to the availability of housing, education, and employment. He discusses the responses white people have used in regards to the slogan “Black Power!”. Dr. Henderson also urges that people adopt the ideal that the nation should have a racially integrated society, and he also shares his opinions about civil rights activist and Pan-Africanist, Stokely Carmichael (later known as Kwame Ture).
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Henderson, Vivian, "[Black Power]" (Undated). Vivian Wilson Henderson Papers, Audio-Visual Recordings. Recording 10. http://digitalcommons.auctr.edu/hendav/10