WLIB Tapes #1
This audio recording contains a discussion led by Dr. Vivian Henderson on July 3, 1968. Dr. Henderson discusses human obsolescence and the forces that diminish the human element in critical areas of the society. The main force he discusses is that of technology. According to Henderson modern technology poses the threat of dehumanization, and this threat is continuing to grow as technology gets more advanced. Henderson then explores how this affects African American workers.
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Henderson, Vivian, "WLIB Tapes #1" (1968). Vivian Wilson Henderson Papers, Audio-Visual Recordings. Recording 8.