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1951 Aug. 22

Voice of America forum lectures

The Negro and the Communist Party

New York (N.Y.) - Part II of a 3-series "Ideological Special" on the influence of the Communist Party "among 15,000,000 American Negroes," concluding that their recent social achievements are owing "not to the Communist manifesto, but to the Bill of Rights and the Constitution of the United States."

W. E. B. Du Bois Papers

1997 June 21

Duesing, Bill

Politics of Food

Bridgeport (Conn.) - Radio broadcast over WPKN. Contents include: news on genetically modified organisms -- interview with Vincent Kay (beekeeper) -- green salads -- what to plant and eat now.

Bill Duesing Politics of Food Collection

1951 Nov. 19

Voice of America forum lectures

Black and white

New York (N.Y.) - A commentary on the human rights violates who have recently usurped the Kremlin; hereby "throwing down the gauntlet to them"; condemning "the use of mass deportations, slave labor camps, murder and political courts as official"; and reminding listeners that "the curse of an evil deed is that it must always engender more evil."

W. E. B. Du Bois Papers

1951 Nov. 13

Voice of America forum lectures

A Negro woman's story

New York (N.Y.) - Number 126 of the "Women's World" series, aspiring to answer "Just what is the status of Negroes in the United States?"; describing the trials and triumphs of various young African Americans in higher education, segregated public spaces, public transportation, and the professional arena.

W. E. B. Du Bois Papers

1951 Aug. 21

Voice of America forum lectures

The Negro and the Communist Party

New York (N.Y.) - Part I of a 3-series "Ideological Special" on the influence of the Communist Party "among 15,000,000 American Negroes," concluding that the group has not succumbed to the Party "because [their] aspirations are essentially egalitarian." Littered with small pencilled editorial comments, presumably by W. E. B. Du Bois.

W. E. B. Du Bois Papers

1998 Mar. 21

Duesing, Bill

Politics of Food

Bridgeport (Conn.) - Radio broadcast over WPKN. Contents include: news on opposition to national organic standards -- interview with Michael Colby (Real Food and Water) -- cake -- planting peas, pruning.

Bill Duesing Politics of Food Collection

1997 Aug. 16

Duesing, Bill

Politics of Food

Bridgeport (Conn.) - Radio broadcast over WPKN. Contents include: news on genetically modified organisms -- interview with Hugh Joseph (nutritionist and activist for food security with community groups) -- garlic -- drying vegetables.

Bill Duesing Politics of Food Collection

1998 May 16

Duesing, Bill

Politics of Food

Bridgeport (Conn.) - Radio broadcast over WPKN. Contents include: news on national organic standards and USDA -- interview with Becky May (local activist) -- salads -- what to do now.

Bill Duesing Politics of Food Collection

1997 July 19

Duesing, Bill

Politics of Food

Bridgeport (Conn.) - Radio broadcast over WPKN. Contents include: news on NOFA summer conference -- interview with John Wargo (author of Our Children's Toxic Legacy) -- vegetable stir fry -- what to plant and eat now.

Bill Duesing Politics of Food Collection

1951 Sept. 24

Voice of America forum lectures

The Minneapolis experiment in tolerance How women in Minneapolis helped defeat bigotry and prejudice

New York (N.Y.) - Describing the "wonders" female volunteers have accomplished in American communities; outlining the demographic minorities of Minneapolis and how "personal" and "hard... to fight" the racism is in that city; suggesting that neighborhood segregation is "not as much a problem as real estate people sometimes make it"; noting the process of integration in public schools; and advisi... more

W. E. B. Du Bois Papers