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Marilyn Robinson was a news reporter for WRC-TV / NBC.
Reporter Marilyn Robinson describes her job, and the challenges being a black woman and a reporter. She explains the importance of black people having their own communications system to tell their stories which are lost among the many other stories covered by the news media, such as the story she is covering on the Arlington Police Association about wage disputes.
Short documentary. Part of ACM Museum Events, PR, and Ceremonies Recordings. AV000618: short documentary begins at 000515; beginning of recording consists of Closing of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Interviews. AV000618, AV000621, and AV000622 contain same news report. AV000618: dated 19750413. AV000621 and AV000622: undated. AV003311-2: voiceover/narration only, undated
Marilyn Robinson, Record Group AV09-023, Anacostia Community Museum Archives, Smithsonian Institution
African American mass media
African American journalists
African American women
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