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60 Minutes: Barbara Jordan

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Creator:
CBS News Productions
Subject:
Jordan, Barbara 1936-
Anacostia Community Museum
Anacostia Neighborhood Museum
Physical description:
1 open reel 1/2 inch video recording
Culture:
African American
Type:
Video recordings
Television programs
Place:
Texas
Washington (D.C.)
United States
Date:
1975
Circa 1975
Notes:
Title created by ACMA based on transcription from physical asset and contents of recording.
Summary:
A segment of the television program, 60 Minutes, profiles the life and work of U.S. Representative Barbara Jordan. The news segment covers Jordan growing up and living in the fifth ward of Houston, Texas; challenges of becoming and being an African American woman politician; and how she and other politicians in Congress and Texas worked together.
Interview. Part of Broadcast Programs. Undated.
Cite as:
60 Minutes: Barbara Jordan, Record Group 09-037, Anacostia Community Museum Archives, Smithsonian Institution
Topic:
African Americans
Politicians
African American politicians
Women politicians
African American women politicians
Local number:
ACMA AV003273
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Data Source:
Anacostia Community Museum Archives

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