Black Leaders of 1973 participate in discussion on television program. Topics of the panel discussion include cooperation in the black community, race relations, capitalism and ownership of business, the Vietnam War, post-Vietnam War conditions for veterans and U.S. citizens, nationalism, and the political prisoner movement. Panelists include: James D. Williams, the Director of Communications of the National Urban League; Judge William Booth, President of AM. COMM. on Africa; Berkeley Burrell, President of the National Business League; Percy Sutton, President of the Borough of Manhattan; Nelson Johnson, Chairman of Y.O.B.U.; Fannie Lou Hamer, Director of Miss. Freedom Farm Coop.; Haywood Burns, Director of the Conference of Black Lawyers; Stokely Carmichael of the All African People's Revolutionary Party; and Angela Davis of the Comm. to Free Political Prisoners.
Television program. Part of Broadcast Programs. AV000805: television program from 001143 - 002511 [also on recording: Good Health Comes to Those Who Fight for It]. Undated.
Black Leaders '73, Record Group 09-037, Anacostia Community Museum Archives, Smithsonian Institution