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Mention of Frederick Douglass as "father of Civil Rights." A man talks about his experience teaching and states "there are no labels, that's what I've been talking about in schools . . . I'm tired of the people who did go to these children, who have destroyed their minds, who have said they love them, who have charged them to tell them how to hate."
Clip of broadcast recording. Part of Broadcast Programs. Broadcast from 002022-002122 [also on recording: Benjamin Banneker Park Dedication]. Dated 19711124.
Broadcast about Frederick Douglass, Record Group 09-037, Anacostia Community Museum Archives, Smithsonian Institution
Civil rights leaders
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