Broadcasting freedom : radio, war, and the politics of race, 1938-1948
This study reveals how African-American activists, public officials, intellectuals and artists sought to use radio to influence a national debate about racial equality in the 1940s. These broadcasts challenged the nation to reconcile its egalitarian ideals with its unjust treatment of minorities.
Print Book, English, 1999
University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill, 1999
391 s. : illustrations.
9780807824771, 9780807848043, 0807824771, 0807848042