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The only known footage of the State of the Race Conference in Los Angeles, a three-day assembly called by the San Francisco-based Pan-Afrikan Secretariat and held in the heart of the Los Angeles black community. This was the first major national conference to deal with the total range of political, social, cultural and economic questions facing Black people since the Congress of African Peoples in Atlanta, 1970. Part 1: John Henry Clarke "Conference on Race" Part I Part 2: John Henry Clarke "Conference on Race" Part II Part 3: Ms. Elizabeth Sibeko Conference on Race 10-29-77 Part 4: Ben Jochanon Part I Part 5: Ben Jochanon Part II; Saba-Dancer Part 6: Frances Welsing 10-30-77 The Role of Blacks in Bringing About A New Era, Part I Part 7: Frances Welsing Part II Notes on original containers (before tapes were renamed): t01: John Henry Clarke "Conference on Race" Part I-Master, Black and White, 60 minutes; t02: Part II-Master, Color and Black and White, 30 minutes; t03: Frances Welsing 10-30-77 The Role of Blacks in Bringing About A New Era, Part I 60 minutes; t04: Frances Welsing Part II 50-60 minutes; t05: 10-29-77 A) Ben Jochanon Pt II B) Saba-Dancer; t06: Ms. Elizabeth Sibeko Conference on Race 10-29-77
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