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Radio interview with Melody James and Sharon Lockwood of a traveling mime troupe on their experiences and takeaways from travelling in the Northwest United States. A program called ‚Ghetto to Suburb‚ which features interviews of a Black family before and after they moved to a Pennsylvania suburb, from a WGBH (Boston) series called ‚A Chance to Grow‚. Program sponsored by The Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions in Santa Barbara on Mexican American culture by a panel of Steve Allen, Grace Olivarez, Dionicio Morales, Armando Rodriguez, Bert Acosta, Arturo Cabrera, Daniel Luevano , Bert Corona, and W.H. Ferry and Richard Lichtman. Immigration to Canada by conscientious objectors of the draft. Program called ‚Military Assistance to New Nations‚ on the ‚viability‚ of many of the world‚Äôs small, new nations - debated by Morris Janowitz and Aristide Zolberg. Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
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