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Under the Radar: The New School of Afro-American Thought

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Title

Under the Radar: The New School of Afro-American Thought

Subject

History
African-American History
Civil Rights
Education

Description

This documentary explores the founding and the impact of the New School for Afro-American Thought founded by Gaston Neal and Don Freeman. The school, founded in Washington, DC, sought to teach black youth about their pre-slavery roots in African Culture.

The school became a center for discussion and cultural expression, and attracted the attention of the era's most notable civil rights leaders.

Creator

Wheatley, Lorenz "Abeeku"

Source

Grant - 10-DCCHP-03

Publisher

Community Resources, Inc.

Date

2010

Contributor

Freeman, Don
Valentine, Alca

Format

Moving Image

Language

English

Type

Moving Image

Identifier

14.DCCHP.2010

Coverage

Ward 1
Cardozo

Moving Image Item Type Metadata

Original Format

DVD

Duration

00:32:24

Compression

.mpg

Producer

Freeman, Don

Director

Wheatley, Lorenz "Abeeku"

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