Struggling To Create A New Society

Ron Daniels examines struggles to create a more equitable U.S. society through political movements amid crises in the African American community and suggests a way forward to a new society. He offers some lessons from the history of struggle in the African American community in the U.S., particularly the historic National Black Convention in 1972.

Recorded at the 2001 Z Media Institute in Woods Hole, Massachusetts. 90 minutes.

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