A number of public affairs programs of historical interest have found themselves on the web as of late, and the important African-American show "Say Brother" produced by WGBH is one of these programs. Started in 1968, the television program has featured conversations and discussions with Julian Bond, Nikki Giovanni, Eartha Kitt, and other leaders within the African-American community. With a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), WGBH began the process of preserving the original master tapes of this program, and they also placed excerpts of each program online at this website. Here, visitors can view these excerpts and also search all of the programs by subject, personal name, or program number. The site is rounded out by an exemplary list of online resources for African-American history organized under the headings of heritage collections, publications, and archives and archivists.
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