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12th Street Incident [Part 1]

Discussing rumors around the Urban League's involvement in a murder. Unidentified recording with “12th Street Incident” on box cover.

From  Dallas Pillen 2 Years ago
Relation
Stewardship
Creator
Detroit Urban League
Coverage
[Undated]
Language
English
Source
Audio Reel-to-Reel
Identifier
851100-SR-21-1
Subject
African Americans--Michigan--Detroit.; Detroit (Mich.);
Rights
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Detroit Urban League Annual Dinner Meeting, Charles T. Fisher, III, speaker, “Detroit – The Challenge and the Promise” [Part 1]

Wednesday, March 14, 1962, 6:15 P.M. Detroit Urban League; Speaker: Charles T. Fisher, III; Subject: "Detroit - The Challenge and the Promise"

From  Dallas Pillen 2 Years ago
Relation
Stewardship
Creator
Detroit Urban League
Coverage
1962 March 1962
Language
English
Source
Audio Reel-to-Reel
Identifier
851100-SR-1-1
Subject
African Americans--Michigan--Detroit.; Detroit (Mich.);
Rights
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Dr. Francis A. Kornegay speech “The Work of the Detroit Urban League” [on Memorial to Whitney Young] at Grosse Pointe Unitarian Church. [Part 1]

Francis Kornegay speaks about the importance of the Detroit Urban League.

From  Dallas Pillen 2 Years ago
Relation
Stewardship
Creator
Detroit Urban League
Coverage
1971 March 28
Language
English
Source
Audio Reel-to-Reel
Identifier
851100-SR-17-1
Subject
African Americans--Michigan--Detroit.; Detroit (Mich.);
Rights
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Francis A. Kornegay speaks after presenting gift to University of Michigan for the Martin Luther King Memorial Fund. [Part 1]

Francis A. Kornegay discussing African American education at the University of Michigan after presenting check for $5000 to University of Michigan President Robben Fleming for the Martin Luther King…

From  Dallas Pillen 2 Years ago
Relation
Stewardship
Creator
Detroit Urban League
Coverage
1969 June 26
Language
English
Source
Audio Reel-to-Reel
Identifier
851100-SR-12-1
Subject
African Americans--Michigan--Detroit.; Detroit (Mich.);
Rights
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President’s Cabinet Dinner, Cobo Hall. Bob Considine and Whitney Young discuss Detroit riots. [Part 1]

Dinner and speeches discussing the Detroit Riot and its aftermath. President's Cabinet Dinner with Bob Considine as moderator, Whitney Young talks about Detroit riots and Fr. Carron comments.…

From  Dallas Pillen 2 Years ago
Relation
Stewardship
Creator
Detroit Urban League
Coverage
1968 March 18
Language
English
Source
Audio Reel-to-Reel
Identifier
851100-SR-9-1
Subject
African Americans--Michigan--Detroit.; Detroit (Mich.);
Rights
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Remarks and introduction by Thomas S. Nurnberger followed by address of William Haber [Part 1]

Remarks by Thomas S. Nurnberger, Frank J. Armstrong, Dr. William Haber.

From  Dallas Pillen 2 Years ago
Relation
Stewardship
Creator
Detroit Urban League
Coverage
[Undated]
Language
English
Source
Audio Reel-to-Reel
Identifier
851100-SR-20-1
Subject
African Americans--Michigan--Detroit.; Detroit (Mich.);
Rights
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Target Radio Program: WWJ-TV; Francis Kornegay, The Urban League, and the Detroit Riots [Part 1]

Tape content does not match original description; incorrectly labeled; does not fit box description; subject is Detroit Riot, but date on box is from before riots.

From  Dallas Pillen 2 Years ago
Relation
Stewardship
Creator
Detroit Urban League
Coverage
[Undated]
Language
English
Source
Audio Reel-to-Reel
Identifier
851100-SR-4-1
Subject
African Americans--Michigan--Detroit.; Detroit (Mich.);
Rights
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WDTR program “A Time to Talk” with guests Art Johnson, Jessie Kennedy, Francis Kornegay, and Horace Sheffield. [Part 1]

WDTR program, “A Time to Talk” on the topic of “How effective is the strike as a new weapon in civil rights?” [with guests] Art Johnson, Jessie Kennedy, Francis Kornegay, and…

From  Dallas Pillen 2 Years ago
Relation
Stewardship
Creator
Detroit Urban League
Coverage
1967 February 09
Language
English
Source
Audio Reel-to-Reel
Identifier
851100-SR-3-1
Subject
African Americans--Michigan--Detroit.; Detroit (Mich.);
Rights
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