Dr Nathan Hare reflects on SF States Black Studies Program

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Dr Nathan Hare discusses the crisis of the negro intellectual and his desire to take an active role in addressing this issue. He expresses his belief that the struggle for black power needs to be conducted on an international stage and relates this view to his recent dispute at San Francisco State College with President Hayakawa over the creation of a Black Studies Department, reflecting that: "I think one can get bogged down reacting to insignificant and tragic individuals such as Hayakawa and I think that at some point one has to move to a new level to begin to try to do something worthwhile."

Originally aired on
KPIX Eye on the Bay News
Date aired
8/7/69
Recording medium
16mm b&w magnetic sound film
3:30
Rights for this video belong to
CBS5 KPIX-TV
Type of material
archival news film
Event
1968 SF State Student Strike
Identifier
KPIX 39495
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10382

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