Blacks, Blues, Black! Episode 8 [art & literature]

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Episode 8 of a 10-part TV series made by Dr. Maya Angelou for KQED in 1968 called Blacks, Blues, Black!, which examines the influence of African American culture on modern American society. Includes scenes of Dr. Angelou in the studio discussing "black art and black literature," with performances by Preston Webster (with Charles Hester), the Danny Duncan Dancers and students from the Martin Luther King School. Also features many views of sculptures and a visit with artists James Bircher, Ben Hazard and Claude Clark, on location at an art exhibition in Hayward. This episode was written and produced by Dr. Maya Angelou and directed by Robert Hagopian. We'd like to thank KQED, WNET and the Library of Congress for collaborating with the TV Archive in making this series available. WNET deposited 2-inch video masters of 'Blacks, Blues, Black!' with the Library of Congress. The Library's Recording Laboratory remastered these 2-inch tapes onto digital, QuickTime masters and copyright holder KQED agreed to let us stream the compressed screener footage in DIVA. The TV Archive provided funding and coordination for this project.

Originally aired on
KQED
Date aired
8/9/1968
Recording medium
2-inch quad videotape
60:22
Rights for this video belong to
NCPB/KQED
Type of material
series
Identifier
KQ 1017
Views
2363

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