Interview for BBC Radio, sides 1-2 A
Date:
Dec. 10, 1979
Description:
Interview for BBC Radio, sides 1-2 A (45:55): The BBC holds an interview with Howard Thurman. The interviewer asks questions regarding his childhood, specifically regarding how he negotiated his education and career goals as a black man raised in a white-dominated society. Thurman speaks to the remarkable role of his mother and grandmother in shaping and assuring his identity.
Associated Personal Entities:
Thurman, Howard, 1900-1981
Associated Corporate Entities:
British Broadcasting Corporation
Associated Subjects:
Civil rights movements -- United States
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