Title
Boston teenagers discuss the Darryl Williams shooting
Creator
Clarke, Brian
Barrow-Murray, Barbara
Deare, Beth
Contributor
Hill, Rebecca
Norton, Chas
Smith, Kathy
Carey, Nancy
MacKnight, John
Mahard, Fran
Lewis, Webster
Harriston, Renee
Melendez, Celenia
Fairweather, Bill
Mackles, Gene
Wong, Evelyn
Bordett, Bruce
Brennan, Susan
Morales, Carmen
Publisher
WGBH Educational Foundation
Type of Resource
moving image
Abstract/Description
In this clip Barbara Barrow-Murray chairs a discussion on the opinions of teenagers in Boston regarding race relations in middle and high schools, including the Darryl Williams shooting at Jamaica Plain High School, the impact of violence on education, and the role of parents in perpetuating poor racial relations. In this excerpt from the program, the group discusses their opinions of the Darryl Williams shooting. Overall the program focuses on the opinions of teenagers in Boston regarding race relations in middle and high schools, via a group discussion with 34 teenagers led by Barbara Barrow-Murray. Discussion topics include the Darryl Williams shooting at Jamaica Plain High School, the impact of violence on education, and the role of parents in perpetuating poor racial relations. Program includes 20 minutes of viewer calls and footage of the Darryl Williams Rally October 3, 1979, and the East Boston High School Boycott, October 18, 1979 (compliments of WGBH-TV's 10 O'Clock News. Program follows the same format as Program 918, "A Conversation With the Next Generation." Produced by Barbara Barrow-Murray. Directed by Brian Clarke.
Subjects and keywords
Segregation
Teenagers
Race relations
African American teenagers
Civil rights
10 O'Clock News (television program)
Format
Motion pictures
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