Title
Local residents comment on political candidates
Creator
White, Conrad
Barrow-Murray, Barbara
Moore, Melvin
Ruiz, Mildred
Contributor
Demers, Leo
Sullivan, John
Portilla, Alfred
Holden, Dick
Wareham, Skip
Kramer, Sharon
Wilson, Bob
Balhatchet, Tom
Hill, Rebecca
MacKnight, John
Chigas, Basil
Bordett, Bruce
Clarke, Brian
Mahard, Fran
Floyd, Mike
Nicholas , Huntley, Jr
Cross, June
Buccheri, Ron
Hudson, Harvey
Tsiang, Kaisan
Handyside, Keith
Publisher
WGBH Educational Foundation
Type of Resource
moving image
Abstract/Description
In this clip Barbara Barrow conducting "man on the street" interviews in Boston's South End asks what the new second Suffolk District senator should change in the community. Overall the program focuses on the Boston political arena. Host Barbara Barrow speaks with State Senator Bill Owens about his winning his second election, his reelection campaign, the potential conflict between minority men and white women competing for the same jobs, his Senate committee to research hiring practices, and proposals he has put forth related to Boston's South End. Additional segments include "man on the street" interviews conducted on the day of the primary election (in which Say Brother asked people who they preferred - Owens or his opponent Royal Bolling - and what issues the winner should focus on), an excerpt from Jesse Jackson's November press conference in Boston, and the "Community Calendar." Produced by Barbara Barrow. Directed by Conrad White.
Subjects and keywords
Segregation
Local elections
African Americans--Attitudes
Civil rights
Owens, Bill
African American politicians
Massachusetts. General Court. Senate--Elections
Jackson, Jesse 1941
Format
Motion pictures
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