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Whitney M. Young, Jr. papers, 1960-1977

Series VII: Tape Recordings

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Subseries VII.1: Speeches of Whitney M. Young, Jr.



Box 235 Reel 1 Negro American Labor Council Convention, New York City, N.Y. (20 min 71/2 ips), 9 November 1962

Box 123 NOTE

(Side 2 of this reel is a press conference on health and welfare, Oct. 20, 1963. 48 min 3 3/4 ips Address)

Related documents


Box 235 Reel 2 Address at Dinner given by Director-General David A. Morse of the International Labour Office, at the Intercontinental Hotel, Geneva, Switzerland. (39 min 3 3/4 ips), 22 July 1964

(Young's remarks are followed by words of thanks by Mr. Morse)


Box 235 Reel 3 Merit Employment Association Luncheon, Atlanta, Ga. (57 min 3 3/4 ips), 12 August 1966


Box 235 Reel 4 Akron Bar Association, Akron, Ohio. (61 min 3 3/4 ips), 10 November 1967

(Speech is followed by a Question/Answer session. Introduction by John S. Knight. Related documents: Boxes 146, 157)


Box 235 Reel 5 Lake County Urban League First Annual Meeting, Waukegan, Illinois. (1 hr, 4 min 3 3/4 ips), 4 February 1958

(Related documents: Box 164)


Box 235 Reel 6 National Urban League 58th Annual Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana. Keynote address ''The Black Ghetto and the Open Society." (49 min 3 3/4 ips)

(Related documents Boxes 165, 172)



Box 236 Reel 1 American Sociological Association, 63rd Annual Conference, Boston, Ma. (1 hr, 28 min 1 7/8 ips)

(Related documents Boxes 161, 172)


Box 236 Reel 2 Tacoma Urban League, Tacoma, Washington. Speech followed by Question/Answer session. (64 min 3 3/4 ips)

(Related documents Box 167)


Box 236 Reel 3 American Personnel and Guidance Association, Las Vegas, Nevada. (70 min 3 3/4 ips), 31 March 1969

(Related documents Boxes 176, 184)


Box 236 Reel 4 Sales Promotion Executives Association (SPEA) International Conference, New York City, N.Y. (20 min Cassette), 28 May 1969

(Related documents Box 184. Note Side 1 of this recording features The Group, a choral ensemble, as it entertained SPEA)


Box 236 Reel 5 National Conference for Health Occupation Education, New Orleans, La. (52 min 3 3/4 ips), 5 Feb. 1970

(Related documents Box 190)


Box 236 Reel 6 Four Freedoms Award, New York City, N.Y. Whitney M. Young, Jr. - recipient. (2 hrs, 20 min 3·3/4 ips), 2 April 1970

(Major participants included John Charles Daly, Senator Jacob Javits, Carl Rowan, Carl Stokes, James Roosevelt, Ramsey Clark, and Theodore Kheel. Related documents: Box 191)


Box 236 Reel 7 Williamsburg International Assembly, Williamsburg, Virginia. Speech is followed by Question/Answer session. (2 hrs, 4 min, 7 1/2 ips), 3 Reels

(Related documents Box 190)


Box 236 Reel 8 Atlanta University School of Social Work. Celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the School of Social Work, Atlanta University, Atlanta, GA. Introduction Dean G. Hill. (42 min Cassette), 13 Nov. 1970

(Related documents: Boxes 187, 191)


Box 236 Reel 9 Afro-American Patrolman's League Dinner (AAPL), Chicago (1 hr, 17 min 3 3/4 ips)

(Keynote speaker Young. National Law and Social Justice Leadership Award (first)

(Recipient - Ramsey Clark. Other participants included Father Renault Robinson, Marvin Zimmerman and Dick Gregory)


Box 236 Reel 10 University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa.Speech is followed by Question/Answer session. (1 hr, 32 min Cassette), 17 February 1971


Subseries VII.2: Radio statements - "To Be Equal", 1967-1970

(Related documents for Subseries II.2: Boxes 196-197, and 213-219. Box 237 also contains transcripts for programs 1-7)


1967:



Box 237 Reel 1 1. Some Facts About Welfare (5:00 min)


Box 237 Reel 1 2. Prejudice and the School (4:45 min)


Box 237 Reel 1 3. Selective Service Inequalities (4:58 min)


Box 237 Reel 1 4. Consumer Fraud in the Ghetto (5:04 min)


Box 237 Reel 1 5. The Challenge of the Suburbs (5:03 min)


Box 237 Reel 2 6. A Look at Adoptions (5:00. min)


Box 237 Reel 2 7. Economic Security Program (4:58 min)


Box 237 Reel 2 8. Civil Rights

(publication November 1967, New York)


Box 237 Reel 2 9. The Ghetto Needs Jobs (5:01 min)


Box 237 Reel 2 10. Developing Leadership (5:00 min)

(Whitney Young's contribution to the monograph, to be published jointly by the American Academy of Political and Social Science and the Fels Institute of State and Local Government)


Box 237 Reel 3 11. Where are the Liberals (5:00 min)


Box 237 Reel 3 12. Integrating the textbooks (5:04 min)


Box 237 Reel 3 13. Hate Groups Still With Us (4:42 min)


Box 237 Reel 3 14. The Changing South (4:51 min)


Box 237 Reel 3 15. Remedial Programs for White People Needed (4:59 min)


1968:


Box 237 Reel 4 16. High Cost of Discrimination (4:42 min)


Box 237 Reel 4 17. The Police and the Ghetto (5:00 min)


Box 237 Reel 4 18. Responsibility of the Media (4:49 min)


Box 237 Reel 4 19. Closing the Gap (4:51 min)


Box 237 Reel 4 20. Business Credibility Gap (4:57 min)


Box 237 Reel 5 26. Black Students Leading Campus Fight for Equality (5:06 min)


Box 237 Reel 5 27. We are All Militants (4:46 min)


Box 237 Reel 5 28. Training in Sensitivity Needed (5:01 min)


Box 237 Reel 5 29. Black Soldiers (6:06 min)


Box 237 Reel 5 30. Police Power (6:02 min)


Box 237 Reel 6 31. Building Ghetto Power (5:14 min)


Box 237 Reel 6 32. Decentralizing the Schools (4:16 min)

(Programs 32 and 33 are also available on single reels. reel numbers are 6a and 6b respectively)


Box 237 Reel 6 33. Will You Have a Job This Year (5:05 min)

(Programs 32 and 33 are also available on single reels. reel numbers are 6a and 6b respectively)


Box 237 Reel 6 34. Law and Order (4:49 min)


Box 237 Reel 6 35. Business' Role in the Slums (5:02 min)


Box 237 Reel 7 36. What Price Backlash (5:16 min)


Box 237 Reel 7 37. Replacing the Welfare System (4:41 min)


Box 237 Reel 7 38. Enforcing Law and Order (6:04 min)


Box 237 Reel 7 39. The Myth of Black Anti-Semitism (5:01 min)


Box 237 Reel 7 40. Decentralization, the Big Issue (5:07 min)


Box 237 Reel 8 41. War on Poverty Fights for Life (6:05 min)


Box 237 Reel 8 42. Welfare Reforms Overdue (5:11 min)


Box 237 Reel 8 43. The Changing South (5:04 min)


Box 237 Reel 8 44. Black Studies on White Campuses (4:50 min)


Box 237 Reel 8 45. Spotlight on Africa (6:02 min)


Box 237 Reel 9 46. Education


Box 237 Reel 9 47. Israel's Lesson for America (4:57 min)


Box 237 Reel 9 48. Repression Alone no Solution to Campus Demonstrations (6:02 min)


Box 237 Reel 9 49. Television's Impact (4:44 min)


Box 237 Reel 9 50. Cities Must Rate Top Priority (5:00 min)


Box 237 Reel 10 51. Making Murder Illegal (5:11 min)


Box 237 Reel 10 52. Crime and Punishment (5:04 min)


Box 237 Reel 10 53. Welfare Reforms (6:06 min)


Box 237 Reel 10 54. Economic Security for All (4:51 min)


Box 237 Reel 10 55. The Black Businessman (4:15 min)


Box 237 Reel 11 Revolt of the Professional (5:56 min)


Box 237 Reel 11 Urban Transit Needs (6:00 min)


Box 237 Reel 11 A Civil Rights Story (5:14 min)


Box 237 Reel 11 Vietnam - A Piece Divided (5:05 min)


Box 237 Reel 11 Public Utilities and the Poor (4:47 min)


1970:


Box 237 Reel 12 1. Back to School (4:11 min)


Box 237 Reel 12 2. Census Count Wrong Again (5:42 min)


Box 237 Reel 12 3. Day Care Centers Needed (5:28 min)


Box 237 Reel 12 4. The Crime Problem (6:06 min)


Box 237 Reel 13 5. The Mess in the Prisons (5:05 min)


Box 237 Reel 13 6. Enforcing the Civil Rights Laws (4:53 min)


Box 237 Reel 13 7. Blacks in Economic Depression (6:06 min)



Box 238 Reel 1 61. Vietnam and the Cities (4:41 min)


Box 238 Reel 1 62. Giving the United Way (5:16 min)


Box 238 Reel 1 63. National Health Insurance (6:02 min)


Box 238 Reel 1 64. A Voice for the Poor (5:32 min)


Box 238 Reel 1 65. Bias on the Culture Front (4:42 min)


Box 238 Reel 2 66. Black Panthers (5:00 min)


Box 238 Reel 2 67. Focus on NUL in Next Decade (6:40 min)


Box 238 Reel 2 68 Crisis in Leadership (4:42 min)


Box 238 Reel 3 69. The South African Time Bomb (5:05 min)


Box 238 Reel 3 70a. President Nixon's Veto (3:01 min)


Box 238 Reel 3 70b. Narcotic Legislation (2:26 min)


Box 238 Reel 3 71 Desegregation of Mississippi Schools (6:06 min)


Box 238 Reel 4 72 Violence in South Carolina (4:51 min)


Box 238 Reel 4 73 Desegregation of Schools (4:42 min)


Box 238 Reel 4 74 Copping Out (5:32 min)


Box 238 Reel 4 75 Make Black Count (5:05 min)


Subseries VII.3 Radio and television interviews, panel discussions, and press conferences



Box 239 Reel 1 Press conference - Newark, N.J. (40 min 71/2 ips)


Box 239 Reel 2 Radio promo ''Make Black Count" urging Blacks to participate in the 1970 census (count. 52 sec 71/2 ips)


Box 239 Reel 3 Readers' Digest Resource Packet - Pursuit. Interview with Mr. Young on current issues and problems in civil rights and race relations. 13 min, 1 audiocassettes


Box 239 Reel 4 The Changing Form and Function of Cities. Producer McGraw-Hill. Interview with Mr. Young. Topic Race Relations and Community. Interviewer Fran P. Hosken. (48 min), 1 audiocassettes


Box 239 Reel 5 WOR-FM Radio. New York City. Martha Deane Show. Guest Whitney Young, Jr. (45 min 3 3/4 ips), 18 September 1963


Box 239 Reel 5 CBS Radio. Let's Find Out; a weekly news interview. Moderator Joseph Dembo. Reporters Louis Adler, WCBS Radio News; Layhmond Robinson, Jr., New York Times. Mr. Young - Guest. (30 min 71/2 ips), 13 October 1963


Box 239 Reel 6 Press conference, 20 October 1963

SEE Box 235, reel 1, Side 2.


Box 239 Reel 7 Press conference on education. Location unknown. (1 hr. 5 min 3 3/4 ips), 17 November 1963


Box 239 Reel 8 WQXR-FM Radio. New York City. Duncan MacDonald's "Observation Point" Guest Mr. Young. (30 min 3 3/4 ips), 12 February 1964


Box 239 Reel 9 Radio Uganda. Panel discussion "Progress through cooperation." Principal participants Whitney M. Young, Jr., Paul G. Hoffman, and African statesmen. (30 min 71/2 ips), 16 May 1965


Box 239 Reel 10 ABC-TV. New York City. Youth Wants to Know. An interview with Mr. Young. Moderator, 8 May 1966


Box 239 Reel 11 Press conference on Decentralization. (10 min 71/2 ips), 20 September 1968


Box 239 Reel 12 WKTNT Radio Magazine. Dateline at Large. Tacoma, Washington. Gene Lewis. (26 min 71/2 ips), 20 October 1968


Box 239 Reel 13 Press conference at National Urban League headquarters on Ocean-Hill-Brownsville controversy. Mr. Young discusses his resignation from the Special Kheel Committee. (28 min 71/2 ips), 13 October 1968


Box 239 Reel 14 Press conference to explain the National Urban League New Trust program. (22 min 71/2 ips), 11 December 1968


Box 239 Reel 15 Last interview with Young. Lagos, Nigeria. Conference headquarters. (22 min 7 1/2 ips), 10 March 1971


Subseries: VII.4. Interviews and special services on Mr. Young's death



Box 240 Reel 1 News conference and statements by former U.S. Attorney General Ramsey Clark and Congressman John Conyers on the death of Whitney Young. Lagos, Nigeria. (11 min 71/2 ips), 11 March 1971


Box 240 Reel 2 News conference. Federal Palace Hotel. Lagos, Nigeria. Announcement of funeral arrangements, and formal condolences offered by African and American leaders. News conference led by Bayard Rustin. (37 min 71/2 ips), 12 March 1971


Box 240 Reel 3 Memorial service for Whitney Young. Lagos, Nigeria (1 hr, 29 min 71/2 ips), 13 March 1971, 2 Reels


Box 240 Reel 4 English Gordon (Voice of America) interview with Senator Brooke, Ghana Ambassador Debrah, and Clarence Mitchell on the life of Whitney Young. Location of session: Washington, D.C. (46 min 7 1/2 ips), 14 March 1971


Box 240 Reel 5 Clifford Alexander (Voice of America) on Whitney Young. (11 min 71/2 ips), 16 March 1971


Box 240 Reel 6 Memorial service for Whitney Young at Spelman College, Atlanta, Ga. (61 min 71/2 ips), 17 March 1971


Subseries VII.5: National Urban League meetings, workshops and seminars



Box 240a Reel 1 Discussion of student involvement in NUL


Box 240a Reel 2 Evaluation Conference of the NUL Summer Fellowship Program. Southern Field Office, Atlanta, Ga. Project Director


Box 240a Reel 2a Community Action Assembly-NUL 1983, Dec 1964, 2 Reels



Box 240b Reel 2b Community Action Assembly-NUL 1983, 9-10 Dec 1964, 2 Reels



Box 240a Reel 3 NUL Equal Opportunity Day Dinner, 18 November 1965, 2 Reels

(Reel 1 includes Whitney M. Young, Jr. address)


Box 240a Reel 4 NUL Black Students Conference. Round table discussion, 16-20 June 1967, 2 Reels

(Young participant on both reels)


Box 240a Reel 5 NUL Black Students Conference. Participants reactions to the Conference., 19 June 1967


Box 240a Reel 6 NUL Black Students Conference. Interview with Ronald Brown, 19 June 1967


National Urban League 58th Annual Conference:



Box 241 Reel 1 Opening Session. Principal speaker: Whitney M. Young, Jr., 29 July 1968

(Note: Side 2 of this reel is the Council of Urban League Guilds Luncheon. Principal speaker: Dr. Margaret Walker Alexander)


Box 241 Reel 1a Morning Session, 29 July 1968

(1983 gift)


Box 241 Reel 2 Council of Urban League Guilds Luncheon. Entire program., 29 July 1968



Flat Box 440 Council of Urban League Guilds Luncheon. Principal speaker: Dr. Margaret Walker Alexander, 1968 July 29, 1 open reel audiotape



Box 241 Reel 3 Satellite Workshop "A": Family and Individual Services, 29 July 1968


Box 241 Reel 4 Satellite Workshop "B": Housing, 29 July 1968


Box 241 Reel 5 Satellite Workshop "C": Education, 29 July 1968


Box 241 Reel 6 Satellite Workshop ''D": Economic Developement and Employment, 29 July 1968


Box 241 Reel 7 Commerce and Industry Luncheon. Principal speakers, 30 July 1968


Box 241 Reel 8 Commerce and Industry Luncheon. Incomplete program, 30 July 1968


Box 241 Reel 9 NUL Boards Dinner. Principal speaker, 30 July 1968


Box 241 Reel 10 General Session: The Police and the Black Community, 30 July 1968


Box 241 Reel 11 Workshop ''A": The Police and the Black Community, 30 July 1968


Box 241 Reel 12 Workshop "B": The Police and the Black Community, 30 July 1968



Box 242 Reel 1 Workshop "C": The Police and the Black Community, 30 July 1968


Box 242 Reel 2 Workshop ''D": The Police and the Black Community, 30 July 1968


Box 242 Reel 3 Summary and Wrap-up The Police and the Black Community, 30 July 1968


Box 242 Reel 4 Presidential Dinner. Principal speaker, 31 July 1968


Box 242 Reel 4a Presidential Dinner speech by James Linen, 31 July 1968


Box 242 Reel 4b Speech by Whitney Young, 31 July 1968

(1983 gift)


Box 242 Reel 5 National Urban League Dinner, 1968 and 1969, 19 November 1968, 4 Reels

(reel 3 includes speech of Whitney M, Young, Jr.)


Box 242 Reel 6 Floating Faculty Workshop, 17 January 1968, 2 Reels

(reel 2 includes remarks by Whitney M, Young, Jr.)


Subseries VII.6: Miscellaneous



Box 243 Reel 1 Personnel Management lectures C. Hartwell and Claude Foulkes, IBM.


Box 243 Reel 2 Public service announcement for NUL, Brock Peters,


Box 243 Reel 2a Public service announcements for NUL Brock Peters.


Box 243 Reel 3 "Hate is a Wrong Way Street" A one hour documentary editorial. WINS Radio 1010., 2 Reels


Box 243 Reel 4 Personnel Management lecture, Robert Gudger, American Airlines 13 February 1969


Box 243 Reel 4 Personnel Management lecture, Mr Gudger, 14 February 1969


Box 243 Reel 4 Personnel Management lecture, Reginald Durden, Western Electric, 19 February 1969


Box 243 Reel 5 Personnel management lecture, Robert Taylor, Mobil Oil Corp, 3 March 1969


Box 243 Reel 6 Personnel Management lecture, Mr. Herger. JC Penny, 3 April 1969


Box 243 Reel 7 American Personnel and Guidance Association, Las Vegas Convention. Kenneth B. Hoyt, 3 April 1969


Box 243 Reel 8 American Personnel and Guidance Association, Las Vegas Conference, o. Meredith Wilson speech, 3 April 1969



Box 244 Reel 1 Discussion of the Standard Oil minority youth employment program in the San Francisco Bay area


Box 244 Reel 2 Douglas Drake audition newscast. Dayton, Ohio


Box 244 Reel 3 Personnel Management lecture


Box 244 Reel 4 Personnel Management lecture. Lawrence Perry


Box 244 Reel 5 Personnel Management lectures. Reginald Durden Randall Coppin (reel not included)


Box 244 Reel 6 Speech of Martin Luther King, Jr. Delivered at Emancipation Day Program in Atlanta, Ga., Big Bethel, 1 January 1957


Box 244 Reel 7 Bayard Rustin-Dore Schary Testimonial, Washington, D.C., 19 April 1969


Box 244 Reel 8 Dedication Ceremony - W.M. Young, Jr. Comm. Health Center, 11 July 1971