The Negro and the American Promise
Mon Jan 20
Time Out says
Posted: Mon Jan 13 2014
See a slice of civil-rights history when the Moving Image screens a public-television special that first aired on Boston’s WGBH station in June 1963, just two months before Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his “I Have a Dream” speech. In it, the future Nobel Peace Prize winner, Malcolm X and novelist James Baldwin discuss their (at times) opposing views on racial integration and other hot-button issues of the day.