Commission on Negro History and Culture: Hearing Before the Special Subcommittee on Arts and Humanities...90-2, on S. 2979, July 23, 1968

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˹ 179 - If the Commission shall determine, after such investigation, that there is reasonable cause to believe that the charge is true, the Commission shall endeavor to eliminate any such alleged unlawful employment practice by informal methods of conference, conciliation, and persuasion.
˹ 119 - Soldiers! From the shores of Mobile I collected you to arms; I invited you to share in the perils and to divide the glory of your white countrymen. I expected much from you, for I was not uninformed of those qualities which must render you so formidable to an invading foe. I knew that you could endure hunger and thirst and all the hardships of war. I knew that you loved the land of your nativity, and that, like ourselves, you had to defend all that is most dear to man. But you surpass my hopes. I...
˹ 184 - Important segments of the media failed to report adequately on the causes and consequences of civil disorders and on the underlying problems of race relations. They have not communicated to the majority of their audience which is white a sense of the degradation, misery and hopelessness of life in the ghetto.
˹ 15 - Tennessee as wilderness areas, and for other purposes, having considered the same, report favorably thereon with an amendment and recommend that the bill as amended do pass. The amendment is as follows: Page 1, line 3, strike all after the enacting clause and insert the following: SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE. This Act may be cited as the Tennessee Wilderness Act of 1986".
˹ 67 - They have not communicated to the majority of their audience which is white a sense of the degradation, misery, and hopelessness of living in the ghetto. They have not communicated to whites a feeling for the difficulties and frustrations of being a Negro in the United States. They have not shown understanding or appreciation of and thus have not communicated a sense of Negro culture, thought, or history.
˹ 110 - The election of 1912 highlighted the plight of the Negro. Northern Negroes who were permitted to vote could select the regular Republican ticket, which was a vote for Taft, the man who in the preceding four years had demonstrated his inability to cope with their problems. They could cast their...
˹ 110 - As for Sambo, whose wrongs moved the abolitionists to wrath and tears, there is some reason to believe that he suffered less than any other class in the South from its "peculiar institution.
˹ 119 - To THE MEN OF COLOR Soldiers ! From the shores of Mobile I collected you to arms; I invited you to share in the perils and to divide the glory of your white countrymen. I expected much from you, for I was not uninformed of those qualities which must render you so formidable to an invading foe.
˹ 182 - Because of the enormous impact which television and radio have upon American life, the employment practices of the broadcasting industry have an importance greater than that suggested by the number of its employees. The provision of equal opportunity in employment in that industry could therefore contribute significantly toward reducing and ending discrimination in other industries/ Each reluctant step was opposed by the industry.
˹ 181 - A broadcaster seeks and is granted the free and exclusive use of a limited and valuable part of the public domain; when he accepts that franchise it is burdened by enforceable public obligations.

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