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" 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. "
Revolution Televised: Prime Time and THe Struggle for Black Power - ˹ 40
Christine Acham - 238 ˹
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Report of the National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders

United States. National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders, United States. Kerner Commission - 1968 - 425 ˹
...the communications media, ironically, have failed to communicate. They have not communicated to the majority of their audience which is white ...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...

Commission on Negro History and Culture: Hearing Before the Special ...

United States. Congress. Senate. Labor and Public Welfare - 1968 - 197 ˹
...problems and to bring more Negroes into journalism . . . They (the press) have not communicated to the majority of their audience which is white ...and hopelessness of living in the ghetto. They have 68 not communicated to whites a feeling for the difficulties and frustrations of being a Negro in the...

Report

United States. National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders - 1968 - 425 ˹
...civil disorders and on the underlying problems of race relations. They have not communicated to the majority of their audience which is white ...sense of the degradation, misery, and hopelessness of life in the ghetto. These failings must be corrected, and the improvement must come from within the...

Amend Communications Act of 1934, Hearings Before the Communications ...

United States. Congress. Senate. Commerce - 1969
...civil disorders and on the underlying problem of race relations. They have not communicated to the majority of their audience which is white ...sense of the degradation, misery, and hopelessness of life in the ghetto." On occasion Negroes have made specific complaints against the media: that Negroes...

Amend Communications Act of 1934: Hearings, Ninety-first Congress, First ...

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Commerce. Subcommittee on Communications - 1969 - 724 ˹
...civil disorders and on the underlying problem of race relations. They have not communicated to the majority of their audience which is white ...sense of the degradation, misery, and hopelessness of life in the ghetto." On occasion Negroes have made specific complaints against the media: that Negroes...

Federal Communications Commission Reports. V. 1-45, 1934/35-1962/64; 2d Ser ...

United States. Federal Communications Commission - 1970
...[T]he communications media, ironically, have failed to communicate. They have not communicated to the majority of their audience which is white ...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...

Federal Communications Commission Reports. V. 1-45, 1934/35-1962/64; 2d Ser ...

United States. Federal Communications Commission - 1971
...communications media, ironically, have failed to communicate. . . . They have not communicated to the majority of their audience which is white ...hopelessness of living in the ghetto. . . . They have not shown understanding or appreciation of and thus have not communicated a sense of Negro culture,...

Federal Civil Rights Enforcement Effort: A Report of the United States ...

United States Commission on Civil Rights - 1971 - 400 ˹
...communications media had "not communicated" to the majority of their audience which is majority group a sense of the degradation, misery, and hopelessness of living in the ghetto.00 Greater representation in these important communications industries of people who are familiar...

Federal Civil Rights Enforcement Effort: A Report

United States Commission on Civil Rights - 1971 - 400 ˹
...communications media had "not communicated" to the majority of their audience which is majority group a sense of the degradation, misery, and hopelessness of living in the ghetto.60 Greater representation in these important communications industries of people who are familiar...

Responsibilities of the Federal Power Commission in the Area of Civil Rights ...

1972 - 206 ˹
...Civil Disorders p 210 ) Thus, the report states that the media "* * * have not communicated to the majority of their audience which is white a...ghetto They have not communicated to whites a feeling for the difficulties and frustra tions of being a Negro in the United States. They have not shown understanding...




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