ٻ Maps Play YouTube Gmail ÿ »
ŧк
˹ѧ ˹ѧ
" 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 ˹
ҧǹͧ˹ѧ - ǡѺ˹ѧ

The Press in Times of Crisis

Lloyd Chiasson - 1995 - 255 ˹
...complained that American news media 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...
ҧǹͧ˹ѧ - ǡѺ˹ѧ

Struggles for Representation: African American Documentary Film and Video

Phyllis Rauch Klotman, Janet K. Cutler, Indiana University Press - 1999 - 483 ˹
...grievance."8 The Kerner Commission's mandate was twofold: to communicate to the majority white audience "a sense of the degradation, misery, and hopelessness of living in the ghetto" and to show "understanding or appreciation of ... a sense of Negro culture, thought, or history."4...
ҧǹͧ˹ѧ - ǡѺ˹ѧ

American Cultures: Readings in Social and Cultural History

Al Smith - 2007 - 462 ˹
...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...
ҧǹͧ˹ѧ - ǡѺ˹ѧ

Federal Communications Commission Reports: Decisions, Reports, and Orders of ...

United States. Federal Communications Commission - 1970
...communications media, ironically, have failed to communicate. . . . They have not couuntmicated 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,...

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...




  1. ѧͧѹ
  2. ä˹ѧ͢٧