Kenneth Clark: Thirty Years After: Anticipated and Unanticipated Consequences (May 2, 1984)

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Kenneth Clark: Thirty Years After: Anticipated and Unanticipated Consequences (May 2, 1984)

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Kenneth Clark

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Download Typed transcript of keynote address by Kenneth Clark. (6.6 MB)

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Kenneth Clark, the social psychologist whose research was used to support the NAACP Legal Defense Fund's position in the famous Brown vs. Board of Education of Topeka, Kansas case in 1954, was the keynote speaker when Rhode Island College commemorated the historic U.S. Supreme Court action May 2 and 3, 1984. The 30th anniversary of the case was commemorated with observed during a two day conference which included key figures from the desegregation and civil rights movement.

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Peter P. Tobia

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Photographer

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Rita Clark-Chambers

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Opening Remarks

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David E. Sweet

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Opening Remarks

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Willard F. Enteman

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Introduction

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Keynote Speaker

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This audio recording has been extracted from a longer audio recording. It is has been digitized from the 1/4" open reel tape identified 19840502-R326. The digital object derived from the source media is identified as 19840502-R326-01-01, which represents this as being from the first side (01) of the original media, and containing the first event recorded on the media (01).

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30 Years After: Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka

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Typed transcript of keynote address by Kenneth Clark.

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Kenneth Clark: Thirty Years After: Anticipated and Unanticipated Consequences (May 2, 1984)

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