Broadcasting freedom : radio, war, and the politics of race, 1938-1948 / Barbara Dianne Savage.
The World War II era represented the golden age of radio as a broadcast medium in the United States; it also witnessed a rise in African American activism against racial segregation and discrimination, especially as practiced by the federal government itself. In Broadcasting Freedom, Barbara Savage links these cultural and political forces by showing how African American activists, public officials, intellectuals, and artists sought to access and use radio to influence a national debate about racial inequality.
- The John Hope Franklin series in African American history & culture
John Hope Franklin series in African American history and culture.
- Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, 1999
- United States
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