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'For My People': An Afrocentric Analysis, 1995

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Title 'For My People': An Afrocentric Analysis
Date 1995
Material Type Presentation
Creator/Author Tait, Alice A., Deptartment of Journalism
Additional Contributors Winkfield, Julie, Michigan State University
Publisher The Michigan Academy of Science, Arts & Letters
Copyright Copyright 1995 by The Michigan Academy of of Science, Arts & Letters. In accordance with Title 17 of the United States Code, Copyright Law of the United States of America, this material is copyrighted, and any further reproduction or distribution is prohibited without the permission of the copyright owner.
Subject For My People (Televison program); African Americans on television; Television talk shows;
Description Abstract of paper presented at the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts & Letters 1995 Annual Meeting. This paper examines public affairs programming dedicated to informing African Americans, specifically a public affairs talk show called For My People.
Source Tait, A. A. & Winkfield, J., "'For My People': An Afrocentric Analysis." (Abstract) Michigan Academician. 27:3 (May 1995) 249.
Language English
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