Collection Number: 70092

Collection Title: Media and the Movement Project Collection of Black-Owned Radio Station Broadcasts, 1969-1978

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Size .5 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 500 items)
Abstract The Media and the Movement Collection contains audio recordings, 1969-1978, and supporting documentation related to Black-owned community radio stations across the American South. Materials correspond to "Media and the Movement: Journalism, Civil Rights, and Black Power in the American South," an oral history project from 2011-2015 based at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's Southern Oral History Program and funded by the North Carolina Humanities Council and National Endowment for the Humanities. Seth Kotch, a white Associate Professor and historian in UNC's Department of American Studies, and Joshua Clark Davis (position: Assistant Professor of History, University of Baltimore; race: white) directed the project, which aims to understand the media and activism ecosystem of the American South during the civil rights movement of the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s through oral history work and by digitizing rare and endangered sound recordings from Black-owned radio stations across the southern and eastern United States. The collection contains the radio broadcasts compiled by the Media and the Movement Project's team of researchers, which consist mostly of analog open reel and digitized radio broadcasts from WAFR (Durham, N.C.), in addition to digitized radio broadcasts from WVSP (Warrenton, N.C.), WRFG (Atlanta, Ga.), and WBAI (New York, N.Y.). Material was donated by Obataiye Akinwole, a Black radio host and staff member at WAFR, Jereann King Johnson of WVSP, and Valeria Lee, also of WVSP. With the exception of the analog open reel radio broadcasts from WAFR compiled and donated by Obataiye Akinwole, the Media and the Movement Project's team of researchers borrowed, digitized, and then returned original recordings to their owners. Analog and digitized radio broadcasts found in the collection contain interviews, recorded speeches and lectures, educational programs, local news, music, and other segments with a focus on African American music and programming. Of particular note are interviews and appearances by Bobby Seale, Floyd McKissick, Yusuf Salim, Joan Little, Dr. Benjamin Mays, Ben Ruffin, Maynard Jackson, Anne Braden, Alice Balance, Algia Mae Hinton, and Guitar Slim, among others. Other programs discuss the role of African Americans in the development of the United States, music and poetry, the Vietnam War, health, the history of Kwanzaa, and a variety of social issues, such as incarceration and suicide among Black women. The collection also contains supporting documentation, including digital tape logs of the digitized radio broadcasts prepared by the grant project team, as well as loose papers found with the analog open reel radio broadcasts from WAFR.
Creator Media and the Movement (Project)
Language English
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Restrictions to Access
Access to audio materials may require production of listening copies.
This collection contains digital listening copies that are accessible only on the campus of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill or through authentication with an ONYEN. Select audio recordings containing commercial music are accessible only on the UNC campus.
Copyright Notice
Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.
Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], in the Media and the Movement Project Collection of Black-Owned Radio Station Broadcasts #70092, Southern Historical Collection, The Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Acquisitions Information
Digitized broadcasts received from Seth Kotch and the Southern Oral History Program in September 2020 (Acc. 20200901.1); Analog open reel WAFR broadcasts received from Obataiye Akinwole in September 2020 (Acc. 20200901.2).
Sensitive Materials Statement
Manuscript collections and archival records may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal or state right to privacy laws and regulations, the North Carolina Public Records Act (N.C.G.S. § 132 1 et seq.), and Article 7 of the North Carolina State Personnel Act (Privacy of State Employee Personnel Records, N.C.G.S. § 126-22 et seq.). Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in this collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications (e.g., a cause of action under common law for invasion of privacy may arise if facts concerning an individual's private life are published that would be deemed highly offensive to a reasonable person) for which the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill assumes no responsibility.
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"Media and the Movement: Journalism, Civil Rights, and Black Power in the American South" was an oral history project from 2011-2015 based at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's Southern Oral History Program and funded by the North Carolina Humanities Council and National Endowment for the Humanities. The project was directed by Joshua Clark Davis, a former Thompson Postdoctoral Fellow at Duke University who is now an Assistant Professor of History at the University of Baltimore , and Seth Kotch, Associate Professor of digital humanities at UNC and as of 2020, director of the Southern Oral History Program, in collaboration with Charmaine McKissick-Melton, Ph.D., Associate Professor and Chair, Department of Mass Communication at North Carolina Central University; Jerry Gershenhorn, Professor of History at North Carolina Central University; Jacquelyn Dowd Hall, Spruill Professor of History at the University of North Carolina; Joey Fink of UNC; Gordon Mantler of Georgetown University; Holly Smith of Spelman College; and Nicole Campbell of WUNC 91.5 North Carolina Public Radio and producer for The State of Things. The project aims to understand the media and activism ecosystem of the American South during the civil rights movement of the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s. The project hoped to document North Carolina's many Black civil rights activists who thrived as journalists and broadcasters in independent and non-commercial media by conducting oral histories and digitizing rare and endangered sound recordings from stations like WAFR (Durham, N.C.) and WVSP (Warrenton, N.C.) and making them available to the public online through the project's website, http://mediaandthemovement.unc.edu, as well as through the Media and the Movement Collection #70092 and the Southern Oral History Program Collection, Series U #04007.

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The Media and the Movement Collection contains audio recordings, 1969-1978, and supporting documentation related to Black-owned community radio stations across the American South. Materials correspond to "Media and the Movement: Journalism, Civil Rights, and Black Power in the American South," an oral history project from 2011-2015 based at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's Southern Oral History Program and funded by the North Carolina Humanities Council and National Endowment for the Humanities. The Media and the Movement Project's team of researchers compiled the materials, which consist mostly of analog 1/4" open reel and digitized radio broadcasts from WAFR (Durham, N.C.), in addition to digitized radio broadcasts from WVSP (Warrenton, N.C.), WRFG (Atlanta, Ga.), and WBAI (New York, N.Y.). Material was donated by Obataiye Akinwole, a Black radio host and staff member at WAFR, Jereann King Johnson of WVSP, and Valeria Lee, also of WVSP. With the exception of the analog open reel radio broadcasts from WAFR compiled and donated by Obataiye Akinwole, the Media and the Movement Project's team of researchers borrowed, digitized, and then returned original recordings to their owners; analog WAFR materials reside in the Southern Historical Collection. Analog and digitized radio broadcasts found in the collection contain interviews, recorded speeches and lectures, educational programs, local news, music, and other segments with a focus on African American music and programming. Of particular note are interviews and appearances by Bobby Seale, Floyd McKissick, Yusuf Salim, Joan Little, Dr. Benjamin Mays, Ben Ruffin, Maynard Jackson, Anne Braden, Alice Balance, Algia Mae Hinton, and Guitar Slim, among others. Other programs discuss the role of African Americans in the development of the United States, music and poetry, the Vietnam War, health, the history of Kwanzaa, and a variety of social issues, such as incarceration and suicide among Black women.

The collection also contains supporting documentation, including digital tape logs of the digitized radio broadcasts prepared by the grant project team, as well as loose papers found with the analog open reel radio broadcasts from WAFR. Tape logs may include information on the station, guests, hosts, date, and length, as well as suggested keywords, comments, and a detailed tape index.

Audio recordings are arranged alphabetically by groupings identified by the Media and the Movement Project team and processing archivists: local programming (T-70092/1-144), music programming (T-70092/145-170), outside programming (T-70092/171-207), and unidentified recordings (T-70092/208-226). Please note that the oral histories conduced in 2011-2015 as part of "Media and the Movement: Journalism, Civil Rights, and Black Power in the American South" project reside in the Southern Oral History Program Collection, Series U #04007U.

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About 250 items.

Arrangement: Digital tape logs listed first followed by loose papers and photographic materials, which are arranged by their corresponding analog audio recording.

Processing information: Titles provided by processing archivist. Titles for loose papers found with analog recordings include the corresponding call number ("T-70092/59" for example) of the analog recording they were found with.

Supporting documentation consists mostly of digital tape logs prepared by the Media and the Movement grant project team. The series also includes loose papers and photographic slides found with the analog audio recordings.

Digital Folder DF-70092/29

Media and the Movement Broadcast Logs #70092, Series: "1. Supporting Documentation, 2019-2020." DF-70092/29

235 digital files

Digital tape logs prepared by the Media and the Movement grant project team. Tape logs may include information on the station, guests, hosts, date, and length, as well as suggested keywords, comments, and a detailed tape index.

Processing information: Tape logs can be cross-referenced with their corresponding audio recording by original tape number ("SOHP0158" for example). Tape logs are arranged by their original tape number.

Folder 1

Tape log (T-70092/59) #70092, Series: "1. Supporting Documentation, 2019-2020." Folder 1

Folder 2

Unit '76 dinner program (T-70092/64) #70092, Series: "1. Supporting Documentation, 2019-2020." Folder 2

Folder 3

Tape log (T-70092/84) #70092, Series: "1. Supporting Documentation, 2019-2020." Folder 3

Folder 4

"The Road to Freedom" flyer (T-70092/104) #70092, Series: "1. Supporting Documentation, 2019-2020." Folder 4

Folder 5

Tape log (T-70092/133) #70092, Series: "1. Supporting Documentation, 2019-2020." Folder 5

Folder 6

Tape log (T-70092/136) #70092, Series: "1. Supporting Documentation, 2019-2020." Folder 6

Folder 7

"The Bicentennial" program(T-70092/183) #70092, Series: "1. Supporting Documentation, 2019-2020." Folder 7

Image Folder 1

Buckhorn Quarters 35mm slides #70092, Series: "1. Supporting Documentation, 2019-2020." 1

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165 items.

Arrangement: By station and then alphabetical by title or subject's last name.

Processing information: Titles compiled from original containers and inventories provided by the Media and the Movement project research team. Original SOHP (Southern Oral History Project) numbers are listed when known. When appropriate, the processing archivist also provided additional description from the Media and the Movement project team's inventory - this may include host and guest names and/or a brief description of the broadcast program.

Local programming produced by WAFR (Durham, N.C.), WRFG (Atlanta, Ga.), and WVSP (Warrenton, N.C.), with the majority being produced by WAFR. Programs consist of interviews, recorded speeches and lectures, educational programs, local news, music, and other segments with a focus on African American music and programming. Of particular note are interviews and appearances by Bobby Seale, Floyd McKissick, Yusuf Salim, Joan Little, Dr. Benjamin Mays, Ben Ruffin, Maynard Jackson, Anne Braden, Alice Balance, Algia Mae Hinton, and Guitar Slim, among others. Other programs discuss the role of African Americans in the development of the United States, music and poetry, the Vietnam War, health, the history of Kwanzaa, and a variety of social issues, such as incarceration and suicide among Black women. Recordings are on 1/4" open reel audio and digital files.

Audiotape T-70092/1

WAFR: "African Speech" #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/1

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0065

Description from inventory: Unknown speaker lectures on Black immigrants to the United States.

Audiotape T-70092/2

WAFR: Dr. Yosef Ben-Jochannan, "African American Contribution to Western Civilization", North Carolina Central University, circa 1974 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/2

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0031

Description from inventory: Talk by Dr. Yosef Ben-Jochannan at NCCU, c. 1974, Host - Dr. Earl Thorpe, Guest - Dr. Yosef Ben-Jochannan.

Audiotape T-70092/3

WAFR: Dr. Yosef Ben-Jochannan, "African American Contribution to Western Civilization", North Carolina Central University, 26 October 1975 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/3

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0240

Description from inventory: Speech by Dr. Yusef Ben-Jochannan at NCCU in 1975.

Audiotape T-70092/4

WAFR: Black Rhapsody, circa 1970s #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/4

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0158

Description from inventory: Host - Ed Robinson; Ed Robinson on Black history and heritage.

Audiotape T-70092/5

WAFR: Black Seeds: Angela Davis and Helen Othow Interview, 1974 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/5

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0257

Description from inventory: Host - Julius Blakely, Guests - Angela Davis and Helen Othow; Julius Blakely interviews Angela Davis and Helen Othow.

Audiotape T-70092/6

WAFR: Black Seeds: "Gramma's Hands" #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/6

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0095

Description from inventory: Host - Jamie Brunson and Jamie Elliott, Guests - Ms. Gooch and Ms. Newby; episode focusing on Black grandmothers and Black elders. Weekly program produced by and for high school students at Durham schools.

Audiotape T-70092/7

WAFR: Black Seeds: "What's Happening in the Schools?" #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/7

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0096

Description from inventory: Host - Jamie Brunson, Guests - Patricia Davis, Chester Burbous, Joseph Martin, Thomas Divine, Mike Langley, Katherine Rogers; episode focusing on problems with Durham schools. Weekly program produced by and for high school students in Durham.

Audiotape T-70092/8

WAFR: "The Black Soldier: A Hero/Fool" #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/8

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0066

Description from inventory: Lecture by Robert Harvey of NCCU on Black soldiers.

Audiotape T-70092/9

WAFR: "The Blue Ridge Strike: Down With Levis" #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/9

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0174

Description from inventory: Host - Mike O'Dell and Harlan Joye; Program about the Levi Strauss & Co. strike in Blue Ridge, Ga. in 1966; includes interviews by Harlan Joye with strikers.

Audiotape T-70092/10

WAFR: Tony Brown Speech, 21 February 1974: tape 1 of 2 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/10

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0093A

Description from inventory: Tony Brown speech to N.C. crowd, part 1 of 2; Speech focuses on the role of media in creating systems of value.

Audiotape T-70092/11

WAFR: Tony Brown Speech, 21 February 1974: tape 2 of 2 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/11

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0093B

Description from inventory: Tony Brown speech to N.C. crowd, part 2 of 2; Picks up from T-70092/10 with question and answer session continued from Side A, Tony Brown makes final remarks and discusses future of Black Journal.

Audiotape T-70092/12

WAFR: William Burford, "The Statement of These Writers: The Urban Black Experience and James Baldwin" #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/12

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0026

Description from inventory: Focus on the urban Black experience citing James Baldwin's Another Country.

Audiotape T-70092/13

WAFR: Camera Talk, "How To Make Good Black and White Photo Prints" #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/13

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0183

Description from inventory: Host - Mike Tatum, Guests - Chris Holberg, Gary Shrivers, Paul Maloni; Program designed to make audience more aware of photography.

Audiotape T-70092/14

WAFR: Campus Spotlight: Livingstone College #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/14

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0184

Audiotape T-70092/15

WAFR: Cell Block Show, "Inside Women's Prison", Raleigh N.C. #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/15

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0042

Description from inventory: Host - Charity Hedgepeth, Guests - Patty Jones and Christy Petersen; Program on North Carolina Women's Prison in Raleigh, N.C.

Audiotape T-70092/16

WAFR: Cell Block Show, "Interview at Caledonia Prison", Tillery, N.C., circa 1970s #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/16

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0195

Description from inventory: Host - Charity Hedgepeth, Guests - John Mac Williams and Leroux Sherman; Interview with two men in prison at Caledonia State Prison in Tillery, Halifax County, N.C.

Audiotape T-70092/17

WAFR: Childrens Radio Workshop: Episode 1, "A Salute to Toni Cade Bambara" #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/17

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0075

Description from inventory: Host - Karen Bright; featuring stories adapted from Toni Cade Bambara's "Tales and Stories for Black Folks.".

Audiotape T-70092/18

WAFR: Childrens Radio Workshop: Episode 2, "A Choice of Colors" #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/18

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0022

Description from inventory: Host - Brother Thomas Jones.

Audiotape T-70092/19

WAFR: Childrens Radio Workshop: Episode 3, "Respect Yourself" #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/19

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0082

Description from inventory: Episode on Black leaders and historical figures.

Audiotape T-70092/20

WAFR: Childrens Radio Workshop: Episode 5, "Living In Blackness" #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/20

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0021

Description from inventory: Host - Karen Bright; episode focusing on Africa, slavery, civil rights, Black heritage and excellence.

Audiotape T-70092/21

WAFR: Childrens Radio Workshop: Episode 6, "Black is Us the Beautiful People" #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/21

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0076

Description from inventory: Host - Sister Darlene Wall; episode featuring stories adapted from Toni Cade Bambara's "Tales and Stories for Black Folks." Features Black nursery rhymes by Grace Harmon and Kwame McDonald's "Black Is Us.".

Audiotape T-70092/22

WAFR: Childrens Radio Workshop: Episode 8, "Freedom" #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/22

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0161

Description from inventory: Host - Brother Thomas Jones; episode featuring songs and poems on freedom.

Audiotape T-70092/23

WAFR: Childrens Radio Workshop: Episode 9, "Respect Yourself" #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/23

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0082

Description from inventory: Host - Brother Thomas Jones; episode on Black leaders and historical figures.

Audiotape T-70092/24

WAFR: Childrens Radio Workshop: Episode 10, "Our Black Alphabet, Part 1" #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/24

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Audiotape T-70092/25

WAFR: Childrens Radio Workshop: "For My People: A Salute to Margaret Walker" #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/25

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0062

Audiotape T-70092/26

WAFR: Childrens Radio Workshop: "For My People: A Salute to Margaret Walker"; Childrens Radio Workshop, "Respect Yourself"; Childrens Radio Workshop, "A Choice of Colors"; Childrens Radio Workshop, "Our Black World" #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/26

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0094

Description from inventory: Four entire episodes of Children's Radio Workshop: "For My People/A Salute to Margaret Walker" (repeat of SOHP0062); "Respect Yourself" (repeat of SOHP0082); "A Choice of Colors" (repeat of SOHP0022); "Our Black World" (not a duplicate).

Audiotape T-70092/27

WAFR: Citizens Comment on Bus Service in Durham #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/27

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0059

Description from inventory: WAFR short interviews about Durham bus service.

Audiotape T-70092/28

WAFR: Community Radio Workshop Board Meeting, 19 August 1974 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/28

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0071

Description from inventory: Host - Robert Spruill; recording of 1974 board meeting of Children's Radio Workshop. Robert Spruill, president of WAFR leads the meeting.

Audiotape T-70092/29

WAFR: Congressman Walter Fontrigy, "Moral Crisis of American Politics", April 1974 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/29

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0036

Description from inventory: Lecture by Congressman Walter Fauntroy at NCCU.

Audiotape T-70092/30

WAFR: Consumer Action Program: "Bounced Checks" #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/30

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0220

Description from inventory: Host - Bernadette Watts, economist from the agricultural extension service discusses what to do when you bounce a check.

Audiotape T-70092/31

WAFR: Consumer Action Program: "Durham Food Stamp Program" #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/31

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0028

Description from inventory: Host - Bernadette Wattes, Guests - Annette Benson, Betty Robinson.

Audiotape T-70092/32

WAFR: Reverend Philip Cousin, "Five Motifs of Black Religion", 1970 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/32

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0160

Description from inventory: Rev. Phillip Cousin delivers a sermon on religious institutions in the Black community.

Audiotape T-70092/33

WAFR: Reverend Philip Cousin, North Carolina Central University Founder's Day Speech, 3 November 1975 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/33

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0080

Description from inventory: Recording of Rev. Phillip R. Cousin's speech from NCCU's 28th Annual Founder's Day in 1975.

Audiotape T-70092/34

WAFR: Creeds, Harriet Quinn Interview, 25 January 1975 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/34

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0246

Description from inventory: Host - Lance Jeffers, Guest - Harriet Quinn; Creeds program interview with Roberta Botchwey, attorney and professor at NCCU.

Audiotape T-70092/35

WAFR: Creeds, Topper Carew Interview, 26 October 1975 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/35

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0239

Description from inventory: Host - Lance Jeffers, Guest - Topper Carew; Creeds program interview with Topper Carew, architect, musician, and film producer.

Audiotape T-70092/36

WAFR: Creeds: Dr. Earl Thorpe Interview, 30 October 1975 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/36

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0247

Description from inventory: Host - Lance Jeffers, Guest - Dr. Earl Thorpe; Creeds program interview with Dr. Earl Thorpe, historian.

Audiotape T-70092/37

WAFR: Creeds: Dr. Willie Kimmons Interview, 2 November 1975 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/37

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0188

Description from inventory: Host - Lance Jeffers, Guest - Dr. Willie Kimmons; Creeds episode featuring interview with Dr. Willie J. Kimmons, vice chancellor for student affairs at NCCU.

Audiotape T-70092/38

WAFR: Creeds: Roberta Botchwey Interview, 8 November 1975 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/38

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0245

Description from inventory: Host - Lance Jeffers, Guest - Roberta Botchwey; Creeds program interview with Roberta Botchwey, attorney and professor at NCCU.

Audiotape T-70092/39

WAFR: Creeds: Mayor Clarence Lightner Interview, 9 November 1975 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/39

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0186

Description from inventory: Host - Lance Jeffers, Guest - Mayor Clarence Lightner; Creeds episode featuring interviews with Raleigh Mayor Clarence Lightner.

Audiotape T-70092/40

WAFR: Creeds: Mayor Howard Lee Interview, 23 November 1975 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/40

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0243

Description from inventory: Host - Lance Jeffers, Guest - Mayor Howard Lee; Creeds program interview with Mayor Howard Lee of Chapel Hill, N.C.

Audiotape T-70092/41

WAFR: Creeds: Minister Kenneth X Interview, December 1975 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/41

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0187

Description from inventory: Host - Lance Jeffers, Guest - Minister Kenneth X.

Audiotape T-70092/42

WAFR: Creeds: Dr. Cecil Patterson, 1975 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/42

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0236

Description from inventory: Host - Lance Jeffers, Guest - Dr. Cecil Patterson; Creeds program interview with Dr. Cecil Patterson, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at NCCU.

Audiotape T-70092/43

WAFR: Creeds: Josephine Clement Interview, circa 1975 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/43

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0056

Description from inventory: Host - Lance Jeffers, Guest - Josephine Clement.

Audiotape T-70092/44

WAFR: Creeds: Carolyn Thornton Interview, 11 January 1976 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/44

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0190

Description from inventory: Host - Lance Jeffers, Guest - Carolyn Thornton; Creeds episode featuring interview with Carolyn Thornton, psychiatric social worker at Mental Health Center in Durham/Lincoln Community Health Center.

Audiotape T-70092/45

WAFR: Creeds: Charlie Jeffers Interview, 18 January 1976 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/45

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0192

Description from inventory: Host - Lance Jeffers, Guest - Mrs. Charlie Jeffers; Creeds episode featuring interview with Mrs. Charlie Jeffers, psychologist and guest lecturer at NCCU. Jeffers talks about the "self-concept".

Audiotape T-70092/46

WAFR: Creeds: William Kennedy III, 1 February 1976 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/46

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0237

Description from inventory: Host - Lance Jeffers, Guest - William J. Kennedy III; Creeds program interview with William J. Kennedy III, president of NC Mutual Life Insurance Company.

Audiotape T-70092/47

WAFR: Creeds: H. M. "Mickey" Michaux Jr. Interview, 15 February 1976 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/47

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0044

Description from inventory: Host - Lance Jeffers, Guest - H. M. "Mickey" Michaux Jr.

Audiotape T-70092/48

WAFR: Creeds: Mayor Howard Lee Interview, 16 November 1976 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/48

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0238

Description from inventory: Host - Lance Jeffers, Guest - Mayor Howard Lee; Creeds program interview with Mayor Howard Lee of Chapel Hill, N.C.

Audiotape T-70092/49

WAFR: Creeds: Ray Jenkins, 1976 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/49

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0251

Description from inventory: Host - Lance Jeffers, Guest - Ray Jenkins; Creeds program interview with Ray Jenkins, NCCU student and athlete preparing for Olympics in Montreal.

Audiotape T-70092/50

WAFR: Creeds: Howard Clements Interview #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/50

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0189

Description from inventory: Host - Lance Jeffers, Guest - Howard Clements; Creeds episode featuring interview with Howard Clement, chair of the Durham County Democratic Party and co-chairman of the education committee of Durham Committee on Affairs of Black People.

Audiotape T-70092/51

WAFR: Creeds: Dr. Phillip Cousin Interview #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/51

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0250

Description from inventory: Host - Lance Jeffers, Guest - Dr. Phillip Cousin; Creeds program interview with Dr. Phillip Cousin, pastor at St. Joseph's AME Church and chairman of Durham's Affairs of Black People.

Audiotape T-70092/52

WAFR: Creeds: Dr. William Mills Interview #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/52

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0196

Description from inventory: Host - Lance Jeffers, Guest - Dr. William Mills; Creeds program interview with Dr. William Mills, scientists and professor of biology at NCCU.

Audiotape T-70092/53

WAFR: Judge George Crockett, Duke Union; Marcia Gillespie, North Carolina Central University #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/53

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0102

Description from inventory: Judge George Crockett and Marcia Gillespie speak at NCCU.

Audiotape T-70092/54

WAFR: Ronald Dellums, Duke University #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/54

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0092

Description from inventory: Side A focuses on addressing students covering the Watergate fall-out, Side B focuses on inequities in the Black community and ends with a question and answer session with the audience .

Audiotape T-70092/55

WAFR: EPA Affirmative Action Conference: Dr. Samuel Proctor Speech, 1969 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/55

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0030

Description from inventory: Host - Dr. John Brushard, Guest - Dr. Samuel Proctor; Dr. Samuel Proctor Speaking at 1969 EPA Affirmative Action Conference.

Audiotape T-70092/56

WAFR: EPA Conference #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/56

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0159

Audiotape T-70092/57

WAFR: Food For Thought with Sister Camila Asalam #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/57

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0228

Description from inventory: Host - Camila Asalam; Program hosted by Sister Camilla Asalam that focuses on natural food and African recipes.

Audiotape T-70092/58

WAFR: Fourth Annual Durham Bimbe Promo #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/58

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0018

Description from inventory: Host - Carl Washington, Guest - John Huggins; Fourth Annual Durham Bimbe 1974 with Carl Washington.

Audiotape T-70092/59

WAFR: From Black: Black Beauty and Leadership; From Black: Holidays, Oppression, Youth Leadership #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/59

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0077

Description from inventory: Host - John Hudgins; From Black side A - Black beauty and leadership, From Black side B - holidays, oppression, youth leadership.

A tape log for this recording resides in Series 1.

Audiotape T-70092/60

WAFR: Marcia Gillispe, North Carolina Central University, 1974 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/60

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0252

Description from inventory: Essence editor-in-chief Marcia Gillespie speaking at NCCU in 1974; Question and answer session after the speech.

Digital Folder DF-70092/8

WAFR: Good Morning, Durham #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." DF-70092/8

1 digital file

Original number: SOHP0154

Description from inventory: Poetry & man reading, "Good Morning, Durham".

Audiotape T-70092/61

WAFR: Health Education Program #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/61

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0223

Description from inventory: Host - Doris [last name inaudible]; health education program about cardiovascular disease and heart issues.

Audiotape T-70092/62

WAFR: "I Am A Union Woman: The Story of Aunt Molly Jackson": tape 1 of 2 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/62

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0173

Description from inventory: Biographical information about Aunt Molly Jackson, featuring songs and interview clips with Jackson.

Audiotape T-70092/63

WAFR: "I Am A Union Woman: The Story of Aunt Molly Jackson": tape 2 of 2 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/63

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0173

Description from inventory: Host - Harlan Joye and Linda Carlson; Biographical information about Aunt Molly Jackson, featuring songs and interview clips with Jackson.

Digital Folder DF-70092/13

WAFR: Interview about sex work, Side A #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." DF-70092/13

1 digital file

Original number: SOHP0072A

Description from inventory: First part of an interview with a sex worker.

Digital Folder DF-70092/14

WAFR: Interview about sex work, Side B #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." DF-70092/14

1 digital file

Original number: SOHP0072B

Description from inventory: Second part of an interview with a sex worker

Audiotape T-70092/64

WAFR: Maynard Jackson, Durham County Democratic Party Dinner, 21 November 1975 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/64

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0019

Description from inventory: Durham County Democratic Party dinner with Maynard Jackson as keynote speaker.

A tape log for this recording resides in Series 1.

Audiotape T-70092/65

WAFR: Yvonne Jackson Interview Discussing African Drought #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/65

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0182

Description from inventory: Host - Bill Greer, Guest - Yvonne Jackson; Interview with Yvonne Jackson on drought and poverty work in Niger.

Audiotape T-70092/66

WAFR: Vernon Jordan, North Carolina Central University Commencement Speech, 1976 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/66

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0164

Description from inventory: Vernon Jordan Commencement Speech at NCCU, 1976.

Audiotape T-70092/67

WAFR: Joan Little Interview #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/67

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0200

Description from inventory: Host - Deborah Long, Guest - Joan Little; Interview with Joan Little by Deborah Long.

Audiotape T-70092/68

WAFR: Joan Little, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Student Union #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/68

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0029

Audiotape T-70092/69

WAFR: Local Politics and Black Youth; WAFR Pledge Drive, 1976 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/69

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0058

Audiotape T-70092/70

WAFR: The Making of a Nation: Episode 2, "Review of Franz Fanon's 'The Wretched of the Earth', Part 1" #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/70

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0050

Description from inventory: Host - Dr. Earl Thorpe.

Audiotape T-70092/71

WAFR: The Making of a Nation: Episode 3, "Review of Franz Fanon's 'The Wretched of the Earth', Part 2" #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/71

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0054

Description from inventory: Host - Dr. Earl Thorpe.

Audiotape T-70092/72

WAFR: The Making of a Nation: Episode 4, "Three Views of the Black Bourgeoisie, Part 1" #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/72

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0064

Description from inventory: The Making of a Nation #5: Part 1 of discussion of Black Bourgeois by E. Franklin Frazier; The Black Anglo-Saxons by Nathan Hare; and The Crisis of the Negro Intellectual by Harold Cruise.

Audiotape T-70092/73

WAFR: The Making of a Nation: Episode 5, "Three Views of the Black Bourgeoisie, Part 2" #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/73

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0063

Description from inventory: Host - Dr. Earl Thorpe; Part 2 of discussion of Black Bourgeois by E. Franklin Frazier, The Black Anglo-Saxons by Nathan Hare, and The Crisis of the Negro Intellectual by Harold Cruise.

Audiotape T-70092/74

WAFR: The Making of a Nation: Episode 6, "Pre-1865, Master-Slave Relationship, Part 1" #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/74

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0051

Description from inventory: Host - Dr. Earl Thorpe.

Audiotape T-70092/75

WAFR: The Making of a Nation: Episode 7, "Pre-1865, Master-Slave Relationship, Part 2" #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/75

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0083

Description from inventory: Host - Dr. Earl Thorpe.

Audiotape T-70092/76

WAFR: The Making of a Nation: Episode 8, "Pre-1865, Master-Slave Relationship, Part 3" #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/76

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0068

Description from inventory: Host - Dr. Earl Thorpe.

Audiotape T-70092/77

WAFR: The Making of a Nation: Episode 10, "Pre-1865, Master-Slave Relationship, Part 5", circa 1970s #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/77

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0055

Description from inventory: Host - Dr. Earl Thorpe.

Audiotape T-70092/78

WAFR: The Making of a Nation: Episode 11, "The Age of Booker T. Washington" #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/78

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0078

Description from inventory: Host - Dr. Earl Thorpe.

Audiotape T-70092/79

WAFR: The Making of a Nation: Episode 12, "Why Black History is Important" #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/79

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0171

Description from inventory: Host - Dr. Earl Thorpe.

Audiotape T-70092/80

WAFR: The Making of a Nation: Episode 13, "African Civilization" #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/80

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0023

Description from inventory: Host - Dr. Earl Thorpe.

Audiotape T-70092/81

WAFR: The Making of a Nation: Episode 14, "The Slave Trade and Its Aftermath, Part 1", 12 June 1972 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/81

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0027

Description from inventory: Host - Dr. Earl Thorpe.

Audiotape T-70092/82

WAFR: The Making of a Nation: Episode 15, "The Slave Trade and Its Aftermath, Part 2" #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/82

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0081

Description from inventory: Host - Dr. Earl Thorpe.

Audiotape T-70092/83

WAFR: The Making of a Nation: Episode 19, "The Overthrow of Reconstruction by Force and Fraud" #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/83

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0025

Description from inventory: Host - Dr. Earl Thorpe.

Audiotape T-70092/84

WAFR: The Making of a Nation: "Black History and Identity"; The Making of a Nation: "The Age of Booker T. Washington" #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/84

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0098

Description from inventory: Host - Dr. Earl Thorpe.

A tape log for this recording resides in Series 1.

Audiotape T-70092/85

WAFR: Dr. Clovis Maksoud, "Arab American Relations", Duke University, 21 March 1971 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/85

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0048

Description from inventory: Dr. Clovis Maksoud talk at Duke University on Arab American relations.

Audiotape T-70092/86

WAFR: Master Log: Stand Up Black Men #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/86

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0202

Description from inventory: WAFR promo where unidentified speakers talk about injustices happening to Black people; encourage Black men to protect Black women.

Audiotape T-70092/87

WAFR: Material on Kwanzaa #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/87

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Audiotape T-70092/88

WAFR: May Day #1 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/88

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0175

Description from inventory: Host - Harlan Joye and Linda Carlson; a program on the history of May Day and labor history, especially in the United States.

Audiotape T-70092/89

WAFR: Dr. Benjamin Mays, Duke University, 11 January 1976 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/89

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0020

Description from inventory: Recording of a talk by Dr. Benjamin Mays given at Duke University.

Audiotape T-70092/90

WAFR: Floyd McKissick, Union Baptist Church, 28 July 1974 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/90

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0033

Description from inventory: Floyd McKissick speaking at Union Baptist Church service in 1974.

Audiotape T-70092/91

WAFR: Floyd McKissick, North Carolina Central University Founder's Day Speech, 1974 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/91

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0079

Description from inventory: Host - Precious Jones, Guest - Floyd McKissick; Recording of Floyd McKissick speech from NCCU's 27th Annual Founder's Day in 1974.

Audiotape T-70092/92

WAFR: Montage of Materials and Interviews on Black History #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/92

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0090

Description from inventory: Guests - Robert Canon, Joanne Iwamoto, Curtis Powell, Isar Smith, Al Levinson.

Audiotape T-70092/93

WAFR: The Narrative of Black Experience, Reel 1 of 2 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/93

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0110

Description from inventory: Program on the history of enslavement in the United States through narration, poetry, singing.

Audiotape T-70092/94

WAFR: Nixon Tape, 11 August 1974 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/94

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0176

Description from inventory: Host - Harlan Joye; Program that includes mostly music, often topical or protest songs on President Nixon.

Audiotape T-70092/95

WAFR: Dr. Wade Nobles, Norfolk, Va., April 1978 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/95

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0167

Description from inventory: Lecture on Black psychology and sociology by Dr. Wade Nobles.

Audiotape T-70092/96

WAFR: North Carolina Central University Class Lecture on Writing For Radio; Rappin' Black, "Nature or Slavery" #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/96

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0049

Description from inventory: NCCU Class Lecture on Writing for Radio; Side A, Rapping Black: Nature or Slavery, voices in recording recite poetry.

Audiotape T-70092/97

WAFR: Panel Discussion of the Abraham Lincoln Myth, 12 February 1973 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/97

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0037

Description from inventory: Guests - Tom Debaco, Yvonne Jackson, Kenneth Barnard, Robert Bruce.

Audiotape T-70092/98

WAFR: People's Mic, "US Involvement in Angola" #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/98

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0219

Description from inventory: Program gives the community the opportunity to hear the opinions of their neighbors, friends, and other people who make up the entire community. Issues in this episode include American's involvement in Angola and the Angola Civil War.

Audiotape T-70092/99

WAFR: Poem and Valentine's Day #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/99

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0069

Description from inventory: Poetry readings and man-on-street interviews about Valentine's Day.

Audiotape T-70092/100

WAFR: Randy J. Promos #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/100

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0221

Description from inventory: Promos for DJ Randy J's disco radio show.

Audiotape T-70092/101

WAFR: Racism and Repress, Recording from 1974 March in Raleigh to End Death Penalty, Raleigh, N.C., 4 July 1974 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/101

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0241

Description from inventory: Guests - Larry Little, Bill Wallace, Imari Obadele, Ralph Abernathy, Clarence Lightner, Angela Davis; Various speakers at 1974 march in Raleigh to end the death penalty in the United States.

Audiotape T-70092/102

WAFR: Rappin' Black: "Happening in the City", 31 March 1974 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/102

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0104

Description from inventory: Host - Alamisi, Guests - Ralph Barnett [sp], Yakimi [sp], Wade [sp], Nkosi Ajanako [sp], Ama Ajanako [sp]; roundtable discussion with several panelists.

Audiotape T-70092/103

WAFR: Rip-Off, 1976 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/103

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0222

Description from inventory: Rip-Off is program that delivers information in three series on mass media, advertisement, and how it affects the Black consumer. This episode focuses on commercial television.

Audiotape T-70092/104

WAFR: The Road to Freedom #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/104

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0179

Description from inventory: Choral gospel music.

A tape log for this recording resides in Series 1.

Audiotape T-70092/105

WAFR: The Road to Freedom #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/105

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Audiotape T-70092/106

WAFR: Roses and Revolution #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/106

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0180

Description from inventory: Program on Christians and history.

Audiotape T-70092/107

WAFR: Roses and Revolution, Delta Sigma Theta #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/107

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Audiotape T-70092/108

WAFR: Round 'Bout Town: Ron Flemming Interview #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/108

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0052

Description from inventory: Host - Robert Harvey, Guest - Ron Flemming; Sister Terri Jeffers Interview, Side A. Focuses on Black feminism, genocide, sterilization, Ron Flemming Interview, Side B.

Audiotape T-70092/109

WAFR: Round 'Bout Town: Penny Hedgepeth and Ed Stewart of UDI #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/109

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0168

Description from inventory: Host - Robert Harvey, Guests - Penny Hedgepeth and Ed Stewart.

Audiotape T-70092/110

WAFR: Round 'Bout Town: Sister Terri Jeffers #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/110

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0254

Description from inventory: Host - Robert Harvey, Guest - Sister Terri Jeffers; Sister Terri Jeffers on Black education and integration.

Audiotape T-70092/111

WAFR: Round 'Bout Town: Robert Spruill, 1976 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/111

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0047

Description from inventory: Guest - Robert Spruill, President of WAFR.

Audiotape T-70092/112

WAFR: Round 'Bout Town: Sister Terri Jeffers Interview; Round 'Bout Town: Ron Flemming Interview #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/112

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0052

Description from inventory: Host - Robert Harvey, Guests - Sister Terri Jeffers, Ron Flemming; Sister Terri Jeffers interview, Side A. focuses on Black feminism, genocide, sterilization; Ron Flemming interview, Side B.

Audiotape T-70092/113

WAFR: Yusuf Salim Interview #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/113

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0088

Audiotape T-70092/114

WAFR: Bobby Seale, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, N.C., 21 February 1974 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/114

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0100

Description from inventory: Bobby Seale speaking at UNC Chapel Hill; after speech music from WAFR plays.

Audiotape T-70092/115

WAFR: Sickle Cell Anemia Conference #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/115

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0197

Description from inventory: Guest - Dr. Christine Johnson; Sickle Cell Anemia conference, with guest speaker haematologist Christine Johnson.

Audiotape T-70092/116

WAFR: Sickle Cell Anemia Promo #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/116

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0198

Description from inventory: Promo for Sickle Cell Syndrome program.

Recording contains harmful language to describe a North Carolina Commission For Health Services meeting on children with disabilities (2:15).

Audiotape T-70092/117

WAFR: Social Problems of Urban Blacks, part 1 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/117

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0256

Description from inventory: Host - Ms. J. Jackson; Mrs. J. Jackson presents four "social problems" of Blacks in the United States.

Audiotape T-70092/118

WAFR: Social Problems of Urban Blacks, part 2 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/118

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0034

Description from inventory: Host - Jacqueline Jackson; Part 2 of 4 in a series about the "social problems" of urban Blacks in Durham, N.C.

Audiotape T-70092/119

WAFR: Social Problems of Urban Blacks #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/119

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0255

Audiotape T-70092/120

WAFR: Soul City, Warrenton, N.C. #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/120

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0232

Description from inventory: Radio program promoting people to attend Soul City's groundbreaking ceremonies in Warrenton, N.C.

Audiotape T-70092/121

WAFR: Speak Out, 1970 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/121

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0235

Description from inventory: Program focuses on genocide and Jim Crow.

Audiotape T-70092/122

WAFR: Speak Out, 22 May 1974 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/122

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0053

Description from inventory: Host - W. May Leads.

Audiotape T-70092/123

WAFR: Berk St. John Interview and Poetry Reading #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/123

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0087

Description from inventory: Host - Changa Sadiki, Guest - Berk St. John; Interview with Berk St. John, includes St. John reading poems.

Audiotape T-70092/124

WAFR: John S. Stewart Testimonial Banquet, North Carolina Central University, 1974 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/124

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0108

Description from inventory: Hosts - Rev. Phillip Cousins, Chancellor Albert N. Whiting, John Herbert Wheeler, Guest - John Sylvester Stewart.

Audiotape T-70092/125

WAFR: Survival: "Black Pride" #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/125

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0046

Audiotape T-70092/126

WAFR: Survival: "Kwanzaa" #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/126

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0061

Digital Folder DF-70092/18

WAFR: Survival, "Kwanzaa" #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." DF-70092/18

1 digital file

Original number: SOHP0057

Description from inventory: Survival: Kwanzaa program.

Audiotape T-70092/127

WAFR: Talk with Contributors: Samuel C. Johnson and Kaiser Wilson #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/127

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0017

Description from inventory: Interview with Samuel C. Jones and Kaiser Wilson.

Audiotape T-70092/128

WAFR: Talk with Contributors: Edna Spaulding, circa 1976 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/128

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0014

Description from inventory: Interview with Samuel C. Jones and Kaiser Wilson.

Audiotape T-70092/129

WAFR: To Black Women: Episode 3, "Suicide: The Black Women in Perspective" #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/129

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0032

Description from inventory: Host - Tre L. Jusise, Guest - Vitica Jones; Program on the Black female experience and perspective on suicide.

Audiotape T-70092/130

WAFR: To Black Women: Episode 5, "The Black Woman and Her Children" #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/130

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0097

Description from inventory: Host - Tre L. Jusise.

Audiotape T-70092/131

WAFR: To Black Women: "What About the Children?"; "You, The Consumer" #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/131

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0203

Description from inventory: Host - Tre L. Jusise, Guest - Marilyn McCollum; To Black Women episode featuring Marilyn McCollum, social worker at Durham County Social Services Department, discussing the foster care system.

Audiotape T-70092/227

WAFR: UDI Speaks, Conversation with Charles Tillman and Ben Ruffin, undated #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/227

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0013

Description from inventory: Ben Ruffin interviews Charles Tillman.

Digital Folder DF-70092/19

WAFR: UDI Speaks, conversation with Charles Tillman and Ben Ruffin, undated #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." DF-70092/19

1 digital file

Original number: SOHP0013

Description from inventory: Ben Ruffin interviews Charles Tillman.

Audiotape T-70092/132

WAFR: The Vietnam Era Vet, 27 April 1974 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/132

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0035

Description from inventory: Host - Earl Boone, Guests - Quentin Heady, James Audrey, Douglas Jones; Panel discussion with NCCU students on experiences of being Black in the military during Vietnam era.

Audiotape T-70092/133

WAFR: Jolene Wade Interview #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/133

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0043

A tape log for this recording resides in Series 1.

Audiotape T-70092/134

WAFR: WAFR Broadcast Bumpers, 1970 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/134

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0234

Audiotape T-70092/135

WAFR: WAFR Membership Drive Promos, 1976 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/135

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0060

Description from inventory: Guests - Chuck Haden, Betram Walls, Dr. James Gannon.

Audiotape T-70092/136

WAFR: WAFR Pledge Drive, 1974 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/136

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0211

Description from inventory: Guests - Jackie Henry, William Bell, Van Brawson, Carl Wood, Robert Spruill, Dorothy Price, Albert N. Whiting, Pat Brandon, Nolton Lewis; 1974 WAFR pledge drive featuring various speakers talking about WAFR.

A tape log for this recording resides in Series 1.

Audiotape T-70092/137

WAFR: WAFR Promo/Fundraising Spots, 1975 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/137

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0216

Description from inventory: Various promos for WAFR.

Audiotape T-70092/138

WAFR: WAFR Promos, 1974 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/138

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0089

Description from inventory: Various promos for WAFR.

Audiotape T-70092/139

WAFR: WAFR Purposes #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/139

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0213

Audiotape T-70092/140

WAFR: WAFR, Staff Interview, 23 August 1972 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/140

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0016

Audiotape T-70092/141

WAFR: Wave Africa Benefit: Tony Brown and Reverend J.C. Tucker Speeches, 8 May 1974 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/141

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0041

Description from inventory: Tony Brown Speech, Side A; Rev. J.C. Tucker Speech, Side B.

Audiotape T-70092/142

WAFR: "What WAFR Means to Me" #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/142

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0085

Description from inventory: Recordings of listeners speaking of what WAFR means to them, part of a fund drive for the station.

Audiotape T-70092/143

WAFR: Women's Passion Uprising: Celine Chenier Speech, 1975; Joan Little Speech, 2 July 1975 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/143

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0038

Description from inventory: Event featuring Celine Chenier and Joan Little.

Audiotape T-70092/144

WAFR: Dr. Nathan Wright, Duke University #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." T-70092/144

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0045

Description from inventory: Dr. Nathan Wright Speech at Duke University.

Digital Folder DF-70092/2

WRFG: Blue Ridge, Side A #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." DF-70092/2

1 digital file

Original number: SOHP0152A

Description from inventory: Program about the Levi Strauss and Company factory strike in Blue Ridge, Georgia in 1966, Part 1.

Digital Folder DF-70092/3

WRFG: Blue Ridge, Side B #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." DF-70092/3

1 digital file

Original number: SOHP0152B

Description from inventory: Program about the Levi Strauss and Company factory strike in Blue Ridge, Georgia in 1966, Part 2. End of recording is a standup performance by George Carlin.

Digital Folder DF-70092/5

WRFG: Linda Carlson reading her own poetry, undated #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." DF-70092/5

1 digital file

Original number: SOHP0148

Description from inventory: Linda Carlson reading her own poetry.

Digital Folder DF-70092/6

WRFG: Bud Foote; program about farm life, 2 September 1983 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." DF-70092/6

1 digital file

Original number: SOHP0151

Description from inventory: Bud Foote song "Farewell to Ancestral Acres".

Digital Folder DF-70092/1

WVSP: Alice Balance Interview, 17 June 1983 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." DF-70092/1

1 digital file

Original number: SOHP0005

Description from inventory: Recorded interview with Alice Balance on sharecropping.

Digital Folder DF-70092/4

WVSP: Ann Braden Interview with Ann Braden, 25 October 1983 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." DF-70092/4

1 digital file

Original number: SOHP0006

Description from inventory: Recorded interview with Anne Braden on civil rights and social justice.

Digital Folder DF-70092/7

WVSP: From Revelations to Revolutions: A Seasonal Collage #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." DF-70092/7

1 digital file

Original number: SOHP0012

Description from inventory: Recorded interviews with citizens about Christmas and peace.

Digital Folder DF-70092/9

WVSP: Growing Aware; Health program, 9 March 1983 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." DF-70092/9

1 digital file

Original number: SOHP0008

Description from inventory: Radio theater program.

Digital Folder DF-70092/10

WVSP: Guitar Slim Interview, Side A #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." DF-70092/10

1 digital file

Original number: SOHP0004A

Description from inventory: Interview with Guitar Slim (James Stephens). Stephens plays guitar and sings, Part 1.

Digital Folder DF-70092/11

WVSP: Guitar Slim Interview, Side B #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." DF-70092/11

1 digital file

Original number: SOHP0004B

Description from inventory: Interview with Guitar Slim (James Stephens). Stephens plays guitar and sings, Part 2.

Digital Folder DF-70092/12

WVSP: Glenn Hinson & Algia Mae Hinton Interviews, 24 March 1978 #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." DF-70092/12

1 digital file

Original number: SOHP0001

Description from inventory: Host Jereann King Johnson interviews Glenn Hinson (folklorist) about blues in North Carolina and Piedmont, followed by an interview with Algia Mae Hinton on guitar music.

Digital Folder DF-70092/15

WVSP: Dannie Richmond Interview #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." DF-70092/15

1 digital file

Original number: SOHP0010

Description from inventory: Jereann King Johnson interviews musician Dannie Richmond.

Digital Folder DF-70092/16

WVSP: Jaki Shelton & Makeda (Joycelyn McKissick Myers) Interview and Poetry Reading, , 8 July 1979, Side A #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." DF-70092/16

1 digital file

Original number: SOHP0002A

Description from inventory: Jereann King Johnson interviews poets Jaki Shelton and Makeda (Joycelyn McKissick Myers). The two poets also read some of their poetry, Part 1.

Digital Folder DF-70092/17

WVSP: Jaki Shelton & Makeda (Joycelyn McKissick Myers) Interview and Poetry Reading, 8 July 1979, Side B #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." DF-70092/17

1 digital file

Original number: SOHP0002B

Description from inventory: Jereann King Johnson interviews poets Jaki Shelton and Makeda (Joycelyn McKissick Myers). The two poets also read some of their poetry, Part 2.

Digital Folder DF-70092/20

WVSP: Harold Vick Interview #70092, Series: "2. Local Programming, 1969-1983 and undated." DF-70092/20

1 digital file

Original number: SOHP0003

Description from inventory: Recorded interview with Harold Vick.

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27 items.

Access restriction: Audio recordings in this series (T-70092/145-170 and DF-70092/21) are accessible only on the campus of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Arrangement: Alphabetical by title or subject's last name.

Processing information: Titles compiled from original containers and inventories provided by the Media and the Movement project research team. Original SOHP (Southern Oral History Project) numbers are listed when known. When appropriate, the processing archivist also provided additional description from the Media and the Movement project team's inventory - this may include host and guest names and/or a brief description of the broadcast program.

Music programming produced by WAFR. Consists mostly of commercial music, including gospel, jazz, blues, R&B, and funk. Of particular note is a variety hour by DJ Steve (T-70092/170). Recordings are on 1/4" open reel audio and digital files.

Digital Folder DF-70092/21

WAFR: Bite, Chew, Spit, Musical recording titled "Bite Chew Spit", undated #70092, Series: "3. Music Programming, 1972-1977 and undated." DF-70092/21

1 digital file

Original number: SOHP0153

Description from inventory: Recording by the band, Bite, Chew & Spit.

Audiotape T-70092/145

WAFR: Bobby Caldwell, 'Come to Me'; Gospel Music #70092, Series: "3. Music Programming, 1972-1977 and undated." T-70092/145

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0260

Description from inventory: Gospel music by Bobby Caldwell.

Audiotape T-70092/146

WAFR: James Cleveland and the Salem Inspirational Choir #70092, Series: "3. Music Programming, 1972-1977 and undated." T-70092/146

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0163

Description from inventory: James Cleveland and the Salem Inspirational Choir performance of gospel music.

Audiotape T-70092/147

WAFR: James Cleveland, Mahalia Jackson, Gospel Choir #70092, Series: "3. Music Programming, 1972-1977 and undated." T-70092/147

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0269

Description from inventory: James Cleveland and Mahalia Jackson gospel choir recording.

Audiotape T-70092/148

WAFR: Andre Crouch and Beautiful Zion Gospel Choir #70092, Series: "3. Music Programming, 1972-1977 and undated." T-70092/148

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0266

Audiotape T-70092/149

WAFR: Early Morning Jazz Tape #70092, Series: "3. Music Programming, 1972-1977 and undated." T-70092/149

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0267

Description from inventory: A collection of jazz recordings including Milt Jackson, Calvin Keys, Dizzy Gillespie, Stan Getz, Sharon Ridley, Sir Edward, Taj Mahal.

Audiotape T-70092/150

WAFR: Good Jazz Music #70092, Series: "3. Music Programming, 1972-1977 and undated." T-70092/150

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0212

Audiotape T-70092/151

WAFR: Good Variety Music #70092, Series: "3. Music Programming, 1972-1977 and undated." T-70092/151

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0155

Audiotape T-70092/152

WAFR: Gospel Music #70092, Series: "3. Music Programming, 1972-1977 and undated." T-70092/152

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0226

Audiotape T-70092/153

WAFR: Edwin Hawkins, James Cleveland, Mahalia Jackson #70092, Series: "3. Music Programming, 1972-1977 and undated." T-70092/153

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0270

Description from inventory: The Edwin Hawkins Singers and James Cleveland Gospel Choir recordings.

Audiotape T-70092/154

WAFR: Al Jarreau, "Look to the Rainbow: Live in Europe", 1977 #70092, Series: "3. Music Programming, 1972-1977 and undated." T-70092/154

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0265

Description from inventory: Recording of Al Jarreau's "Look to the Rainbow: Live in Europe," Warner Brothers Records, 1977.

Audiotape T-70092/155

WAFR: Jazz Music #70092, Series: "3. Music Programming, 1972-1977 and undated." T-70092/155

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0109

Description from inventory: Side A, Jimmie Lunceford, Jimmy Smith, Henry Mancini, Ray Charles music; Side B, Ray Charles, Earl Hines, Dave Brubeck, Thelonious Monk, Cat Tjader music.

Audiotape T-70092/156

WAFR: Joy Times - Variety of Gospel, Jazz, Spirituals, Funk #70092, Series: "3. Music Programming, 1972-1977 and undated." T-70092/156

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0086

Description from inventory: Variety of spirituals, gospel, funk, jazz, and religious music.

Audiotape T-70092/157

WAFR: Vic Lane's Songs #70092, Series: "3. Music Programming, 1972-1977 and undated." T-70092/157

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0218

Description from inventory: Vic Lane [?] singing songs acapella.

Audiotape T-70092/158

WAFR: Music #70092, Series: "3. Music Programming, 1972-1977 and undated." T-70092/158

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0073

Audiotape T-70092/159

WAFR: Music, Spotlight Tape #70092, Series: "3. Music Programming, 1972-1977 and undated." T-70092/159

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0136

Audiotape T-70092/160

WAFR: Music: Variety of Jazz and Blues Music #70092, Series: "3. Music Programming, 1972-1977 and undated." T-70092/160

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0268

Audiotape T-70092/161

WAFR: Music of Dionne Warwick and Nina Simone, 11 January 1976 #70092, Series: "3. Music Programming, 1972-1977 and undated." T-70092/161

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0040

Audiotape T-70092/162

WAFR: "Odetta Sings" #70092, Series: "3. Music Programming, 1972-1977 and undated." T-70092/162

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0165

Description from inventory: Variety of Odetta songs.

Audiotape T-70092/163

WAFR: Persuasions; Isaac Hayes; Lou Rawls; Four Tops; Bill Cosby; Godfrey Cambridge; Wild Man Steve #70092, Series: "3. Music Programming, 1972-1977 and undated." T-70092/163

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0271

Audiotape T-70092/164

WAFR: The Pointer Sisters, San Francisco Opera House, San Francisco, Calif., 1974 #70092, Series: "3. Music Programming, 1972-1977 and undated." T-70092/164

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0259

Description from inventory: Pointer Sisters live at San Francisco Opera House, 1974.

Audiotape T-70092/165

WAFR: Variety Music for WAFR #70092, Series: "3. Music Programming, 1972-1977 and undated." T-70092/165

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0106

Description from inventory: Variety of R&B and funk music and WAFR promos for 1976 fundraiser.

Audiotape T-70092/166

WAFR: Variety of Funk Music #70092, Series: "3. Music Programming, 1972-1977 and undated." T-70092/166

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0039

Description from inventory: Variety of R&B and funk music.

Audiotape T-70092/167

WAFR: WAFR Variety of Music #70092, Series: "3. Music Programming, 1972-1977 and undated." T-70092/167

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0155

Audiotape T-70092/168

WAFR: Barry White, Jimmy Scott, Oscar Brown, Isaac Hayes, Isley Brothers #70092, Series: "3. Music Programming, 1972-1977 and undated." T-70092/168

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Audiotape T-70092/169

WAFR: Nancy Wilson, "Yesterday's Love Songs/Today's Blues" #70092, Series: "3. Music Programming, 1972-1977 and undated." T-70092/169

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0253

Description from inventory: Nancy Wilson's album "Yesterday's Love Song/Today's Blues" recorded twice.

Audiotape T-70092/170

WAFR: WDBS Durham Music Variety, 1972 #70092, Series: "3. Music Programming, 1972-1977 and undated." T-70092/170

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0231

Description from inventory: Host - DJ Steve; WDBS variety music R&B and soul with DJ Steve.

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44 items.

Arrangement: Alphabetical by title or subject's last name.

Processing information: Titles compiled from original containers and inventories provided by the Media and the Movement project research team. Original SOHP (Southern Oral History Project) numbers are listed when known. When appropriate, the processing archivist also provided additional description from the Media and the Movement project team's inventory - this may include host and guest names and/or a brief description of the broadcast program.

Radio programming produced outside of WAFR, WVSP, and WRFG that was aired on the stations. Includes various NPR programs and other programming produced by other radio stations, including news coverage, jazz and gospel music programs, and recordings of interviews, panel programs, and poetry readings. Recordings are on 1/4" open reel audio and digital files.

Audiotape T-70092/171

200 Years: "Black Americans and the Media" #70092, Series: "4. Outside Programming, 1970-1982 and undated." T-70092/171

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0242

Source: WAFR; Description from inventory: Host - Rex Weir, Guests - Larry Coleman, Greg Williams, Greg Roberson; 200 Year program focusing on the Black media, specifically television and radio.

Audiotape T-70092/172

200 Years: "Black Rhetoric in America", Austin, Tex. #70092, Series: "4. Outside Programming, 1970-1982 and undated." T-70092/172

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0024

Source: WAFR; Description from inventory: Host - Rex Weir, Guests - Larry Coleman, Greg Williams, Greg Roberson; 200 Years Program on Bicentennial of United States from University of Texas Austin, Tex. Program theme is Black rhetoric in America.

Audiotape T-70092/173

200 Years: "Children at Play", 23 November 1975 #70092, Series: "4. Outside Programming, 1970-1982 and undated." T-70092/173

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0244

Source: WAFR; Description from inventory: Host - Rex Weir, Guests - Margaret Brady, Ida Barrera, Richard Bauman; 200 Years program episode focused on American children at play.

Audiotape T-70092/174

200 Years: "The History of Black Press in America", Austin, Tex., 27 January 1976 #70092, Series: "4. Outside Programming, 1970-1982 and undated." T-70092/174

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0185

Source: WAFR; Description from inventory: Host - Rex Weir, Guests - Gene Byrd and Gregory Williams; Program focused on the history of Black press in America. Produced out of University of Texas, Austin, Tex.

Audiotape T-70092/175

200 Years: "Minority Politics in America, Part 1", Austin, Tex #70092, Series: "4. Outside Programming, 1970-1982 and undated." T-70092/175

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0193

Source: WAFR; Description from inventory: Host - Rex Weir, Guests - Armando Gutierrez, Don Davis, Joe Feagin; 200 Years program produced at KUT-FM at the University of Texas Austin, Tex. Episode focuses on minority politics in America, part 1.

Audiotape T-70092/176

200 Years: "Minority Politics in America, Part 2", Austin, Tex #70092, Series: "4. Outside Programming, 1970-1982 and undated." T-70092/176

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0194

Source: WAFR; Description from inventory: Host - Rex Weir, Guests - Armando Gutierrez, Don Davis, Joe Feagin; 200 Years program produced at KUT-FM at the University of Texas Austin, Tex. Episode focuses on minority politics in America, part 2.

Audiotape T-70092/177

200 Years: "Racial Equality in the US - Where Are We" #70092, Series: "4. Outside Programming, 1970-1982 and undated." T-70092/177

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0248

Audiotape T-70092/178

Ali #70092, Series: "4. Outside Programming, 1970-1982 and undated." T-70092/178

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0208

Audiotape T-70092/179

American Atheist Radio: "Contradictions in the Bible" #70092, Series: "4. Outside Programming, 1970-1982 and undated." T-70092/179

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0067

Source: WAFR; Description from inventory: Host - Madalyn Murray O'Hair.

Audiotape T-70092/180

American Atheist Radio: "Mohammed" #70092, Series: "4. Outside Programming, 1970-1982 and undated." T-70092/180

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Audiotape T-70092/181

American Atheist Radio #70092, Series: "4. Outside Programming, 1970-1982 and undated." T-70092/181

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Digital Folder DF-70092/22

American Music: Live performance of opera music #70092, Series: "4. Outside Programming, 1970-1982 and undated." DF-70092/22

1 digital file

Original number: SOHP0099

Source: WAFR; Description from inventory: Performances of opera music; concert survey of American music live at the Washington Theatre Club.

Audiotape T-70092/182

Berklee College of Music Student Ensemble, "AIHSODESOR", "People Get Ready" #70092, Series: "4. Outside Programming, 1970-1982 and undated." T-70092/182

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Audiotape T-70092/183

Bicentennial Program, 4 July 1976 #70092, Series: "4. Outside Programming, 1970-1982 and undated." T-70092/183

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0103

Source: WAFR; Description from inventory: Guests - Freddie King, Ben Ruffin, Howard Lee, Eleanor Spaulding, H. M. McShaw, William Neal, Tyrone Banks; Side A, speeches by Freddie King, Ben Ruffin, Howard Lee, Eleanor Spaulding, H.M. McShaw, William Neal, Tyrone Banks; Side B, program ends with the speech from Side A and then program proceeds to play music.

A tape log for this recording resides in Series 1.

Audiotape T-70092/184

Black History, MLK, 1970 #70092, Series: "4. Outside Programming, 1970-1982 and undated." T-70092/184

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0233

Source: WAFR; Description from inventory: Speaking engagement around Martin Luther King Jr., trials Black America has endured and the hope for positive changes in America. The key is the younger generation.

Digital Folder DF-70092/23

Bootlegging master, Radio program on bootlegging in Atlanta, undated #70092, Series: "4. Outside Programming, 1970-1982 and undated." DF-70092/23

1 digital file

Original number: SOHP0147

Source: WRFG; Description from inventory: Radio program on bootlegging in Atlanta in the 1920s & 30s.

Audiotape T-70092/185

Stokely Carmichael, Part 1 #70092, Series: "4. Outside Programming, 1970-1982 and undated." T-70092/185

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0172A

Source: WAFR; Description from inventory: Host - Arthur Clarke, Guest - Stokely Carmichael;Arthur Clarke introduces a Stokely Carmichael speech in Montreal.

Audiotape T-70092/186

Stokely Carmichael, Part 2 #70092, Series: "4. Outside Programming, 1970-1982 and undated." T-70092/186

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0172B

Source: WAFR; Description from inventory: Host - Ken Haslam, Guests - Arthur Clarke and Stokely Carmichael; Interview between Arthur Clarke and Stokely Carmichael.

Audiotape T-70092/187

Conversation with J.W. Hill #70092, Series: "4. Outside Programming, 1970-1982 and undated." T-70092/187

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0230

Audiotape T-70092/188

C.A. Copeland, "What Is Soul?" #70092, Series: "4. Outside Programming, 1970-1982 and undated." T-70092/188

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Audiotape T-70092/189

Evangeline, Heritage of Hope, 23 October 1973 #70092, Series: "4. Outside Programming, 1970-1982 and undated." T-70092/189

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0135

Audiotape T-70092/190

Expressions with Petey Greene, 13 July 1972 #70092, Series: "4. Outside Programming, 1970-1982 and undated." T-70092/190

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0170

Source: WAFR; Description from inventory: Host - Petey Greene; Program about the roots of Black music.

Audiotape T-70092/191

Expressions with Petey Greene #70092, Series: "4. Outside Programming, 1970-1982 and undated." T-70092/191

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0215

Source: WAFR; Description from inventory: Guest - Petey Greene; Expressions program on Petey Greene, a comedian who has been incarcerated. May have been produced by NPR.

Audiotape T-70092/192

Nikki Giovanni #70092, Series: "4. Outside Programming, 1970-1982 and undated." T-70092/192

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0070

Source: WAFR; Description from inventory: Nikki Giovanni reciting poetry; interview with Giovanni for NPR arts magazine; recording of Giovanni's speech to Committee of 100.

Audiotape T-70092/193

Health Education Program, "Heart Disease" #70092, Series: "4. Outside Programming, 1970-1982 and undated." T-70092/193

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Digital Folder DF-70092/24

Jazz at the Institute, Recording of live jazz performance, 23 March 1982 #70092, Series: "4. Outside Programming, 1970-1982 and undated." DF-70092/24

1 digital file

Original number: SOHP0007

Source WVSP: Description from inventory: Interview with Jazz musician Wynston Marsalis.

Audiotape T-70092/194

Langston Hughes #70092, Series: "4. Outside Programming, 1970-1982 and undated." T-70092/194

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0084

Source: WAFR; Description from inventory: Langston Hughes reads his poems, including "Ask Your Mama", "12 Moods for Jazz", "Blues in Stereo", "Ode to Dinah", "Horn of Plenty".

Audiotape T-70092/195

Left Bank Jazz Society, Jimmy Heath, Baltimore, Md., 31 March 1971 #70092, Series: "4. Outside Programming, 1970-1982 and undated." T-70092/195

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0101

Source: WAFR; Description from inventory: Host - Paul Anthony, Guests - Jimmy Heath and Vernon Walsh; 10th anniversary concert of Left Bank Jazz Society, Jimmy Heath Sextet.

Digital Folder DF-70092/25

Living Atlanta: First Generation program about railroad workers, undated #70092, Series: "4. Outside Programming, 1970-1982 and undated." DF-70092/25

1 digital file

Original number: SOHP0149

Source: WRFG; Description from inventory: Program about railroad workers. Featuring narrators from Spelman College, Morehouse College, Clark Atlanta University, Morris Brown College.

Digital Folder DF-70092/26

Living Atlanta: The Atlanta University Complex, program on student life in black colleges in Atlanta, undated #70092, Series: "4. Outside Programming, 1970-1982 and undated." DF-70092/26

1 digital file

Original number: SOHP0150

Source: WRFG; Description from inventory: Program on HBCU life in Atlanta, Ga.

Audiotape T-70092/196

London's Black Pilgrims, Part 1 #70092, Series: "4. Outside Programming, 1970-1982 and undated." T-70092/196

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Audiotape T-70092/197

Modulations #70092, Series: "4. Outside Programming, 1970-1982 and undated." T-70092/197

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Digital Folder DF-70092/27

Pee Wee, Prelude to a Kiss radio program, unknown #70092, Series: "4. Outside Programming, 1970-1982 and undated." DF-70092/27

1 digital file

Original number: SOHP0011

Source: WVSP; Description from inventory: Pee Wee .& His Band perform Prelude to a Kiss.

Audiotape T-70092/198

Nixon's Resignation, NPR Coverage, 6 August 1974 #70092, Series: "4. Outside Programming, 1970-1982 and undated." T-70092/198

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0107

Source: WAFR; Description from inventory: Host - Bob Edwards; NPR coverage of President Nixon's resignation.

Audiotape T-70092/199

The Sea and the Air, "How Is Man's Future Linked to the Sea?" #70092, Series: "4. Outside Programming, 1970-1982 and undated." T-70092/199

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0217

Source: WAFR; Description from inventory: Hosts - Jack Ganum and Jeff Baker, Guest - Harris B. Stewart; Episode about man's future with the sea. Interview with Harris Stewart, director of National Oceanic & Atmosphere Administration's Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory. .

Audiotape T-70092/200

Smithsonian Jazz Heritage Series: Carmen McRae #70092, Series: "4. Outside Programming, 1970-1982 and undated." T-70092/200

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0105

Source: WAFR; Description from inventory: Smithsonian Jazz Heritage Series: Carmen McRae performance.

Audiotape T-70092/201

Step Up and Say It: The Compromising Jazz Musician, 1974 #70092, Series: "4. Outside Programming, 1970-1982 and undated." T-70092/201

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0015

Source: WAFR; Description from inventory: Host - Tim Clark and Glenn Alpert, Guests - Jon Hendricks, Clark Terry, Jimmy Heath, Milt Jackson, Orrin Keepnews; 1974 Monterrey Jazz Festival interviews with Clark Terry, Jimmy Heath, Milt Jackson, Orrin Keepnews.

Audiotape T-70092/202

Story of Life, 14 September 1970 #70092, Series: "4. Outside Programming, 1970-1982 and undated." T-70092/202

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0141

Audiotape T-70092/203

Taki Jazz Experience, 9 August 1974 #70092, Series: "4. Outside Programming, 1970-1982 and undated." T-70092/203

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0111

Source: WAFR; Description from inventory: Live performance of the Taki Jazz Experience, 1974.

Audiotape T-70092/204

The Vietnam Era Vet #70092, Series: "4. Outside Programming, 1970-1982 and undated." T-70092/204

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Audiotape T-70092/205

Where Were You? #70092, Series: "4. Outside Programming, 1970-1982 and undated." T-70092/205

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0178

Source: WAFR; Description from inventory: Third World News Media.

Audiotape T-70092/206

Mary Lou Williams, 1975 #70092, Series: "4. Outside Programming, 1970-1982 and undated." T-70092/206

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0166

Source: WAFR; Description from inventory: Performance of Mary Lou Williams gospel songs.

Digital Folder DF-70092/28

Women of the New Right, produced piece on women in the new right and anti-bussing movements, unknown #70092, Series: "4. Outside Programming, 1970-1982 and undated." DF-70092/28

1 digital file

Original number: SOHP0009

Source: WVSP; Description from inventory: Produced piece on women in the new right and anti-bussing movements. Hosted by Pat Bodner with Jane Duwars, Marilyn Akerly, Nancy Yots, and Margie Bell.

Audiotape T-70092/207

"Yes He Is" #70092, Series: "4. Outside Programming, 1970-1982 and undated." T-70092/207

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0156

Source: WAFR; Description from inventory: Instrumental song performed, "Yes He Is".

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19 items.

Unidentified audio recordings from WAFR. Recordings are on 1/4" open reel audio.

Audiotape T-70092/208

[unidentified audio recording] #70092, Series: "5. Unidentified Recordings, undated." T-70092/208

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Audiotape T-70092/209

[unidentified audio recording] #70092, Series: "5. Unidentified Recordings, undated." T-70092/209

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Audiotape T-70092/210

[unidentified audio recording] #70092, Series: "5. Unidentified Recordings, undated." T-70092/210

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0224

Audiotape T-70092/211

[unidentified audio recording] #70092, Series: "5. Unidentified Recordings, undated." T-70092/211

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Audiotape T-70092/212

[unidentified audio recording] #70092, Series: "5. Unidentified Recordings, undated." T-70092/212

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0209

Audiotape T-70092/213

[unidentified audio recording] #70092, Series: "5. Unidentified Recordings, undated." T-70092/213

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: SOHP0134

Audiotape T-70092/214

[unidentified audio recording] #70092, Series: "5. Unidentified Recordings, undated." T-70092/214

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Audiotape T-70092/215

[unidentified audio recording]: News Tape #1, Dinner Music #70092, Series: "5. Unidentified Recordings, undated." T-70092/215

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Audiotape T-70092/216

[unidentified audio recording]: Ed Robinson; Clear, Stokely Carmichael, Carl Ward #70092, Series: "5. Unidentified Recordings, undated." T-70092/216

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Audiotape T-70092/217

[unidentified audio recording]: Geraldine #70092, Series: "5. Unidentified Recordings, undated." T-70092/217

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Audiotape T-70092/218

[unidentified audio recording]: Great Decisions 1974; MLKS 7307, B'CST after 16 February 1973 #70092, Series: "5. Unidentified Recordings, undated." T-70092/218

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Audiotape T-70092/219

[unidentified audio recording] #70092, Series: "5. Unidentified Recordings, undated." T-70092/219

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Audiotape T-70092/220

[unidentified audio recording]: Step Up and Say It, Durham City and County Merger 110-126; Black Art "That's All For Now" 126-211; Options On Education, "90.3 FM Dial" #70092, Series: "5. Unidentified Recordings, undated." T-70092/220

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Audiotape T-70092/221

[unidentified audio recording] #70092, Series: "5. Unidentified Recordings, undated." T-70092/221

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Audiotape T-70092/222

[unidentified audio recording] #70092, Series: "5. Unidentified Recordings, undated." T-70092/222

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Audiotape T-70092/223

[unidentified audio recording] #70092, Series: "5. Unidentified Recordings, undated." T-70092/223

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Audiotape T-70092/224

[unidentified audio recording] #70092, Series: "5. Unidentified Recordings, undated." T-70092/224

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Audiotape T-70092/225

[unidentified audio recording] #70092, Series: "5. Unidentified Recordings, undated." T-70092/225

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Audiotape T-70092/226

[unidentified audio recording] #70092, Series: "5. Unidentified Recordings, undated." T-70092/226

1/4" Open Reel Audio

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Processing Information

Processed by: Anne Wells, Andrew Crook, October 2020

Encoded by: Anne Wells, October 2020

Since August 2017, we have added ethnic and racial identities for individuals and families represented in collections. To determine identity, we rely on self-identification; other information supplied to the repository by collection creators or sources; public records, press accounts, and secondary sources; and contextual information in the collection materials. Omissions of ethnic and racial identities in finding aids created or updated after August 2017 are an indication of insufficient information to make an educated guess or an individual's preference for identity information to be excluded from description. When we have misidentified, please let us know at wilsonlibrary@unc.edu.

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