What the World Should Know about Black History in the USA
Walter G. (Buzz) Luttrell. WXYZ-TV Detroit, community affairs director, talk show host, & award-winning reporter. WBZ-TV Boston, two-time Emmy-winning talk-show host. At WXYZ-TV created "The Best of the Class," saluted inner-city H.S. valedictorians in 90+ U.S. cities. Received U.S. Justice Department's "Community Service Award" for nationally-distributed educational video, "The Possible Dream - Racial Harmony in U.S. Schools."
He wrote "Black America's Echoes of the Past,"his first and only print "publication" in 1969 - a 20-page "booklet," as a Black history "educational supplement" for U.S. public school history courses... after the infamous "race riots" of the '60's. (Educators cited a lack of Black history teaching resources.) Now, he has updated and modified the "booklet" as a stimulating, easy-to-read, but "challenging primer" for those interested in the history of Blacks in the USA. ("What the WORLD Should Know About Black History In The USA" - Only 22 pages, with generous illustrations.)
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