- W. W. Law Collection
- Interview with Dr. Clyde Hall, Part 1 ; Interview with Reverend Edward Lamar Ellis
- York, Lisa
Hall, Clyde W.
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- African American civil rights workers
Civil rights movements--Georgia--Savannah
African American youth--Religious aspects
Conflict of generations
- United States, Georgia, Chatham County, Savannah, 32.08354, -81.09983
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oral histories (literary works)
- 00:00:33 - How did you meet W. W. Law? | 00:02:22 - What was your perception of him? | 00:06:00 - What has W.W Law endured? | 00:08:05 - Historic preservation of Savannah's Black Community. | 00:14:01 - W. W. Law's radio show. | 00:17:02 - Where do you think things are headed with our youth? | 00:23:04 - What does his work mean to you personally? | 00:29:02 - What would you like for people to know about those sacrifices? | 00:36:41 - What is something you know that no one else does about Mr. Law? | 00:38:38 - How did you come to meet W. W. Law? | 00:40:59 - How do you think the church played a role in W. W. Law's efforts? | 00:43:05 - What do you think the role of the church is in young people's lives now? | 00:48:26 - What do you think can be done to bridge the gap between the older and younger generations? | 00:50:31 - What role would you like to see schools play in bridging the gap? | 00:53:26 - What do you think Mr. Law means to Savannah?
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- 1 video file (mp4) : 55 min., 2 sec., sd., col.
- Contributing Institution:
- Walter J. Brown Media Archives and Peabody Awards Collection