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Paul Robeson: Life and Legacy
[6 CD Set]


Paul Robeson:  Life and Legacy


The son of a former slave, Paul Robeson (1898-1978) rose to become an All-American athlete, Phi Beta Kappa student, internationally celebrated singer and actor, and champion of racial equality.  Yet despite his courage and any accomplishments, he could not overcome the combined effects of racism and McCarthyism, and was forced to live his last years in internal exile under FBI surveillance.



CD1:  Welcoming Remarks

          Keynote Address - Henry Foner

          The Political Writings of Eslande Goode Robeson - Robert Schaffer

CD2:  Paul Robeson: An Heroic Life - Lamont Yeakey

CD3:  Paul Robeson & Classical Music - William Pencak

          Peekskill, 1949 - Howard Fast

CD4:  Good Americans: The Peekskill Riots of 1949 - Joseph Walwick

          Black Whitman: Robeson, Hughes, Ellington and the

          Double V Campaign in World War II - Kevin Jack Hagopian

CD5:  Expanding the African-American Studies Curriculum:

          Paul Robeson: An American Life - Paul Von Blum

          Paul Robeson: A Man of the Times - Mary Cygan

CD6:  Nerve and Brains: The Emperor Jones (1934) - Thomas Doherty

          The British Films of Paul Robeson - Jerry Holt

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