"The Negro and social change in America"
Orderly social change in America: is it possible?
Lomax, a journalist and writer, started his career writing for the Afro-American and the Chicago Defender and went on to become the first African-American television journalist. In 1959 he co-produced "The Hate That Hate Produced" with colleague Mike Wallace, a five-part documentary about the Nation of Islam that introduced the organization to a broader audience.
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Social change -- United States, African Americans
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Lomax, Louis E., ""The Negro and social change in America"" (1967). Special Collections: Oregon Public Speakers. 42.