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All-American news All-American news. [1945-06, no. 2]
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All-American news were the first newsreels produced for a black audience. Made in the 1940s and 1950s, they were originally intended to encourage black Americans to participate in, and support the war effort, and to reflect an African-American perspective on world and national events. Highlights of this issue include a segment about Miss Sepia, an American cook interviewed in China about VE Day, commencement and graduation at Howard University.
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90,000 at Holy Hour, Chicago offers prayers for permanent peace (1 min., 4 sec.)
Rev. Hill is candidate, runs for common council, in Detroit (19 sec.)
Present gifts to Freedman's, audimeter and gatch bed are received (1 min., 53 sec.)
"Miss Sepia" is chosen, will compete in Atlantic city (33 sec.)
China learns of V-E Day, see bulletins on their "Times Square" (1 min., 5 sec.)
Commencement at Howard "U", CIO leader and Robeson get honorary degrees (1 min., 25 sec.).
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Alexander, William D., All-American news. [1945-06, no. 2]
Authorized Access Point Variant
Glucksman, E. M. (Emanuel M.), All-American news. [1945-06, no. 2]
Barnett, Claude, 1889-1967, All-American news. [1945-06, no. 2]
All American News, Inc. All-American news. [1945-06, no. 2]