Roger Shinn speaking at the Institute for Religious and Social Studies, February 12, 1963. - S11_BoxBack.JPG
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|Title:||"Ethics in Five Acts," on the topic of Racial Integration, a program produced by ABC News and The Jewish Theological Seminary. 1962.|
Shayon, Robert Lewis.
Smith, Lillian (Lillian Eugenia), 1897-1966
Jewish Theological Seminary of America
Ratner Center for the Study of Conservative Judaism Sound recording S11
|Type of Resource:||sound recording-nonmusical|
|Place of Publication:||Cranberry Township, PA|
|Extent:||1 mp3 file (30:23 min.).|
|Abstract/Description:||A program produced by ABC in association with JTS, "Ethics in Five Acts." A discussion of the moral and ethical imperatives of Rabbi Gendler and Reverend Peirson- their motivation to go down to the South to demonstrate against segragation, which led to their arrest and being held for 52 hours. They were part of the Albany Movement, and this particular prayer vigil, which included Martin Luther King, had over 70 religious leaders from the north and midwest. Author Lillian Smith, herself a southerner, joins the discussion. How religion informs ethical imperatives.|
Recordings of: Institute for Religious and Social Studies.
Digitized from open reel, 7 and 1/2 (7.5) ips, Full Track, mono. Side B is blank.
Original audio duration: 30:20 minutes.
Digitizer also photographed the box information.
Digitization funded by Metropolitan New York Library Council (METRO).
Please cite as: Ratner Center Tapes, The Library of the Jewish Theological Seminary, New York, N.Y., tapes S1-S92.
African Americans -- Relations with Jews
Civil rights movements -- United States
Civil rights movements -- United States -- History -- 20th century
African Americans -- Segregation
Civil rights demonstrations -- United States
Albany Movement (Albany, Ga.)
Religion and politics
Civil rights -- Religious aspects
Rabbis -- Political activity
|Held by:||Library of the Jewish Theological Seminary HCZ|
|Restrictions on Access:||Access to original audio materials restricted.|
|Is Part Of:||Audio Visual Resources.|