Celebrate the African-American experience in Utah, from its oppressive past to contributions of the present and opportunities for the future.
Release date: Wednesday, October 7th, 1998
Utah's African-American voices, although few in number, profoundly influenced the course of Utah history since the early 1800s. Now, some 200 years later, as Utah prepares for its millennial milestone, a celebration of its immigrant people moves to the forefront. Utah's richly woven growing cultural diversity is densely layered: from its oppressive past to contributions of the present and opportunities for the future. Utah's African-American Voices was written and produced by Kathleen Weiler, with Dr. Ronald Coleman, University of Utah Associate Vice President for Diversity and Faculty Development; and Reverend France Davis, Calvary Baptist Church, as advisors to the program.
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