Description: Sounds goes in and out at the beginning. Dr. Pinderhughes gives a speech to an audience. He addresses contemporary racism and its societal causes. He uses his term "body image" to explain different perceptions and projects of different types of people. He says that the Black Power Movement is providing a forceful change in white people's project of what black people are. He compared the Black Power Movement to youths rebelling against adults to assert their autonomy, which is socially accepted.
Collection: WHDH
Date Created: 06/18/1967