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These Stories Must be Told - Junius Williams
Episode 1: Newark
Chapter 1: Pre-1950s
Chapter 2: 1950-1960
African American Migration, Pt. 2
Culture of Political Activism in Newark (1940s-50s)
The Black Vote and the Commission Form of Government
Electing the first Black Power Leader
The New Black Political Class
Chapter 3: 1960-1970
Part 1: Black Resistance Builds
Part 2: Newark Rebellion
Part 3: New Directions in Black Politics
Chapter 4: 1970-1974
Amiri Baraka and Cultural Nationalism
The Transformation of the Black Freedom Movement
Public Housing and the Stella Wright Rent Strike
Puerto Rican Political Movement
Education and the Newark Teachers Strikes
Struggles for Police Reform
Job Training and Black Employment
Graft and Corruption
Black Business Development
The Newark Agreements and the NCTTC
Evaluating Ken Gibson’s Legacy
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