One Nation Indivisible
1968 | Westinghouse Broadcasting Company, Inc. (Group W)
One Nation Indivisible, one of the first television explorations of the racial attitudes held by Americans, prepared by the Westinghouse Broadcasting Company, was shared with television stations across the country, with provisions for local viewer involvement, for the serious consideration of one of our nation’s major problems—the gulf between White and Black Americans. For inspiration and leadership in meeting this challenge, a Peabody Award for television public service.
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