The Negro In Indianapolis
Winner 1969 | WFBM-TV
A series of programs based on an extensive research project to study the divergent perceptions of the Negro and the white man in Indianapolis and the impact made by television on the community in relation to civil unrest. This research and resultant programs have contributed greatly to a meaningful dialogue between the races and have helped promote continued racial harmony in Indianapolis. For concern and leadership in meeting this challenge, a Peabody Award for television public service.
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