[Triangle of Rhythm, Anti-Discrimination Law, Peterson Sisters, Laura Bowman]
Monday, January 01, 1900
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Undated program featuring music by Triangle of Rhythm; discussion of New York's Anti-Discrimination Law with Liliian Sharp Hunter, of the New York State Commission Against Discrimination, and Ludlow W. Werner, editor of the New York Age; The Peterson Sisters perform; and a chat with actress Laura Bowman. Hosted by Bill Chase and produced by Clifford Burdette for WNYC. 11th episode.
Show description: to promote a closer understanding between all races and creeds, and to break down discrimination against all minority groups.
Triangle of Rhythm, Harold McFadden, Abner Keener, Austelle Allen, perform "You're a Lucky So-and-So," then accompany the Peterson Sisters on "The Joint Is Really Jumpin' at Carnegie Hall."
New York's Anti-Discrimination Law: Lillian Sharp Hunter and Ludlow W. Werner explain the processes of filing a complaint on the base of race or creed discrimination when denied a job or fired from work.
Laura Bowman chats with Bill Chase briefly about her career before sign-off.
Audio courtesy of the NYC Municipal Archives WNYC Collection
WNYC archives id: 68691
Municipal archives id: LT65