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Coal Strike Coal Strike (1978)
Guests: Helen Huddleston, Burdette Crowe, Len Gross, John Hutchinson, Wayne Busby, Alec Meiklejohn, Kathy Busby, Cecil Roberts, Mike Meares, John Huddleston, Jane English
Host: Ron Scott
Producer : Ron Scott
Duration: 00:26:20
Description: This program is unusual in the Detroit Black Journal series in that it takes on a topic that does not, on the surface, appear to be directly related to Detroit or African Americans. Nevertheless, it shows the scope of the program's interests.
Coal Strike (Clip 1) (1978)
Guests: John Huddleston, Mike Meares, Jane English, Wayne Busby, John Hutchinson, Len Gross, Burdette Crowe, Helen Huddleston, Alec Meiklejohn, Kathy Busby, Cecil Roberts
Host: Ron Scott
Producer : Ron Scott
Duration: 00:26:20
Description: The episode opens with statements from President Jimmy Carter announcing the strike settlement. Carter also recognizes the difficulty of the job of a miner. Next is a preview of a family, one who says that the miners have no choice but to stay out of the mines.
Coal Strike (Clip 2) (1978)
Guests: John Huddleston, Mike Meares, Jane English, Cecil Roberts, Kathy Busby, Alec Meiklejohn, Wayne Busby, John Hutchinson, Len Gross, Burdette Crowe, Helen Huddleston
Host: Ron Scott
Producer : Ron Scott
Duration: 00:26:20
Description: The episode opens with statements from President Jimmy Carter announcing the strike settlement. Carter also recognizes the difficulty of the job of a miner. Next is a preview of a family, one who says that the miners have no choice but to stay out of the mines.
Coal Strike (Clip 3) (1978)
Guests: John Huddleston, Mike Meares, Jane English, Cecil Roberts, Kathy Busby, Alec Meiklejohn, Wayne Busby, John Hutchinson, Len Gross, Burdette Crowe, Helen Huddleston
Host: Ron Scott
Producer : Ron Scott
Duration: 00:26:20
Description: The episode opens with statements from President Jimmy Carter announcing the strike settlement. Carter also recognizes the difficulty of the job of a miner. Next is a preview of a family, one who says that the miners have no choice but to stay out of the mines.