BLACK PRESS IN AMERICA / ER
OC 800 SOF MAG B ROLL CONTINUATION OF FTG OF BLACK PRESS IN AMERICA. MORE OF INTV W/ JOHN SENGSTACKE, PUBLISHER OF THE: CHICAGO DEFENDER, AND W/ MR JOHNSON, PUBLISHER OF EBONY MAGAZINE; SAYS THE BLACK DAILIES AND WEEKLIES HAVE A BETTER OPPORTUNITY TO GROW AND PROSPER AT THIS POINT THAN EVER BEFORE.
Bud Billiken Parade (08/09/1997)
A parade is being held in Chicago today to celebrate Bud Billeken, a man who ran a club geared toward creating activites for African-Americans.
BLACK PRESS IN AMERICA / ER - CHICAGO DAILY DEFENDER NEWSPAPER
OC 825 SOF MAG A ROLL FTG OF BLACK PRESS IN AMERICA. INTV W/ JOHN SENGSTACKE, PUBLISHER OF THE: CHICAGO DEFENDER. SAYS UNTIL THE NEGRO / BLACK MOVES INTO THE MAINSTREAM OF AMERICAN LIFE, THERE WILL BE A NEED FOR A NEGRO PRESS.
PRESIDENTAL CITIZENS MEDALS
CLINTON MAKES REMARKS AND PRESENTS PRESIDENTAIL CITIZENS MEDALS TO 28 PEOPLE, INCLUDING HANK AARON AND MUHAMAD ALI. (WHITE HOUSE / HEAD-ON) January 8, 2001 Clinton presents Presidential Citizens Medals South Lawn Pavilion R 6 head-on 15:31:14 Clinton: thank you very much... 15:31:43 pull back to very wide of the room 15:32:03 thank the us ... (applause) yesterday Hillary and chelsea and I went to foundry Methodist church. .1 had many anticipations, returned to commercial travel 15:32:42 and I further anticipated, whenever I walked into large room, I would be lost 15:33:31 a revolutionary proposition, people have common ideals ... democracy based solely on the strength of its citizens ... only by doing so together for the common good, 15:34:02 today we honor citizens who made contributions for the common good ... among our nation's highest civilian honor the citizen's medal is a symbol of our gratitude as a people for those have performed exemplary courage for others 15:34:39 will ask my military aide to present the medals 15:34:48 every baseball fan knows Hank Aaron holds more medals than any other ball player 15:35:00 the night hank aaron broke babe ruth's homerun record,lefta mark on far more than baseball 15:35:34 in chasing his dream ... done what they could to give young people more tools ... Hank Aaron you are an American hero and we salute you 15:35:59 Clinton giving medal to Hank Aaron 15:36:24 because he could sting like a butterfly, float like a bee .... along the way he captured the world's imagination and his heart, fought for a just and more humane world, breaking down barriers here in America and the world ... had their hearts swell with pride in 1996 when Ali light the Olympic torch ... we know now and forever he is the greatest 15:37:22 Clinton embraces Ali ... gives him his award 15:38:33 today we honor Juan Andrade, Jr for giving so many more Americans for giving them a voice ... gets his medal 15:38:59 Ruby Bridges... 15:42:55 Ronald H. Brovrn... 15:43:40 Don Cameron receives medal 15:43:54 Sister Carol Coston... 15:44:03 push in on Clinton at podium 15:45:05 Sister Coston receives her medal 15:45:14 Archibald Cox... 15:45:40 fighting for labor rights... 15:46:09 Archibald Cox receives his medal, shakes hands with the president 15:46:27 Charles DeLisi... 15:48:00 DeLisi receives award from president 15:48:12 Jack Greenberg ... spread of civil rights across the globe, been at the center of the action 15:49:07 Greenberg has truly lived and lifted the lives of others 15:49:17 Greenberg receives award 15:49:32 David Ho...used puppets to act out stories ... everybody knew young David was bright 15:50:29 David Ho receives award 15:50:47 1. King Jordan ... Gallaudet University, president ... been a very good friend to this president 15:52:04 thank you president Jordan, Jordan receives his award 15:52:26 Anthony Lewis... 15:53:39 Tony Lewis receives his medal 15:53:59 Irene Morgan ... battling an enemy at home ... Jim Crow 15:55:15 Irene Morgan gets her award 15:56:00 Constance Baker Motley gets her award 15:57:17 Helen Rodriguez-Trias 15:57:32 Rodriguez-Trias gets her medal 15:57:49 Rep. Roybal 15:58:39 Roybal'sdaughterreceivesherfather'saward 15:59:05 Robert Rubin ... to head my economic team, establish an economic council ... helped to balance the nation's books and priorities 16:00:53 thank you Bob Rubin Rubin gets his award 16:01:19 Sen. Rudman... 16:04:3 8 award for Ruff 16:04:45 Rabbi Arthur Schneier encouraged interfaith dialogue, served an international envoy, thank you for all the work you have done for me to promote religious liberty 16:05:47 Rabbi S. gets award 16:07:13 Segal... 16:08:08 Segal gets award 16:08:22 John Seiberling... 16:09:20 gets his award 16:09:41 Sengstacke... 16:10:09 his son receives his father's award 16:10:35 Rev. Shuttlesworth 16:11:17 receives his award 16:11:41 Elizabeth Taylor poses with her for award 16:13:19 Marion Wiesel 16:14:13 receives her award 16:14:28 Patrisha Wright 16:15:40 Wright receives award 16:16:00 we thank you for joining us to honor these remarkable people, some famous and some are not until today 16:16:15 some of them had their service thrust upon them by circumstance, others chose the path ... about our country, its history and what is most encouraging about the future, they remind us once again something I need to remember, the greatest title is that citizen 16:17:24 Clinton walks among people on stage, shaking hands 16:18:25 Clinton walks off stage, shakes hand of crowds... 16:18:35 head shot 16:18:52 Clinton walks thru people in audience 16:19:05 Clinton walks thru room, waves, leaving 16:19:17 shakes some hands, leaving room 16:20:05 Elizabeth Taylor helped off stage by marine