Popular Culture and Youth Violence
Dr. Poussaint, an author and a consultant to corporations, government and the media, discussed popular culture and its effects on… read more
Dr. Poussaint, an author and a consultant to corporations, government and the media, discussed popular culture and its effects on American families and race relations. The lecture, titled "Does Popular Culture and Consumerism Promote Youth Violence?", was the opening event for Black History Month activities at the Smithsonian Institution. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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- Steven Newsome Director Anacostia Museum and Ctr. for African American History and Culture
- Alvin F. Poussaint M.D. Professor Harvard University->Psychiatry
- Robin Thomas Chair Smithsonian Institution->Black History Month Planning Cmte.
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