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The 51st State
Unemployment
Episode #202

Episode Description
Dan Klugherz's ?The Great Black Hope? reports on the damaging effects of unemployment, especially as it affects Harlem?s ghetto youth. ?Edwin Weisl Speaks Out,? produced by A. J. Mikhitarian, is a profile of Edwin Weisl, former New York City Parks Commissioner, who was critical of the Beame administration for what he termed its excessive use of patronage.

Subjects
Unemployment -- Harlem -- New York (N.Y.)
Profile -- Weisl, Edwin

Type/Genre
News

Copyright Holder
Educational Broadcasting Corporation

Director
Colgan, Mick

Executive Producer
Hyatt, Gordon

Producer(s)
Sharon, Diane M. (as Senior Producer)
Klugherz, Dan (as Producer/Reporter, The Great Black Hope)
Mikhitarian, A. J. (as Producer, Edwin Weisl Speaks Out)

Host(s)
Davis, Crane
Sherr, Lynn

Other Credits
Bunin, Elinor (as Title Design)
Chumbley, Leonard (Technical Director)
Foresta, Tony (as Film Camera, The Great Black Hope)
Garris, Raenelle (as Researcher, The Great Black Hope)
Hutkoff, Hal (Production Manager)
Johnpoll, Leona (as Reporter, Edwin Weisl Speaks Out)
Mikhitarian, Craig (as Researcher, Edwin Weisl Speaks Out)
Nolan, John (Lighting Director)
Ortiz Jr., Eulogio (Associate Director)
Pellegrino, Mike (The Great Black Hope)
Schaef, Nancy E. K. (Associate Producer)
Tatge, Catherine A. (as Production Assistant)

Formats
Digital Beta
DVD
VHS

Reference Number
ARC-FFS-29


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