Dynamics of Desegregation, which aired in 1962 and 1963, was a 15-part “intensive study of race relations in the United States.” Harvard psychology professor, Thomas F. Pettigrew, hosted the series. It “looks at the historical, political, psychological, personal and cultural aspects of segregation,” with a particular emphasis on the South. This is an archival release from THIRTEEN.
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