James Baldwin on his discovery of racism in the Harlem ghetto

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James Baldwin on his discovery of racism in the Harlem ghetto

James Baldwin on his discovery of racism in the Harlem ghetto

Black American writer James BALDWIN evokes his childhood in the Harlem ghetto. He recounts the discovery of his skin colour and racism through the insults of young white boys: "one begins to wonder if one does not deserve this condemnation, and this is where the drama begins, when one begins to despise oneself".

Publication date : 20 July 1972

Reference:
I20157639
Credits:
Producteur: Office National De Radiodiffusion Télévision Française   -   Director : Poitou, Gérard  -  Journalist : Guilbert, Danièle  -  Producer : Gilbert, Marc  -  Producer : Legris, Jacques  -  Participant : Baldwin, James
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Italics   -   Producteur: Office National De Radiodiffusion Télévision Française
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Reference:I20157639

Credits:Director : Poitou, Gérard-Journalist : Guilbert, Danièle-Producer : Gilbert, Marc-Producer : Legris, Jacques-Participant : Baldwin, James

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