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This Year, Next Year

Synopsis

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The problem of Race
South Africa August 1976
1976 was the year Dr Kissinger moved to avert race war in Africa; when Rhodesia's whites accepted black power as inevitable; when America's blacks helped put a white southerner into the White House; and Britain's blacks fought with police in the streets of London.
The BBC's Foreign Correspondents tonight tackle the world-wide problem of race; not just the tension between blacks and whites, but between other races too.
How do other countries treat their immigrants? Do laws bring races together? Can laws keep races apart? Is the Southern African struggle about skin colour or political complexion? With
Charles Wheeler David Sells and Michael Charlton and film reports from our correspondents in Japan, Brazil, Malaysia, Burma, USA, Holland, Africa and Israel.
Producer PAUL NORRIS Editor GEORGE CARET

Contributors

Unknown: Charles Wheeler
Unknown: David Sells
Unknown: Michael Charlton
Producer: Paul Norris
Editor: George Caret






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