Race Prejudice and Discrimination: Readings in Intergroup Relations in the United States

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Suggestions for Further Study

A. Films
There are a number of good short films on the subject of prejudice. Some can be borrowed at no cost, or at nominal cost, from the National Conference of Christians and Jews. This organization has local representatives and its national office is at 381 Fourth Avenue, New York 16.The post war years have seen the release of several excellent full-length films dramatizing the problems of minorities. The better ones are:

"Gentleman's Agreement"--on discrimination against Jews.

"Lost Boundaries"--on the problems of Negro "passing."

"Home of the Brave"--on a Negro's sensitiveness to prejudice.

"The Quiet One"--a documentary on the rehabilitation of a Negro slum child.

"No Way Out"--on the harm done by a Negro-hater to both Negroes and fellow whites.


B. Literature
The American Council on Education ( 744 Jackson Place, Washington 6, D. C.) will provide annotated lists of graded fiction. For current popular and "general scientific" nonfiction, the articles and review sections of Common Ground, Commentary, The Catholic World, The Crisis, The American Indian and Phylon magazines are valuable.
The American Indian, 48 East 86th Street, New York 28, New York.
Catholic World, 411 West 59th Street, New York 19, New York.
Common Ground, 20 West 40th Street, New York 18, New York.
Commentary, 34 West 33rd Street, New York 1, New York.
Phylon: Atlanta University, Atlanta, Georgia.
The Crisis, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, 20 West 40th Street, New York 18, New York.

More specialized and scientific are the Journal of Negro Education (Howard University, Washington, D. C.), The Journal of Negro History (1538 Ninth Street N. W., Washington, D. C.) and the YIVO Annual of Jewish Social Science (535 West 123rd Street, New York 27, New York). An excellent annotated periodical listing of all serious literature (especially the scientific literature) on the subject of intergroup relations is the Inventory of Research in Racial and Cultural Relations, published quarterly by the Committee on Education, Training, and Research in Race Relations of the University of Chicago, in co-operation with the American Council on Race Relations ( 4901 Ellis Avenue, Chicago 15, Illinois). For research on Catholic problems, theses done at the Catholic University of America ( Washington, D. C.) are especially valuable. The annual listing of all theses in sociology published each July by the American Journal of Sociology is a good reference for unpublished research ( 1126 East 59th Street, Chicago 37, Illinois).

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