Erin Blakemore, smithsonianmag.com [includes video]
"The American Negro' [JB - sic single apostrophe in text; see] shares stories of black surgeons, mothers and workers
They were surgeons, journalists, mothers. They were car salesmen and bank tellers. They were architects and diplomats, children and adults. They were black Americans of the 1960s, and some of their stories are being shared after preservationists at the National Archives' Motion Picture Preservation Lab recently digitized and patched together a never-completed film.