Charles "Chiz" Schultz collection 1968-1990
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Born to immigrant parents in Harlem on March 1, 1927, Harry Belafonte spent much of his youth in his mother's home country of Jamaica. Though difficult, life in Jamaica was full of rich cultural experiences that influenced Belafonte's art. At the beginning of World War II, Belafonte returned to Harlem with his mother and brother. He had trouble integrating into the new environment and later dropped out of high school to join the U.S. Navy. After Belafonte was honorably discharged, he went bac...
Les blancs was one of two plays Lorraine Hansberry left uncompleted at the time of her death in 1965. Her former husband, Robert Nemiroff, finished the play from her notes, and it received its first New York production in 1970. From the description of Les blancs / by Lorraine Hansberry, 1998. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 669990123 Lorraine Hansberry, African-American playwright, writer and activist, is best known for her play, "A Raisin in the Sun." Born i...
Founded in 1944 to enhance the quality of education by providing financial assistance to deserving students, raising operating funds for member colleges and universities, and increasing access to technology for students and faculty at historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs). From the description of Statistical reports, 1986-1988. (Benedict College). WorldCat record id: 70967588 Research Dept. was established in 1968 to gather and disseminate information about Un...
A producer for film and television, Charles Hamilton "Chiz" Schultz's career spans over forty years. He is best known for his work in television and as a producer of films featuring African Americans. Schultz began his career in show business as a stage manager, actor and producer with various summer stock companies from 1946-1953. After graduating from Princeton University in 1954, he was employed by television networks, eventually producing specials, such as "The Judy Garland Show...