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[Letter from William B. Ray to Mario Marcel Salas - December 9, 1974]

Description: Letter from William B. Ray, chief of the Complaints and Compliance Division of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), to Mario Marcel Salas, president of the Black Coalition on Mass Media. The letter was sent in response to a formal complaint filed by Mr. Marcel over a failed negotiation with KAPE radio, a San Antonio-based radio station. However, it appears that Mr. Ray did not receive a specific enough complaint, and explains the course of action that needs to occur before the FCC gets involved.
Date: December 9, 1974
Creator: Ray, William B.

[Letter from Nolan A. Bowie to Mario Marcel Salas - November 20, 1974]

Description: Letter from Nolan A. Bowie to Mario Marcel Salas, president of the Black Coalition on Mass Media (BCMM). He writes to share his opinion on the dispute that developed between BCMM and KAPE radio, and as to whether or not the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) would consider his petition to deny the radio station a license renewal. He doesn't think it will go far, but encourages Mr. Salas to not give up.
Date: November 20, 1974
Creator: Bowie, Nolan A.

[Letter of Complaint from Mario Marcel Salas to William B. Ray - November 13, 1974]

Description: Letter from Mario Marcel Salas, president of the Black Coalition on Mass Media (BCMM), to William B. Ray of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). He is writing to file a formal complaint against WOAI TV and KAPE radio for neglecting to provide equal and adequate coverage of a press conference held by the BCMM. The event is seen as one in a long line of attempts made to discredit the black community.
Date: November 13, 1974
Creator: Salas, Mario Marcel

[Black Coalition on Mass Media Press Statement]

Description: Press statement released by the Black Coalition on Mass Media, a San Antonio civil rights organization with the intent to better how the mass media represents and interacts with the African-American community. The statement explains their basic purpose and goes on to specify a particular grievance with KAPE radio, which they see as exploitative and damaging.
Date: October 30, 1974

[Letter from Roberto R. Anguiano to Media Outlets - October 28, 1974]

Description: Letter from Roberto R. Anguiano, project coordinator at the Bilingual Bicultural Coalition on Mass Media. As an ally and close partner with the Black Coalition on Mass Media (BCMM), Anguiano has sent out a notice of an upcoming news conference held by the BCMM to discuss their reasons behind denying local San Antonio radio station - KAPE radio - a license renewal.
Date: October 28, 1974
Creator: Anguiano, Roberto R.

[Letter from Mario Marcel Salas to William B. Ray - October 12, 1974]

Description: Letter from Mario Marcel Salas, chairman of the Black Coalition on Mass Media(BCMM), to William B. Ray of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). The letter was sent as a formal complaint to the FCC after a local radio station in San Antonio - KAPE radio - refused to meet with the BCMM to discuss the disregard they had shown towards the African-American community.
Date: October 12, 1974
Creator: Salas, Mario Marcel

United Negro College Fund Newsletter, Volume 4, Number 3, September 27, 1974

Description: Front page of the September 27, 1974 edition of the United Negro College Fund Newsletter. The page features four articles, including three about the national organization of The Links, Inc. The first article discusses a large donation by The Links, Inc. to the fund; another article introduces Pauline Ellison as the new president of The Links, Inc.; and a third article announces a fund raising event hosted by The Links, Inc. on behalf of the fund. The fourth article on the page describes an event in honor of Duke Ellington.
Date: September 27, 1974
Creator: United Negro College Fund. Department of Communications.

[Alabama-Coushatta Food Booth]

Description: Slide of two women of the Alabama-Coushatta tribe at a food that serves barbecued beef and sassafras tea in the Indian Village of the Texas Folklife Festival. They are wearing Native American accessories and jewelry. There are bins in front of them on a table with the food.
Date: [1974-09-12..1974-09-15]

[Alabama-Coushatta Women Fry Bread]

Description: Slide of three Alabama-Coushatta women preparing food for their booth at the Texas Folklife Festival. One woman on the left checks on bread frying in a pot. Two girls on the right are dressed in traditional garbs and watch the woman work. The girl on the far right pulls at dough in a large container.
Date: [1974-09-12..1974-09-15]

[Alamo Heights Fire Pumper Display]

Description: Slide of three boys playing at Alamo Heights Fire Pumper Display at the Texas Folklife Festival. The pumper has a long nose where the engine sits, a bench and a horn on the right. Two boys are standing on the left side of it while one it sitting in it. The display was sponsored by the Transportation Museum of San Antonio
Date: [1974-09-12..1974-09-15]

[Ameleb Club Operating the Lebanese Food Booth]

Description: Slide of the Ameleb Club members cooking and operating the Lebanese food booth at the Texas Folklife Festival. A woman on the left is stirring a large pot. To her left are many food items on sticks and to her left is a man cooking the food items on sticks on a grill. There is also another man to the right with his back turned in the background who is also cooking to same food items.
Date: [1974-09-12..1974-09-15]