The HistoryMakers video oral history with Clarence Page.

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Bibliographic Details
Imprint:Chicago, Illinois : The HistoryMakers, [2016]
Description:1 online resource (15 video files (7 hr., 2 min., 18 sec.)) : sound, color.
Language:English
Subject:Page, Clarence, -- 1947- -- Interviews.
Page, Clarence, -- 1947-
African Americans -- Interviews.
African Americans.
Internet videos.
Interviews.
Nonfiction films.
Oral histories.
Oral histories.
Internet videos.
Nonfiction films.
Format: E-Resource Video Streaming Video
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/11313187
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Varying Form of Title:History Makers video oral history with Clarence Page
Clarence Page
Other authors / contributors:Page, Clarence, 1947- interviewee.
Crowe, Larry F., interviewer.
Hickey, Matthew, director of photography.
HistoryMakers (Video oral history collection), production company.
Sound characteristics:digital
Digital file characteristics:video file
Notes:Videographer, Matthew Hickey.
Larry Crowe, interviewer.
Recorded Washington, District of Columbia 2010 June 28.
Recorded Washington, District of Columbia 2012 March 7.
Recorded Takoma Park, Maryland 2014 May 22.
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Summary:News columnist Clarence Page was born in Dayton, Ohio on June 2, 1947. In 1969, he received his B.S. degree in journalism from Ohio University. After graduation, he joined the Chicago Tribune as a reporter. Serving briefly in the military, Page returned to the Tribune in 1971, and the following year, he participated in a Chicago Tribune Task Force series on voter fraud that won the Pulitzer Prize for Local, General or Spot News Reporting. In 1976, he became a foreign correspondent in Africa. For his overseas reporting, he won the Edward Scott Beck Award. From 1980 to 1984, Page worked for WBBM-TV (a CBS affiliate) in Chicago. He then returned to the Tribune as a columnist and member of the editorial board. In 1987, his column was syndicated nationally. In 1989, Page's column won the Pulitzer Prize for Commentary. In 1992, he was inducted into the Chicago Journalism Hall of Fame.