Series:NY Herald Tribune World Youth Forum

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The NY Herald Tribune World Youth Forum is a series of films hosted by Person:Helen Hiett Waller, a white adult, with teenage panels "from around the world." The panels feature four older children selected by the NY Herald Tribune, using a variety of criteria, including physical attractiveness and ability to speak English.

The series endeavors to discuss prejudice, with a primary focus being to assert false equivalence between white supremacy and efforts to resist systemic oppression. Subjects include: "Prejudice against America," "Prejudice against Great Britain," "Is prejudice bad?," and "Why aren't the people subjugated by colonialism more polite to us?"

Young Worlds

Young Worlds is a series produced by WCBS-TV from 1959 and later rebranded as World We Want by WOR-TV.

The World We Want

Not in order

See Also

New York Herald Tribune World Youth Forum