Black on Black, a 90 minute documentary told without a narrator depicting how it feels to be black and live in South Central Los Angeles. First broadcast in July, 1968, CBS in Los Angeles. Reprint: September, 1968. Awards: Winner of six major awards including the Edward R. Murrow Award for “distinguished television reporting and best documentary”; the Greater Los Angeles Press Club's Best Documentary; Radio Television News Directors' Association's Golden Mike, Western Region best documentary; Associated Press Certificate of Excellence; NAACP Image Award, and National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Regional Emmy. One critic wrote: “The best documentary ever made on what it feels like to be black and live in the urban ghetto.” The documentary is considered one of the seminal television documentaries on African-Americans.