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American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982

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TZ0028 It's your body / by Dr. Niels Lauersen interviewed by Clara Kern

Producer Clara Kern interviews Dr. Niels Lauersen on the responsibility and prerogatives of...

American Women -- Health KPFT, October 1982.
TZ0031 Ozark rap: experiences of women in the mid 1930s to the 1960s / produced by Clara Kern

This is an episode of Clara Kern's special series "Ozark rap." In this program...

American Women -- Women's history KPFT, July 1981 and November 1984? (see folio)
TZ0080 Jane Fonda and the Indochina Peace Campaign in Houston

Aircheck of an interview with Jane Fonda of the Indochina Peace Campaign, along with Bob...

American Women -- Vietnam conflict KPFT, October 16, 1973
TZ0083 KPFT Special Women's Day program (1987)

This tape contains several clips of readings of women's literature or speeches to be used...

American Women -- Authors and journalists, American Women -- Feminism KPFT, March 8, 1987
WZ0002.01 Discrimination at work: federal workers and equal opportunity

On whether the federal government has successfully implemented its own equal opportunity program...

American Women -- Women of Color and discrimination WPFW, Mar. 20, 1977 and KPFA, May 1, 1978
WZ0002.02 Labor fights for the ERA

This episode of "Them and Us" is asking "Should labor unions support ERA (Equal...

American Women -- Equal Rights Amendment (ERA), American Women -- Work and unions WPFW, January 19, 1978
WZ0014 Among all this, you stand like a fine brownstone : Gwendolyn Brooks / produced by Taliba Holliday.

Poet Gwendolyn Brooks (1917 - 2000), the first Black woman to win the Pulitzer Prize for poetry...

American Women -- Poetry, American Women -- Women of Color and discrimination, American Women -- Theater WPFW, 1977; 2 Feb. 1978.
WZ0019 Changes / written and read by Denise Oliver.

This program features a reading of the short story "Changes" by author Denise Oliver, former...

American Women -- Authors and journalists, American Women -- Women of Color and discrimination WPFW, Apr. 1976.
WZ0020 Three women poets / Gabrielle Edgcomb, Barbara Lefcowitz, and Lee Howard

This episode of The poet and the poem focuses on three women poets: Gabrielle Edgcomb (1926-1996...

American Women -- Poetry WPFW, Sept. 26, 1976.
WZ0027 Back Alley Theatre / Naomi Eftes and Elaine Heffernan interviewed by Ree Austin

Naomi Eftis and Elaine Heffernan, two local Washington, D. C. artists and housewives, discuss...

American Women -- Art and artists, American Women -- Theater WPFW, Mar. 31, 1977.
WZ0031 Four women poets / Diana Vance, Nefretete, Deirdra Baldwin, and Ann Leffler ; interviewed by Grace Cavalieri

Host Grace Cavalieri interviews four women poets: Diana Vance, Nefretete[sp?], Deirdra Baldwin,...

American Women -- Poetry WPFW, Sept. 17, 1976.
WZ0046 Of Woman Born by Adrienne Rich / reviewed by Doris Grumbach and Carolyn Kizer.

Review of Adrienne Rich's book "Of Woman Born" by Doris Grumbach and Carolyn...

American Women -- Authors and journalists WPFW, Dec. 4, 1976.
WZ0047 Harlan county USA / Nancy Barker and Hart Perry

Barry Parker from WPFW's Film Exchange interviews Nancy Barker and Hart Perry, respectively...

American Women -- Work and unions, American Women -- Film and television WPFW, 28 Mar. 1977.
WZ0049 Four local Washington, D.C. poets / interviews by Hazel Robinson

"A poet is -- a diary of the soul." Thus begins one of Hazel Robinson's poems and...

American Women -- Poetry WPFW, Oct. 19, 1976.
WZ0050 A blind blues street singer / Flora Molton ; interviewed by Natalie Reuss.

Interview with Flora Molton, blind blues street-singer of the Washington, D.C. area. Flora tells...

American Women -- Music and musicians WPFW, Sept. 1976.
WZ0052 Interview with Maureen Owen, publisher of Telephone Books and Telephone magazine; interviewed by Doug Lang.

Modest discussion, low key, of the background and publishing career of Maureen Owen. There is...

American Women -- Poetry WPFW, Jan. 1977.
WZ0065 Geology, sexism and racism / produced by Rich Pollack.

The field of geology has long been considered a club with the petro, coal and mining companies....

American Women -- Work and unions WPFW, June 7, 1977.
WZ0090 Heliotrope : a woman's magazine / Mary Bailey ; interviewed by Sandra Porter

Sandra Porter interviews Mary Bailey, co-founder of the feminist publication "Heliotrope....

American Women -- Authors and journalists WPFW, May 27, 1977.
WZ0094 Sexual assault / produced by Sophie's Parlor Media Collective.

On sexism, racism and rape; focus on the cases of Inez Garcia and Joan Little. Host Del Dobbins...

American Women -- Violence against women WPFW, July 15, 1977 and February 6, 1978
WZ0101 Washington Area Feminist Theatre.

On this episode of the Survival Clearing House for the Arts, host Naomi Eftis interviews Mary...

American Women -- Theater WPFW, 10? Aug. 1977
WZ0109 A woman artist speaks / Joyce Scott ; interviewed by Naomi Eftis and Elaine Heffernan.

Artist Joyce J. Scott (b. 1948) talks about how she became an artist, and about creating and...

American Women -- Art and artists WPFW, July 27?, 1977.
WZ0117 Blacks and the Washington D.C. ballet / Claire Haywood; interviewed by Naomi Eftis and Elaine Heffernan.

Hosts Naomi Eftis and Elaine Heffernan interview Claire Haywood (d. 1978), artistic director of...

American Women -- Dance, American Women -- Women of Color and discrimination WPFW, May 9, 1977.
WZ0119 It only hurts when you laugh / Robin Tyler; produced by Sophie's Parlor Media Collective.

Feminist comedian Robin Tyler discusses her comedy, including her work as one-half of the comedy...

American Women -- Comedians, American Women -- Lesbians, American Women -- Feminism WPFW, 6 Jul. 1977.
WZ0122 The Presswomen / produced by Sophie's Parlor Media Collective

Del Dobbins interviews Ilona O'Sullivan[sp?], Alice Arvin[sp?], Mary Duggan, wives of...

American Women -- Relatives of notable men WPFW, 1977?
WZ0123 Union Maids / Vicky Starr aka Stella Nowicki; produced by Sophie's Parlor Media Collective.

Interview with Vicky Starr (1916-2009), featured as "Stella Nowicki" in the...

American Women -- Work and unions WPFW, 15 April 1977
WZ0124 To create love with dry eyes: an interview with June Jordan by Deborah Morris.

Poet, essayist, and novelist June Jordan is interviewed by author Deborah Morris. The two...

American Women -- Authors and journalists, American Women -- Lesbians, American Women -- Women of Color and discrimination WPFW, Aug. 9, 1977.
WZ0130 The growth of jazz / Betty Carter ; interviewed by Ed Love.

Jazz singer Betty Carter (1930-1998) discusses her life, her music, and the changes in jazz...

American Women -- Music and musicians WPFW, ca. 1977
WZ0164 Bernadette Devlin speech on Northern Ireland

Bernadette Devlin (b. 1947), a leader of the Catholic Civil Rights movement in the late 1960s,...

American Women -- International women WPFW, ca. 1977
WZ0173 Simplemente Jenny / Helena Solberg and Melanie Maholick ; interviewed by Ron Sutton and Pam Peabody.

Latin American film director Helena Solberg-Ladd and editor Melanie Maholick, discuss their...

American Women -- International women, American Women -- Film and television WPFW, May 31, 1977.
WZ0176 I Never Promised You a Rose Garden / Kathleen Quinlan ; interviewed by Barry Parker.

Kathleen Quinlan (b. 1954), star of the film "I Never Promised You a Rose Garden,"...

American Women -- Film and television WPFW, Aug. 23, 1977.
WZ0185 A Retrospective on radical feminism / produced by Moira Rankin and Deborah George.

A documentary that looks at the development of ideas that shaped the radical women's...

American Women -- Radical Feminism WPFW, 1980.
WZ0194 The artist as entrepreneur / Rosemary E. Reed Miller ; interviewed by Elaine Heffernan.

Rosemary E. Reed Miller, owner and president of an accessory and clothing store, Toast and...

American Women -- Art and artists, American Women -- Work and unions WPFW, May 19, 1981.
WZ0210 Black music / Ntozake Shange and Thulani Davis ; interviewed by Joan Thornell.

Joan Thornell interviews Ntozake Shange (1948 - ), poet and playwright, and Thulani Davis (1949...

American Women -- Music and musicians WPFW, May 3, 1977.
WZ0255.01 Interview with Mamie Williams

This July is WPFW's tribute to women month, and Upstream is celebrating with programs about...

American Women -- Religion, American Women -- Women of Color and discrimination WPFW, July 22, 1981
WZ0255.02 Black women of achievement: Stephanie Colbert Hopkins

Interview with Stephanie Colbert Hopkins, president of Star Step, Inc, a public relations firm....

American Women -- Women of Color and discrimination WPFW, July 7, 1981
WZ0255.04 Miss Black America 1980

This episode of Upstream features Sharon Wright, Miss Black America 1980. Wright was the...

American Women -- Women of Color and discrimination WPFW, July 20, 1981
WZ0255.05 National Association of Colored Women's Clubs (Girls) Inc.

This episode of Upstream is on the National Association of Colored Women's (and Girls...

American Women -- Women of Color and discrimination WPFW, July 23, 1981
WZ0255.06 Women in Washington, D.C.

This episode of Upstream is on women and dating in Washington, D.C. Topics covered include...

American Women -- Anthropology and societal role WPFW, August 8, 1981
WZ0255.07 Michelle Parkerson

This episode of Upstream features filmmaker and poet Michelle Parkerson who talks about the...

American Women -- Film and television, American Women -- Poetry WPFW, October 8, 1981
WZ0255.08 Mary Jefferson

This episode of Upstream is on Mary Jefferson (1927 - 2002), a jazz and blues singer popular in...

American Women -- Music and musicians WPFW, November 11, 1981
WZ0256 Clips of women's voices and issues

Tape labeled "Women's" and contains a list of clips related to the women's...

American Women -- Reproductive rights, American Women -- Activists WPFW, ca. 1979-12-20/1983-01-22?
WZ0258 Caribbean poets festival: Gail Nichols

This is a recording of poetry by Gail Nichols from the Caribbean Poets Festival. Poems read...

American Women -- Poetry WBAI?, 197?
WZ0268 Reading of the short story, "Changes" by author Denise Oliver

Reading of short story "Changes" by author Denise Oliver / Produced by WPFW, Broadcast on KPFA....

American Women -- Authors and journalists, American Women -- Women of Color and discrimination KPFA, 3 May 1976
WZ0288 We regret to inform you: a radio drama by Grace Cavalieri

This radio drama was written by Grace Cavalieri, directed by Dorothy Biondi [sp?], and consists...

American Women -- Theater WPFW, 1978
WZ0290 Kids talk about drugs / produced by Pamela Brooks

A Washington D.C. Public Schools Radio Project with several children (mostly Black) from Savoy...

American Women -- Parenting and children WPFW, January 21, 1972
WZ0293 Black women and liberation movements conference (Part 2 only)

Listening Post: Highlights from the "Black Women and Liberation Movements" Conference...

American Women -- Authors and journalists WPFW, November 26, 1979
WZ0295.01 Visions: sculptor Altina interviewed by Pam Peabody

WPFW's Visions, a series on visual arts, features an interview with Altina (Schinasi),...

American Women -- Art and artists WPFW, November 4, 1978
WZ0299 Coal country women / produced by Mary Kasamatsu

This is a three-part series on women in Appalachia in the 1970s: mining disasters, their lives...

American Women -- Work and unions WPFW, 1982; KPFA, June 5, 19, 26, 1982
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