Women and the world in the 1980s was a series produced and broadcast on WBAI from 1981-1984, focusing on the history of women of color and third world women. Hosts included Barbara Omolade, Blanche Wiesen Cooke, and more.
This is a series of lectures delivered at the Medical Consequences of Nuclear War symposium organized by Physicians for Social Responsibility. Recorded by KPFK at the University of California, Los Angeles on October 31, 1981.
Contents: reel 1. Helen Caldicott -- reel 2. John Kenneth Galbraith on economic consequences -- reel 3. H. Jack Geiger on the medical consequences -- reel 4. Gene La Rocque on how a nuclear war might start -- reel 5. Judd Marmor on the psychological effects -- reel 6. Victor Sidel on the effects of arms race on health care. KZ1090.01-KZ1090.06
From February 27, 1973 to May 8, 1973, American Indian Movement (AIM) leaders, organizers, and supporters joined forces with Oglala Sioux and seized control of Wounded Knee, on Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. The occupation, led mainly by Russell Means and Carter Camp, was executed to protest the corrupt governance of Dick Wilson over Pine Ridge Reservation, and to urge the U.S.
George Jackson, one of the Soledad Brothers, was killed in San Quentin prison on August 21, 1971, three days before his trial for the 1970 murder of prison guard John Mills was to commence. Once the news got out, KPFA reporters rushed to San Quentin to start reporting on the scene.
part 1: Interview with George Jackson, July 28, 1971 -- part 2: KPFA news update, leading with the report of George Jackson's death -- part 3: San Quentin press conference, August 21, 1971 -- part 4: Roundtable discussion of reporters who had been at San Quentin and at Marin General Hospital earlier that day, Saturday, August 21, 1971, plus a phone-in interview with Bessie Phillips, mother
All reels have been digitized. See each part's record for ordering information.
Series record for "The Women's School." Producer Nanette Rainone introduces the series "The Women's School" in the first episode BC0981.01.
Series record for KPFA's Consciousness-Raising series, 4 episodes (BC1087.01-.04). Produced by Jan Legnitto and broadcast on KPFA approximately every other Wednesday at 12:30PM between June 21 and October 18, 1972.
This 12-part series was produced by the Pacifica Radio Archives in 2002, featuring the world-renowned activist and physician Dr. Helen Caldicott. Programs feature highlights from Dr. Caldicott's career and her struggle to save the planet from nuclear disaster from 1970-2002, and interviews with specialists such as Michael Parenti, Julia Butterfly HIll, Noam Chomsky, and others. Dr.
Episode 01: Highlights from the past 32 years of Dr. Caldicott's career and struggle to save the planet from nuclear disaster. Episode 02: Excerpts of speeches by Dr. Caldicott from 1992 to 2002. Episode 03: Includes Dr. Michael Parenti; Chief Seattle; KPFA's Kris Welsh with Dr. Caldicott.
This is a series of thirteen half-hour programs re-examining the Amendments to the Constitution of the United States of America that are explored in the award-winning series PZ0047 Bill of Rights Radio Education Project. The Bicentennial edition of the Bill of Rights Radio Education Project is produced by Adi Gevins, and the series is a Corporation for Public Broadcasting award-winner.
Four talks by Nathaniel Branden on the life and work of Ayn Rand, including Moral Revolution in Atlas Shrugged.
Reel 1. 1960-03-16; 1960-03-30 (60 min.) ; Reel 2. 1960-04-13 ; 1960-04-27 (60 min.). First folio entry and tape boxes labeled "Nathaniel Brandon".
Series record for Great women series. BROADCAST: KPFA, 1979.
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