Pacifica Radio Archives - 200 Voices 4 GB USB Jump Drive

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This 4GB USB jump drive features over 200 voices selected from the wealth of historic recordings held within the vault of the Pacifica Radio Archives. Approximately 180 hours of audio.

Civil Rights: James Baldwin; We Shall Overcome (civil rights documentary); Freedom Now! (civil rights documentary); Remembering Cesar Chavez; A Feminist Journey; Celebrating Martin Luther King, Jr.; Forty Years of Ossie Davis; The Power of African American Women

United States History: An American Soldier; George Carlin, Pacifica, and the F.C.C.; The Free Speech Movement; Rachel Carson and Silent Spring; Meet Ralph Nader; Gore Vidal; Upton Sinclair: Changing America; Betty Friedan

Arts and Literatur: Allen Ginsberg’s Howl; film critic Pauline Kael; Henry Miller; Jim Morrison, Poet; The Coltrane Legacy; Women in Film; Kurt Vonnegut; Woody Guthrie: Better World a Comin’; French Filmmaker Jean Renoir; Hitchcock and Hollywood

1968 – 40th Anniversary: Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet 1968; The 1968 Columbia University Student Strike; The Paris Student Uprising; The Poor People’s Campaign; The Mexican American Experience; Robert F. Kennedy; A Night in Chicago: 1968 DNC; 1968 Year in Review Documentary

Women’s Studies: Margaret Mead –Anthropologist; Emma Goldman; June Jordan; Helen Caldicott; Women’s Poetry and Prose; Molly Ivins; Dolores Huerta; Women of the World; Miriam Makeba Tribute; Bella Abzug

Environment: Global Meltdown; Hiroshima; Rachel Carson; No Nukes Reunion; Spinning Disaster; Helen Caldicott; Linus Pauling; Edward Teller

The Malcolm X Collection: The Ballot or the Bullet (Detroit, 1964); Black Muslims vs. The Sit-ins (Malcolm X and James Baldwin, 1961); Prospects for Freedom (Militant Labor Forum, 1965); Friends and Enemies, (February, 1965); Speech on the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party (Atlantic City, 1964); John Henrik Clarke on Malcolm X

Noam Chomsky Celebration
The Crisis in Iraq: Understanding U.S. Motives Behind Sanctions and Confrontation (Boston, 1999); Speech on US. Foreign Policy and Its Effects (1998); The Media and the New World Disorder (1993); The New World Order (1991); Veteran’s Day with Noam Chomsky (1991); The Media as Propaganda (Santa Barbara, 1988); Town Hall Against the Draft / Noam Chomsky and Robert Bly (New York City, 1968); Noam Chomsky on the Middle East (1975); The Drift Toward Global War (Minneapolis, 1985)

Studs Terkel: The Spoken Century: Studs Terkel: The Spoken Century – a documenatry; Dorothy Parker, Zero Mostel, Leonard Bernstein, Daniel Ellsberg and Ralph Ellison interviewed by Studs Terkel; Phil Ochs interviewed by Studs Terkel; Joseph Campbell interviewed by Studs Terkel; Simone de Bouvier interviewed by Studs Terkel; Studs in Conversation with Tim Robins, 1999; Studs visits Pacifica Radio Archives in 2003

Civil Rights 2: Cornell West; Odetta; Blues Legacies and Black Feminism; W.E.B. Du Bois: 100 Years of The Souls of Black Folk; Dick Gregory; Juneteenth Special; George Jackson and the Soledad Brothers; The Confessions of Nat Turner; Redefining Black Power in the Age of Obama

United States History 2: Plain Speaking: A Counter History of the United States; George Carlin; A Passel of Pomp and a Circus of Circumstance – documentary on the history of political conventions in the U.S.; Richard Nixon; The Real Norma Rae: Crystal Lee Sutton

Arts and Literature 2: The Village Gate; Shakespeare: This Was a Man; The Ballad of Pete Seeger; The Beat Poets of San Francisco; Science Fiction: The Final Frontier with Ray Bradbury; Lillian Hellman: American Playwright; They Remember Dvorak

Black Power: The Black Panther Party: Bobby Seale, Huey Newton; H. Rap Brown, Stokely Carmichael, Eldridge Cleaver; Kathleen Cleaver and Elaine Brown; Police Actions; Trials/Tribulations; Angela Davis, Bobby Seale, and the Revolution for Breakfast; Rosa Parks, James Baldwin, Bayard Rustin and Malcolm X, Fannie Lou Hamer; Angela Davis, Elijah Muhammad, Malcolm X, Kwame Toure, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.; Huey Newton, Eldridge Cleaver, H. Rap Brown, Leroi Jones, John Hope Franklin

Science On the Role of Science / Aldous Huxley; Fallout and Disarmament / Linus Pauling and Edward Teller; Charles Darwin; Analogy and Science / J. Robert Oppenheimer; On Nuclear Morality / Bertrand Russell; Blacks In Science; Progress Through Fear / Buckminster Fuller

Native American Studies: John Trudell; Winona LaDuke; Alcatraz Panel with Indians from Various Tribes; Benefit for the Indians on Alcatraz with Malvina Reynolds and Buffy Sainte-Marie; Russell Means; Dennis Banks; Jack Forbes; Songs of Northern California Indians: Jaime de Angulo

Latino/Chicano Studies: Dolores Huerta; Resistance of the Maya; Flor Del Pueblo: Music of Resistance in Latin America; Carlos Castaneda and Lila Downs; The Delano Grape Strike: Cesar Chavez; La Raza Nueva with Moctesuma Esparza; Cherríe Moraga; Siqueiros: Political Artist; United Mexican-American Students Symposium at UCLA; Reies Tijerina: Leader of the Alianza

From the Vault: Gay and Lesbian Studies: 1979 March on Washington for Gay and Lesbian Rights; Quentin Crisp; Christopher Isherwood; The Gay Movement from 1969-1979; The Harvey Milk Story; Time Line: Important Gay History; Transsexuals and the Police; Bisexuality

From the Vault: Great Voices on Radio: Gore Vidal – 14 Feb 1994; Jessica Mitford – 30 June 1960; Dylan Thomas – 7 May 1953; June Jordan – March 1991; Edward Said – 20 Feb 2003; Stokely Carmichael – Feb 1968; Cesar Chavez – 15 Jan 1966; Mario Savio – March 1979; Norman Mailer – 21 May 1965; Angela Davis – 1972; Molly Ivins – Aug 1992

Civil Rights: James Baldwi

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Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archive, 1975.
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