WBAI Special Collection 4 GB Jump Drive

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Archive number: PZ0971


WBAI Women's Programs


IZ1460 ERA countdown with Bela Abzug and others 1981

IZ1462 Three Women Painters 1972 Ann Sutton

IZ1463 Women and Family in America The revolution to the Present

IZ1464 Women in the trades Stone Masonry

IZ1466 Chinese Hawaiian Actor Writer Li Ling Ai

IZ1468 Ursula Molinaro Poet Playwrite Novelist

IZ1472 Teaching Peace in Schools

IZ1476 The Darker Face of God with Poet Sophie Cohen

IZ1477 Protesta Puertorican with Suni Paz

IZ1419 St. Marks Poetry Benefit 1975 with Patti Smith and others

BC0339 Yoko Ono on WBAI 1971


Martin Luther King Jr. Special Collection (8hrs 40 min)


1.  On The Power Of Peaceful Persuasion (June 24, 1957); 45 min, from BB0115

2.  The Future of Integration (June, 1961) - 38 min, from BB3598

3.  We Want to be Free (Freedom Rally, May 26, 1963 - 23 min, from BB4745a-b

4.  The Dimensions of a Complete Life (January, 1962) - 35 min, from BB3438

5.  America's Chief Moral Dilemma (UC Berkeley, May 17, 1967) - 1 hr 13 min, from BB1195

6.  But If Not (Ebenezer Baptist Church, Atlanta, November, 1967) - 18 min, SZ0177

7.  Men and Women In the Arts Concerned with Vietnam: A Benefit for Martin Luther King, Jr. (March 16, 1968) - 39 min, from BB4661

8.  The Casualties of the War in Vietnam (February, 1967) - 53 min, from BB4470.04

9.  The Civil Rights Movement and its Goals for the Future (April, 1967) - 53 min, from BB1230

10.  Martin Luther King Memorial in Central Park (April 5, 1968) - 79 min, from BB3172

11. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in London (December 7, 1964) - 62 min, from KZ4492

                During his visit to the United Kingdom in December, 1964 (while on the way to Oslo to accept the 1964 Nobel Peace Prize), King addressed an overflow crowd at the City Temple hall in central London, and Pacifica European correspondent Saul Bernstein was there to record it.  Dr. King discussed the history of slavery, Supreme Court rulings, Greek philosophy, the concept of non-violence, the fight against segregation, the registration of Black voters, and the struggle to end hate and bigotry across the planet.  King also read a prepared text on the situation at the time in South Africa, voicing support of a unified World Nation policy that would impose sanctions on the country to force an end to apartheid.


The Malcolm X Collection MP3 DISC  (8 hrs 21 min)


The Malcolm X Collection is culled from rare speeches, interviews, and debates held within the vault of the Pacifica Radio Archives.  Following his death in 1965, Pacifica Radio continued to memorialize Malcolm X through the discussions and interpretations of his close friends and colleagues, and documentaries that examine Malcolm X's historical significance in America. 

1.  The Ballot or the Bullet

 Malcolm X deliver one of his best known speeches in Detroit on April 12th, 1964.

2.  Black Muslims vs. The Sit-ins

Malcolm X, James Baldwin, and Leverne McCummins discuss the position of the Black Muslims.  Recorded in 1961.

3.  Prospects for Freedom

On January 7th, 1965, Malcolm X addressed the Militant Labor Forum, discussing the need for Black action on civil rights. 

4.  Friends and Enemies

 Malcolm X spoke on February 15, 1965 - the day after his house was firebombed.

5.  Malcolm X in Atlantic City

On December 20, 1964, Malcolm reflected on the treatment given Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party in Atlantic City earlier that year.

6.  John Henrik Clarke on Malcolm X

John Henrik Clarke, history professor and friend of Malcolm X, speaks on Malcolm's contribution to the black struggle in the U.S.

7.  A Choice of Two Roads

Malcolm X, Bayard Rustin, and John Donald discuss the direction of the civil rights movement.

8.  Dick Elman Interviews Malcolm X

Malcolm X details the events which lead to an unprovoked assault upon a Los Angeles mosque in 1961

9.  Malcolm X: A Retrospective

A documentary on the life of Malcolm X.

10.  About Malcolm X

James Baldwin, Maggie Hathaway, Ernie Smith, and Earl Anthony on Malcolm X in May, 1968.


From the Vault Radio - Collection


FTV 007 Alan Watts

FTV 010 Pauline Kael

FTV 031 John Lithgow's Time at Pacifica

FTV 037 Stonewall Rebellion, 1969

FTV 039 The Coltrane Legacy

FTV 091 Remembering Mrs. Coretta Scott King and Langston Hughes

FTV 112 Pacifica Radio Remembers George Carlin

FTV 124 Bell Abzug

FTV 127 Bob Fass

FTV 133 Les Paul - The Original Guitar Hero

FTV 141 The Village Gate - Dizzy Gillespie, Charles Mingus, McCoy Tyner, Amani and Amiri Baraka

FTV 142 Blues Legacy and Black Feminism

FTV 147 Paul Robeson

FTV 154 Earth Day 1971

FTV 155 The Ballad of Pete Seeger, Part 1

FTV 156 The Ballad of Pete Seeger, Part 2

FTV 205 War and Peace - The Pacifica Broadcast, Part 1

FTV 206 War and Peace - The Pacifica Broadcast, Part 2

FTV 209 Marx in Soho by Howard Zinn

FTV 213 Phil Ochs and Friends

FTV 228 Say It Loud - New Songs For Peace

FTV 230 Jimi Hendrix

FTV 231 The Triangle Fire of 1911

FTV 238 John Lennon's 70th Birthday Celebration

FTV 258 Dial a Poem John Giorno

FTV 272 Jim Morrison, Poet

FTV 276 Audre Lorde

FTV 278 Harvey Fierstein and Charles S. Dutton - Actors in Conversation

FTV 290 Two Painters - Van Gogh and Lichtenstein

FTV 300 To Be a Slave by Julius Lester, Part 1

FTV 301 To Be a Slave by Julius Lester, Part 2

FTV 302 To Be a Slave by Julius Lester, Part 3
FTV 304 Women and Media in the Age of Obama

FTV 316 2012 Medal of Freedom - Morrison, Huerta, and Dylan

FTV 317 Radio Bloomsday

FTV 321 Cello Master Class with Janos Starker

FTV 326 Documentary Pioneers Albert and David Maysles Brothers

FTV 329 Leonard Cohen, 1974

FTV 332 Jimmy Cliff

FTV 350 Dear Brother Erika - Union Worker

FTV 362 Andy Warhol

FTV 367 Oyelo - Out Loud! The Nuyorican Poets Cafe

FTV 368 Building Bridges with Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee

FTV 376 Douglas Turner Ward's Day of Absence

FTV 383 A Delicate Balance - Tribute to Jazz Legend Marian McPartland

FTV 405 Igor Stravinsky - A Soldier's Tale

FTV 414 Women's Music & Poetry from the Coffeehouse, 1977 - Alice Walker and Suni Paz

FTV 422 Lady Day: Billie Holiday

FTV 428 The Ku Klux Klan, Race, and Prejudice in America

FTV 433 Steve Post Tribute

FTV 439 Marian Seldes

FTV 481 Dustin Hoffman, 1971

FTV 486 Legendary Music Producer Eddie Kramer







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