The economics of oppression (Episode 5 of 7)

Episode Title:
The economics of oppression (Episode 5 of 7)
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Joan Jordan, a former factory worker who was replaced by automation and is now a student at San Francisco State College, speaks on "The economics of oppression" at a teach-in on the oppression of women at San Francisco State College on December 10, 1969. In this discussion, Jordan reveals statistics about how large the female workforce is, and how great the discrepancy in pay received. Jordan breaks down the statistics of discrimination on both sex and race. Jordan also discusses the unpaid career of homemaker, and the need to give women meaningful careers and equal pay for their work. Technical note: Audio quality varies, when the speaker moves away from the microphone.

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Date Recorded on: 
at San Francisco State College, December 10, 1969
Date Broadcast on: 
KPFA, February 4, 1970
Item duration: 
1 reel (15 min.)
Total duration (All reels): 
7 reels (110 min.) : 7 1/2 ips, mono.
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Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archives, 1970
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RESTRICTED. Permissions, licensing requests, Curriculum Initiative, Campus Campaign and all other inquiries should be directed to: Mark Torres, Archives Director, 800-735-0230,
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This recording has been digitally preserved as part of Pacifica's American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982 grant preservation project, and is available for research and reference . Please contact the archives via telephone: 818-506-1077 or email:  americanwomen at pacificaradioarchives dot org for information on how to obtain a copy of this program. Thank you.

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