On Saturday, March 7, 1981, Los Angeles City College sponsored a day of panels celebrating International Women's Day. Erica Silverman of the Jewish Feminist Coalition and Cecily Kahn of the Southern California Anti-Klan Network spoke on the rise of the New Right. Silverman voices her concerns about anti-Semitism infiltrating both the right and the left in the United States and the need for the Jewish community to confront their own oppression. Kahn talks about the history of her organization and about the resurgence of the Klan in recent years. Produced by Helene Rosenbluth.
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