American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982
|PRA Archive #||Title||Description||Genre||Broadcast Date|
|TZ0028||It's your body / by Dr. Niels Lauersen interviewed by Clara Kern||
Producer Clara Kern interviews Dr. Niels Lauersen on the responsibility and prerogatives of...
|American Women -- Health||KPFT, October 1982.|
|TZ0031||Ozark rap: experiences of women in the mid 1930s to the 1960s / produced by Clara Kern||
This is an episode of Clara Kern's special series "Ozark rap." In this program...
|American Women -- Women's history||KPFT, July 1981 and November 1984? (see folio)|
|TZ0080||Jane Fonda and the Indochina Peace Campaign in Houston||
Aircheck of an interview with Jane Fonda of the Indochina Peace Campaign, along with Bob...
|American Women -- Vietnam conflict||KPFT, October 16, 1973|
|TZ0083||KPFT Special Women's Day program (1987)||
This tape contains several clips of readings of women's literature or speeches to be used...
|American Women -- Authors and journalists, American Women -- Feminism||KPFT, March 8, 1987|
|WZ0002.01||Discrimination at work: federal workers and equal opportunity||
On whether the federal government has successfully implemented its own equal opportunity program...
|American Women -- Women of Color and discrimination||WPFW, Mar. 20, 1977 and KPFA, May 1, 1978|
|WZ0002.02||Labor fights for the ERA||
This episode of "Them and Us" is asking "Should labor unions support ERA (Equal...
|American Women -- Equal Rights Amendment (ERA), American Women -- Work and unions||WPFW, January 19, 1978|
|WZ0014||Among all this, you stand like a fine brownstone : Gwendolyn Brooks / produced by Taliba Holliday.||
Poet Gwendolyn Brooks (1917 - 2000), the first Black woman to win the Pulitzer Prize for poetry...
|American Women -- Poetry, American Women -- Women of Color and discrimination, American Women -- Theater||WPFW, 1977; 2 Feb. 1978.|
|WZ0019||Changes / written and read by Denise Oliver.||
This program features a reading of the short story "Changes" by author Denise Oliver, former...
|American Women -- Authors and journalists, American Women -- Women of Color and discrimination||WPFW, Apr. 1976.|
|WZ0020||Three women poets / Gabrielle Edgcomb, Barbara Lefcowitz, and Lee Howard||
This episode of The poet and the poem focuses on three women poets: Gabrielle Edgcomb (1926-1996...
|American Women -- Poetry||WPFW, Sept. 26, 1976.|
|WZ0027||Back Alley Theatre / Naomi Eftes and Elaine Heffernan interviewed by Ree Austin||
Naomi Eftis and Elaine Heffernan, two local Washington, D. C. artists and housewives, discuss...
|American Women -- Art and artists, American Women -- Theater||WPFW, Mar. 31, 1977.|
|WZ0031||Four women poets / Diana Vance, Nefretete, Deirdra Baldwin, and Ann Leffler ; interviewed by Grace Cavalieri||
Host Grace Cavalieri interviews four women poets: Diana Vance, Nefretete[sp?], Deirdra Baldwin,...
|American Women -- Poetry||WPFW, Sept. 17, 1976.|
|WZ0046||Of Woman Born by Adrienne Rich / reviewed by Doris Grumbach and Carolyn Kizer.||
Review of Adrienne Rich's book "Of Woman Born" by Doris Grumbach and Carolyn...
|American Women -- Authors and journalists||WPFW, Dec. 4, 1976.|
|WZ0047||Harlan county USA / Nancy Barker and Hart Perry||
Barry Parker from WPFW's Film Exchange interviews Nancy Barker and Hart Perry, respectively...
|American Women -- Work and unions, American Women -- Film and television||WPFW, 28 Mar. 1977.|
|WZ0049||Four local Washington, D.C. poets / interviews by Hazel Robinson||
"A poet is -- a diary of the soul." Thus begins one of Hazel Robinson's poems and...
|American Women -- Poetry||WPFW, Oct. 19, 1976.|
|WZ0050||A blind blues street singer / Flora Molton ; interviewed by Natalie Reuss.||
Interview with Flora Molton, blind blues street-singer of the Washington, D.C. area. Flora tells...
|American Women -- Music and musicians||WPFW, Sept. 1976.|
|WZ0052||Interview with Maureen Owen, publisher of Telephone Books and Telephone magazine; interviewed by Doug Lang.||
Modest discussion, low key, of the background and publishing career of Maureen Owen. There is...
|American Women -- Poetry||WPFW, Jan. 1977.|
|WZ0065||Geology, sexism and racism / produced by Rich Pollack.||
The field of geology has long been considered a club with the petro, coal and mining companies....
|American Women -- Work and unions||WPFW, June 7, 1977.|
|WZ0090||Heliotrope : a woman's magazine / Mary Bailey ; interviewed by Sandra Porter||
Sandra Porter interviews Mary Bailey, co-founder of the feminist publication "Heliotrope....
|American Women -- Authors and journalists||WPFW, May 27, 1977.|
|WZ0094||Sexual assault / produced by Sophie's Parlor Media Collective.||
On sexism, racism and rape; focus on the cases of Inez Garcia and Joan Little. Host Del Dobbins...
|American Women -- Violence against women||WPFW, July 15, 1977 and February 6, 1978|
|WZ0101||Washington Area Feminist Theatre.||
On this episode of the Survival Clearing House for the Arts, host Naomi Eftis interviews Mary...
|American Women -- Theater||WPFW, 10? Aug. 1977|
|WZ0109||A woman artist speaks / Joyce Scott ; interviewed by Naomi Eftis and Elaine Heffernan.||
Artist Joyce J. Scott (b. 1948) talks about how she became an artist, and about creating and...
|American Women -- Art and artists||WPFW, July 27?, 1977.|
|WZ0117||Blacks and the Washington D.C. ballet / Claire Haywood; interviewed by Naomi Eftis and Elaine Heffernan.||
Hosts Naomi Eftis and Elaine Heffernan interview Claire Haywood (d. 1978), artistic director of...
|American Women -- Dance, American Women -- Women of Color and discrimination||WPFW, May 9, 1977.|
|WZ0119||It only hurts when you laugh / Robin Tyler; produced by Sophie's Parlor Media Collective.||
Feminist comedian Robin Tyler discusses her comedy, including her work as one-half of the comedy...
|American Women -- Comedians, American Women -- Lesbians, American Women -- Feminism||WPFW, 6 Jul. 1977.|
|WZ0122||The Presswomen / produced by Sophie's Parlor Media Collective||
Del Dobbins interviews Ilona O'Sullivan[sp?], Alice Arvin[sp?], Mary Duggan, wives of...
|American Women -- Relatives of notable men||WPFW, 1977?|
|WZ0123||Union Maids / Vicky Starr aka Stella Nowicki; produced by Sophie's Parlor Media Collective.||
Interview with Vicky Starr (1916-2009), featured as "Stella Nowicki" in the...
|American Women -- Work and unions||WPFW, 15 April 1977|
|WZ0124||To create love with dry eyes: an interview with June Jordan by Deborah Morris.||
Poet, essayist, and novelist June Jordan is interviewed by author Deborah Morris. The two...
|American Women -- Authors and journalists, American Women -- Lesbians, American Women -- Women of Color and discrimination||WPFW, Aug. 9, 1977.|
|WZ0130||The growth of jazz / Betty Carter ; interviewed by Ed Love.||
Jazz singer Betty Carter (1930-1998) discusses her life, her music, and the changes in jazz...
|American Women -- Music and musicians||WPFW, ca. 1977|
|WZ0164||Bernadette Devlin speech on Northern Ireland||
Bernadette Devlin (b. 1947), a leader of the Catholic Civil Rights movement in the late 1960s,...
|American Women -- International women||WPFW, ca. 1977|
|WZ0173||Simplemente Jenny / Helena Solberg and Melanie Maholick ; interviewed by Ron Sutton and Pam Peabody.||
Latin American film director Helena Solberg-Ladd and editor Melanie Maholick, discuss their...
|American Women -- International women, American Women -- Film and television||WPFW, May 31, 1977.|
|WZ0176||I Never Promised You a Rose Garden / Kathleen Quinlan ; interviewed by Barry Parker.||
Kathleen Quinlan (b. 1954), star of the film "I Never Promised You a Rose Garden,"...
|American Women -- Film and television||WPFW, Aug. 23, 1977.|
|WZ0185||A Retrospective on radical feminism / produced by Moira Rankin and Deborah George.||
A documentary that looks at the development of ideas that shaped the radical women's...
|American Women -- Radical Feminism||WPFW, 1980.|
|WZ0194||The artist as entrepreneur / Rosemary E. Reed Miller ; interviewed by Elaine Heffernan.||
Rosemary E. Reed Miller, owner and president of an accessory and clothing store, Toast and...
|American Women -- Art and artists, American Women -- Work and unions||WPFW, May 19, 1981.|
|WZ0210||Black music / Ntozake Shange and Thulani Davis ; interviewed by Joan Thornell.||
Joan Thornell interviews Ntozake Shange (1948 - ), poet and playwright, and Thulani Davis (1949...
|American Women -- Music and musicians||WPFW, May 3, 1977.|
|WZ0255.01||Interview with Mamie Williams||
This July is WPFW's tribute to women month, and Upstream is celebrating with programs about...
|American Women -- Religion, American Women -- Women of Color and discrimination||WPFW, July 22, 1981|
|WZ0255.02||Black women of achievement: Stephanie Colbert Hopkins||
Interview with Stephanie Colbert Hopkins, president of Star Step, Inc, a public relations firm....
|American Women -- Women of Color and discrimination||WPFW, July 7, 1981|
|WZ0255.04||Miss Black America 1980||
This episode of Upstream features Sharon Wright, Miss Black America 1980. Wright was the...
|American Women -- Women of Color and discrimination||WPFW, July 20, 1981|
|WZ0255.05||National Association of Colored Women's Clubs (Girls) Inc.||
This episode of Upstream is on the National Association of Colored Women's (and Girls...
|American Women -- Women of Color and discrimination||WPFW, July 23, 1981|
|WZ0255.06||Women in Washington, D.C.||
This episode of Upstream is on women and dating in Washington, D.C. Topics covered include...
|American Women -- Anthropology and societal role||WPFW, August 8, 1981|
This episode of Upstream features filmmaker and poet Michelle Parkerson who talks about the...
|American Women -- Film and television, American Women -- Poetry||WPFW, October 8, 1981|
This episode of Upstream is on Mary Jefferson (1927 - 2002), a jazz and blues singer popular in...
|American Women -- Music and musicians||WPFW, November 11, 1981|
|WZ0256||Clips of women's voices and issues||
Tape labeled "Women's" and contains a list of clips related to the women's...
|American Women -- Reproductive rights, American Women -- Activists||WPFW, ca. 1979-12-20/1983-01-22?|
|WZ0258||Caribbean poets festival: Gail Nichols||
This is a recording of poetry by Gail Nichols from the Caribbean Poets Festival. Poems read...
|American Women -- Poetry||WBAI?, 197?|
|WZ0268||Reading of the short story, "Changes" by author Denise Oliver||
Reading of short story "Changes" by author Denise Oliver / Produced by WPFW, Broadcast on KPFA....
|American Women -- Authors and journalists, American Women -- Women of Color and discrimination||KPFA, 3 May 1976|
|WZ0288||We regret to inform you: a radio drama by Grace Cavalieri||
This radio drama was written by Grace Cavalieri, directed by Dorothy Biondi [sp?], and consists...
|American Women -- Theater||WPFW, 1978|
|WZ0290||Kids talk about drugs / produced by Pamela Brooks||
A Washington D.C. Public Schools Radio Project with several children (mostly Black) from Savoy...
|American Women -- Parenting and children||WPFW, January 21, 1972|
|WZ0293||Black women and liberation movements conference (Part 2 only)||
Listening Post: Highlights from the "Black Women and Liberation Movements" Conference...
|American Women -- Authors and journalists||WPFW, November 26, 1979|
|WZ0295.01||Visions: sculptor Altina interviewed by Pam Peabody||
WPFW's Visions, a series on visual arts, features an interview with Altina (Schinasi),...
|American Women -- Art and artists||WPFW, November 4, 1978|
|WZ0299||Coal country women / produced by Mary Kasamatsu||
This is a three-part series on women in Appalachia in the 1970s: mining disasters, their lives...
|American Women -- Work and unions||WPFW, 1982; KPFA, June 5, 19, 26, 1982|