KPFA open hour
|PRA Archive #||Title||Description||Genre||Broadcast Date|
|BB2480||The Greek press and people / Helen Vlachos interviewed by Don Porsche||
Mrs. Helen Vlachos, publisher of a conservative Greek newspaper, who ceased publication in 1967...
|American Women -- International women||KPFA, May 19, 1970|
|BB2385||East Germany and Europe / Helga Lohr-Bailey interviewed by Elsa Knight Thompson||
Helga Lohr-Bailey, who lived for ten years in East Germany, tells Elsa Knight Thompson about...
|American Women -- International women||KPFA, March 19, 1970|
|BB2379||Blacks and the jury system / moderated by Elsa Knight Thompson||
A panel discussion on the problems of being Black or Mexican-American under current jury...
|American Women -- Women of Color and discrimination||KPFA, February 11, 1970|
|BB2358||The Delano grape strike and Cesar Chavez||
Cesar Chavez, President of the National Farm Workers Association, spoke in Berkeley under the...
|KPFA, 15 Jan. 1966.|
|BB2320||A conversation with Ella Winter / interviewed by Elsa Knight Thompson||
The internationally known political author and lecturer Ella Winter talks with Elsa Knight...
|American Women -- Authors and journalists, American Women -- Politicians and politics||KPFA, February 19, 1969|
|BB2306||U.S. prisoners in North Vietnam / Madeline Duckles interviewed by Elsa Knight Thompson||
An interview with Madeline Duckles, of Women for Peace, who was one of three American women who...
|American Women -- Vietnam conflict, American Women -- Peace and Antinuclear activism||KPFA, December 31, 1969|
|BB2260||A new breed of lawyers / Carol Ruth Silver interviewed by Elsa Knight Thompson||
Attorney Carol Ruth Silver, Director of Berkeley Neighborhood Legal Services, is interviewed by...
|American Women -- Work and unions||KPFA, October 27, 1969|
|BB2259||A talk with Bobby Seale||
Black Panther Party Chairman Bobby Seale is interviewed by Elsa Knight Thompson in the San...
|BB2250.12||Religion vs. fascism seminar (Episode 12 of 12)||
Portions of the Religion versus Fascism seminar held on Saturday, July 20, 1969 at Bobby Hutton...
|KPFA, 13 Aug. 1969 and 21 Nov. 1969.|
|BB2250.09||Charles Garry speaks (Episode 9 of 12)||
Attorney Charles Garry speaking on Black political and legal rights at the United Front Against...
|KPFA, 11 Aug. 1969.|
|BB2250.06||Jeff Jones speaks (Episode 6 of 12)||
Jeff Jones of Students for a Democratic Society outlines the changes needed in American society...
|KPFA, 4 Aug. 1969.|
|BB2250.05||Ron Dellums speaks (Episode 5 of 12)||
Ron Dellums, Berkeley City Councilman outlines directions for change in American society at the...
|KPFA, 1 Aug. 1969.|
|BB2250.04||William Kunstler speaks (Episode 4 of 12)||
Militant speech on the need for radical change in America. Bill Kunstler, one of the lawyers...
|KPFA, 30 July 1969.|
|BB2250.03||Women speak out against fascism (Episode 3 of 12)||
A panel at the conference called by the Black Panther Party the weekend of July 18-20 in Oakland...
|American Women -- Women of Color and discrimination, American Women -- Activists, American Women -- Work and unions||KPFA, 11 Aug. 1969|
|BB2235||A medical desert / Dr. Richard Fine and Shari Whitehead interviewed by Elsa Knight Thompson||
Elsa Knight Thompson talks with Shari Whitehead of the International Liberation School and Dr....
|American Women -- Women of Color and discrimination, American Women -- Health||KPFA, July 30, 1969|
|BB2205||What's the panic: pollution and birth control / Dr. Paul Ehrlich||
Dr. Paul Ehrlich, Stanford professor and author of "The Population Bomb" talks about...
|American Women -- Reproductive rights||KPFA, September 1, 1969|
|BB1803||The population bomb / Dennis Parnell and Paul Ehrlich interviewed by Al Silbowitz||
An interview with Stanford Professor Paul R. Ehrlich (noted population biologist and author of...
|American Women -- Reproductive rights||KPFA, July 30, 1968|
|BB1782||Police fire on Black Panther headquarters||
KPFA's Colin Edwards reports on the police attack on the Black Panther Party headquarters...,
Sensitive language: shit
|BB1732||Ban the Barb in the Richmond Public Library: what shall they read / produced by Steve Clark||
Documentary on the City Council hearings about censoring literature in the Richmond Public...
|KPFA, September 15, 1968|
|BB1309||Conditions in the Oakland ghetto||
Mark Comfort, president of the Oakland Direct Action Committee, and member Ronald Stevens...
|KPFA, 7 Aug. 1967.|
|BB0416||Louis Lomax in San Francisco||
Louis E. Lomax addresses a rally in San Francisco in late August 1963 of the United San...
|KPFA, 20 Aug. 1963.|
|BB0388||Reverend Wyatt T. Walker||
This is a three-part program on Administrative director of the Southern Christian Leadership...,
KPFA allowed for several "open hours" in their schedule every month, which they...
|KPFA, 28 May 1963.|