This week on From the Vault we continue our celebration of Women's History Month with special guest host professor and author Dr. Bonnie Morris, an adjunct professor of women's studies at George Washington University, and author of Eden Built by Eves: The Culture of Women's Music Festivals.
On this edition of From the Vault we present recordings of two women who were on Pacifica Radio at very important points in their illustrious careers: artist and educator Judy Chicago, and singer-songwriter Buffy Sainte-Marie.
This week on From the Vault we present a conversation between Professor Angela Davis and the University of Southern California's Dr. Michele Turner at an event entitled Angela Davis: A Lifetime of Revolution.
This week on From the Vault we celebrate the art of cinema with a trip back to 1970 for a visit with one of the greatest filmmakers of the 20th century, Sir David Lean, CBE.
Barry Siegel, Los Angeles Urban Coalition Transportation Consultant; Margot Feuer, member of the South Coast Regional Commission and Land Use Planning Advocate for Los Angeles County; and Tad Widby, Transportation and Land Use Planner for the Southern California Association of Governments talk about land use and transportation in Southern California. Moderated by Ellen Stern Harris.
Continuing our celebration of Black History Month, this week on From the Vault we listen to the speeches of Fannie Lou Hamer, the iconic civil rights activist and leader of the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, in a collection mixed by Terabu Betsuri in 1989 celebrating the 40th anniversary of Pacifica Radio.
This is a February 1985 rebroadcast of a November 1969 Womankind episode, hosted by Nannette Rainone. The episode is a rundown of events at the 1969 Congress to Unite Women held in New York on November 21-23, 1969.
This week on From the Vault we celebrate Black History month by presenting the first part of a celebrity reading of Ralph Ellison's landmark novel, Invisible Man; the selection is taken from a 48-part reading of the book produced in 1995 by Roy Hurst and Gloria Mushonga-Roberts.
Alice Childress reads from her novel "A Short Walk" (Coward, McCann and Geoghegan, 1979) and talks with Wesley Brown about the political and social climate for African-American writers and playwrights in the 1940s and 1950s. Produced by Wesley Brown. This is part 2 of 2, part 1 is missing.
Lesbian Express presents a program on lesbian mothers. Issues concerning child-rearing, child custody cases involving ex-husbands, and the lack of support for mothers in the lesbian community are explored. This is part 2, part 1 is missing. Contains sensitive language.
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