MAHLATHINI AND THE MAHOTELLA QUEENS. SERIES: Face the music : Pacifica's East and West coast concert series| no. 6. Sixth in a series of twelve 1-hour concerts. CONTENT: Performance by Mahlathini and the Mahotella Queens, a South African group who has revolutionized the pop music scene since the 1960s. The Mahotella Queens are a female vocal trio. Mahlathini is the instrumental backup.
"The Life of Ah Chi" is a vivid docu-drama exploring the experience of immigrants from South China to the United States during the early 1900's. The story is told throught the life of one man, Ah Chi, who landed in New York's Chinatown. This program was produced by the New York Chinatown History Project.
Third in the 15-part series Bill of Rights Radio Education Project, co-sponsored by the Pacifica Foundation and the American Civil Liberties Union, with major funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities. Produced by Anita Parlow. Contributions by Keith Stout, Smokey Bear, Mad Dog Singers, and Woman Sound. Narrated by Brenda Wilson.
A program on lesbian culture, starting with a radio presentation of "An Oral Herstory of Lesbianism." Conceived and produced by Terry Wolverton, written collectively by 13 women: Jerri Allyn, Nancy Angelo, Leslie Belt, Cheri Gaulke, Chutney Gunderson, Brook Hallock, Sue Maberry, Louise Moore, Arlene Raven, Catherine Stifter, Cheryl Swannack, Christine Wong and Terry Wolverton.
Readings from speeches by African representatives to the convention. Phone-ins.
Recorded actuality of the activities of Ken Kesey, the Merry Pranksters, and Grateful Dead on an acid trip in San Francisco in 1967.|THE ACID TEST / produced by Laurie Garrett. - SERIES: KPFA Thirty Year Retrospective| 1967.
This tape features man-on-the-street reactions to the verdict of the Dan White trial that culminated in the White Night riot of May 21, 1979 in a program produced by the KPFA Fruit Punch Collective.
Labor music of San Franciso Bay area; interviews with the Board Erasers, Prairie Fire, and Laura Boyd. Program number 1.
This is a recording of members of the Unlearning To Not Speak Collective reading excerpts from the book "Sister of the Road," by Bertha Thompson, published in 1937 and out of print at the time the program was created. Bertha told her story to Dr. Ben L. Reitman, who wrote the introduction. The book describes socialist camps, boarding houses, prostitution, and social change.
This episode of news from the Fruit Punch Collective is a review and analysis of the Dade County, Florida vote denying civil rights to gays. Kevin Burke is in-studio with Andy Seal, Guy Bishop, and Lee Watson. Features statements from Lenny Bloom, John Ireland, Ken Sherril, Eddie Baca, and the Dade County Coalition for Human Rights Strategy.
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