"I Too Have Lived in Arcadia." is a verse play by V. R. Lang. Performers are Marion Seldes, Ruth Ford, Earl Hyman, and Charles Ruas. Narrator is Susan Howe. This performance was played as part of an evening devoted to the work of V. R. Lang. January 1976. Produced by Susan Howe and Charles Ruas. Just the play has been sent to NEA as sample.
This documentary examines working conditions, alleged abuses, the role of the unions, the plight of undocumented workers, and other problems facing the garment industry in Los Angeles.
Prime Minister Indira Gandhi declared a state of emergency in India from 1975-1977, now known as The Emergency, during which Gandhi was granted rule by decree and all elections were suspended. This is a documentary that traces the economic and political developments that led to the Emergency in India in 1975.
r.1. To the Emergency. -- r.2. The Janata flood.
La Mama production with music by Elizabeth Swados.
Performance by Logos at KPFT's Free Music Store on September 21, 1972. Logos (pronounced Lah-gahs) consists of Truett Tidwell, keyboards and ARP synthesizer; Paul Bauer, guitar and ARP synthesizer; Rick Thigpen, bass, flute, keyboard and vocals; Steve Adams, bass, flute, guitars, keyboards and vocals, and Jim Lemon on drums.
Box note: Archive No. BC 1572.
Blyden discusses his experiences in the Attica prison uprising, and his activities as a prisoner organizer.
Recording of Hungarian-American cellist János Starker (1924-2013) giving a masterclass in technique and musicianship at WBAI's Free Music Store on December 8th, 1971. Starker is introduced by WBAI's Barbara Oka and is joined on stage by Hungarian-American pianist György Sebők (1922-1999).
Dramatic adaptation of Slomich's book exploring the technological and humanitarian aspects of modern life.Includes a discussion of his book. r.1. The American nightmare: a radioplay on the state of the nation and future prospects (58 min.)
Lawrence Lipton (1898 - 1975), novelist, journalist and poet, talks with WBAI's Charlie Hayden about his book "The Erotic Revolution" (Sherbourne, 1965), the people who like it, and the people who don't.
An audio mosaic of people and sounds which tells the events of the integration struggles of the summer of 1963 in Los Angeles. It represents the four areas of concern as they are met locally by Negro leaders: housing, education, employment and police practices.
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