The program is divided into 3 sections. It begins with a chronology of the events around the murders and disappearances of Atlanta's youth since 1979. The psychological effects of the murders on the children in Atlanta's communities is discussed. And the final section explores some of the theories around who is responsible for the murders.
In this brief program, KPFA's Padraigin McGillicuddy discusses the pre-Christian acolytes of the ancient goddess Danu, then moves to the Brehon, or Early Irish Law of medieval Ireland, and the introduction of Saint Patrick. The status of women as it changed from Pagan Ireland to Christian Ireland is discussed.
Discussion from the Second A.J. Liebling Counter-Convention. From the 2nd Annual A.J. Liebling panel on the press and the executive, "Liebling 2: An Alternative to the American Publishers Association Annual Meeting." Recorded in Washington, D.C. May 6th, 1973. Produced on June 12, 1973. Panel chaired by Anthony Lucas of "MORE: A Journal of Review".
Five U.C. Berkeley women students discuss their experiences living in communes. The discussion, with women from the Campus Women's Forum audience, brings out both the difficulties encountered and the advantages available from this kind of living situation for a woman, and probably dispels several myths about communal living. Contains sensitive language.
A speech and question-and-answer session by Madalyn Murray O'Hair, an atheist, and the moving force behind numerous atheist institutions. In this speech delivered at the Mensa Annual Gathering in Houston in June 1971, O'Hair catalogs 57 varieties of atheists and explains her contempt of them. Both the speech and the Q&A period have been cut heavily and tightly.
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