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Dialogue in Nairobi / Sylvia Borren; produced by Helene Rosenbluth.

In July 1985, more than 14,000 women gathered in Nairobi, Kenya for the UN's Third World Conference on Women, which marked the end of the Decade for Women. The conference marked a decided evolution from the 1975 International Women's Conference in Mexico City, which was dominated by middle-class white women.

Folk music concert for John F. Kennedy

Live recording of a benefit for John F. Kennedy held by the Pomona Valley KPFK supporters. Includes music by Al and Peggy Holse, Will and Jean Miarcotte, Harry Kennedy, Paul Ledig, Ann and Will Durrant, David Loy, Mike McClennan, Chris Darrow, Dry City Four, Clare Haugan and the Mutual Four, Keith and Rusty McNeil, and Keith Chalmers. Dorothy Chase acted as the emcee.
Previously cataloged as KZ2365.

The poet's voice (Episode 5)

This is the fifth episode of "The poet's voice," likely KPFK broadcasted tapes of a televised program called "The poet's voice," a Theta Cable Television series from Los Angeles, January 1980. The host was TV actor and poet Macdonald Carey (1913-1994) and the poets read their work in front of an audience. This episode includes readings by Dennis Phillips (b.

The poet's voice (Episode 4)

This is the fourth episode of "The poet's voice," likely KPFK broadcasted tapes of a televised program called "The poet's voice," a Theta Cable Television series from Los Angeles, 1979 or 1980. The host was TV actor and poet Macdonald Carey (1913-1994) and the poets read their work in front of an audience.

The poet's voice (Episode 3)

This is the third episode of "The poet's voice," likely KPFK broadcasted tapes of a televised program called "The poet's voice," a Theta Cable Television series from Los Angeles, 1979. The host was TV actor and poet Macdonald Carey (1913-1994) and the poets read their work in front of an audience.

The way of the disc jockey

KMET disc jockey Jim Ladd, producer of the nationally syndicated "Innerviews" series, evaluates various approaches to rock-and-roll radio. Note: Program purposely starts with static and similar strangenesses.

The bittersweet encounter (Episode 4 of 4, Part 2 of 2)

This is the conclusion of the "Bittersweet encounters" series. Panelists include Dr. Ron Karenga; Erica Sherover of UC San Diego; Murry Wood, executive director of the community relations committee, Jewish Federation of Los Angeles; and Yehuda Lev, former CBS correspondent in Israel, and now public relations director for the University of Judaism.
r.1. Moving up : changing class, changing politics in the Jewish community / Rabbi Laura Geller, Dr. Neil Sandburg, Herschel Hartman. -- r.2. Moving up : changing class, changing politics in the Black community / Rev. Garnett Hennings, Ron Wilkins. -- r.3. My brother's keeper : Black alliances with other communities / Dr. M.R. Karenga, Earl Ofari. -- r.4.
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