Dolores Huerta: Taking a stand in history

Dolores Huerta, a pioneer in the Civil Rights movement for immigrants, brings her living history to the University of Houston. Huerta, co-founder of the United Farmworkers of America, discusses "Taking a Stand in History." Lecture given on February 9, 2006 at the University of Houston, Cullen Performance Hall.

History of Black women's movement

Compilation of three KPFA Majority Report news segments about Black women's history. 1. Segment on Lorraine Hansberry (same as AZ0642.07) -- 2. Segment on Marian Anderson (same as AZ0642.04, though read by a different person) -- 3.

KPFT Special Women's Day program (1987)

This tape contains several clips of readings of women's literature or speeches to be used throughout KPFT's 1987 Tribute to Women for International Women's Day. The readings are of the following women: Adrienne Rich, Zora Neale Hurston, Sojourner Truth, Susan B.

Jane Fonda and the Indochina Peace Campaign in Houston

Aircheck of an interview with Jane Fonda of the Indochina Peace Campaign, along with Bob Chenowith, a POW in North Vietnam for five years, and Jean-Pierre Debris, French school teacher arrested in South Vietnam for distributing leaflets and jailed for 2.5 years. The guests note that POWs are being kept in tiger cages in South Vietnam and that more than half the political prisoners were women.

Bernadette Devlin / interviewed by Tom Curtis.

KPFT's News Director Tom Curtis interviewed Irish Catholic militant Bernadette Devlin (McAliskey) while in Houston to speak at the University of Houston about Northern Ireland. She discusses the struggles there and what Americans can do. Includes phone calls. Recorded by Tom Curtis, edited by Tracy German.

Gay Political Caucus

Gay Political Caucus : Produced by KPFT| Dates unknown. - CONTENT: Election coverage of Affirmative Action, right to work referendums, sex discimination issues. Program live on site at the Albany Club. Half way through the program Holly Near sings "For Our Lives" with Ronnie Gilbert. Reporter Pokey covers the election, although not a trained reporter.

Gay Programming Kpft| 1975-1985

Gay Programming Kpft| 1975-1985 / Produced by KPFT. - CONTENT: Excerpts from gay and lesbian themed programming broadcasted on KPFT from 1975 to 1985, including a historic overview of the gay community in Houston. Excerpts include, the series WildeStein. <br /> <br />Ray Hill Interviews:

Nothing But Good Times Ahead

Nothing But Good Times Ahead / Molly Ivins| interviewed by Kyle Huchins. - Political analyst Milly Ivins discusses the optimism regarding the Clinton administration, such as health care and political campaign finance reforms, and the growing public cynicms toward the government.
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