The collection is an exploration of ten subjects within the Campus Campaign Series: Performances and Readings, Science and Environment, Gays and Lesbians, Society, Civil Rights, Native Americans, Artists, Crime and Capital Punishment, Nuclear Energy Teach-In, Labor Teach-In, and other significant recordings recently restored with funding from the National Endowment for the Arts; over 90 hours of selected material by Pacifica Radio Archives collaborators and advisors, presented in mp3 format. You will receive one USB memory stick loaded with the complete collection, and the school or library of your choice will receive nine mp3-formatted CDs loaded with the same 90 hours of recordings. *After your order is completed, we will send you a follow up email for the name of the school/library of your choice.*
Performances and Readings: Gwendolyn Brooks and LeRoi Jones; Dial-a-Poem; Aram Saroyan and Poetry; Women's Music and Poetry from the Coffeehouse; James Joyce's The Dead; James Thurber's The 13 Clocks; Halloween Fantasy: Vampires; The Body Snatcher by Robert Louis Stevenson; Laughter from the Left
Science and Environment: Darwin; Tales of Whales; Jared Diamond - The Collapse of Civilizations; Dr. Helen Caldicott - If You Love This Planet; Pacifica's Nuclear Energy Teach-in; Wangari Maathai
Gays and Lesbians: Quentin Crisp, 1978; James Baldwin - The Free and the Brave; Robert Duncan; Jack Spicer; Audre Lorde; Harvey Fierstein and Charles S. Dutton: Actors in Conversation
Society: Tim Robbins in Conversation with Studs Terkel; The Criminalization of Poverty; Pacifica's Labor Teach-in; Sister Helen Prejean and Death Row; Sacco and Vanzetti; Pacifica Radio in the United Kingdom; Crime and Capital Punishment; Gore Vidal - On the Eve of War; Ten-year 9-11 Restrospective
Civil Rights: Edward Said; Martin Luther King, Jr.; The Reverend Ralph Abernathy; Manning Marable; The Freedom Riders' 50th Anniversary; The Japanese in California â€“ 1959; Women Speak Out Against Fascism
Native Americans: Peggy Berryhill's Why Wounded Knee?; Ganienkeh - An Iroquois Tale; Geronimo Pratt; Malvina Reynolds and Buffy Sainte-Marie: A Benefit for the Indians on Alcatraz
Artists: John Lennon's 70th Birthday Celebration; Aldous Huxley; Women in Film 2; Toni Morrison, Walter Mosley, and Julius Lester; Sarah Vaughan and Esther Phillips; Jane Fonda; Master Class in Acting with Rod Steiger; Bob Fass with Bob Dylan, January 1966; Bob Dylan and Cynthia Gooding
Crime and Capital Punishment: The Coming Death of Caryl Chessman, Parts 1 and 2; Meeting of the Minds â€“ Steve Allen; Death House Letters of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg; The Legal Case Against the Death Penalty; Rubin 'Hurricane' Carter; The Immorality of the Death Penalty; The $72 Solution: The Death Penalty, Parts 1 and 2; Dead Man Walking â€“ An Interview with Sister Helen Prejean; The Legal Lynching of Mumia Abu-Jamal; Democracy Now!: Rubin 'Hurricane' Carter; Democracy Now! Michael Moore on the Death Penalty
Pacifica Radio Teach-in - Nuclear Energy: A special collection of timely nuclear energy expert and anti-nuclear activist programming from around Pacifica Radio Network plus historic programs from the Pacifica Radio Archives. - Letters and Politics with Mitch Jeserich (KPFA): The Nuclear Energy Industry & It's Influence on - Capitol Hill and Nuclear Energy and Climate Change - Background Briefing with Ian Masters (KPFK): Union of Concerned Scientists, The China Syndrome - Asia Pacific Forum (WBAI) - If You Love This Planet with Dr. Helen Caldicott (KPFT): - The health consequences of radiation - What's at Stake? with Verna Avery Brown and Esther Ivarem (WPFW): - Is nuclear energy worth the cost?, Nuclear Information and Resource Service - Pacifica in the Nuclear Age (PRA): - Important recordings on nuclear issues spanning back fifty years from Pacifica Radio, including Bertrand Russell, Linus Pauling, Edward Teller, Survival Sunday, No Nukes Reunion, Dr. Michio Kaku, and John Hersey's Hiroshima.
Pacifica Radio Teach-in â€“ Labor and Unions: A collection of labor rights and union-related programming from around Pacifica Radio Network plus historic programs from the Pacifica Radio Archives. - Letters and Politics with Mitch Jeserich (KPFA) - Law and Disorder with Michael Ratner, Heidi Boghasian, and Michael Steven Smith (WBAI) - George Reiter (KPFT) - Background Briefing with Ian Masters (KPFK) - Truthdig with Robert Scheer (KPFK) - Metro Watch with Gloria Minott (WPFW): Conversations with Josh Williams, President of the Metropolitan Washington Council of the AFL-CIO and Eddie Eiches of HUD about the conservative assault on unions, and the state of the federal workforce and ramifications of a federal government shutdown. - This is What Democracy Looks Like: Wisconsin's Worker Uprising (WORT â€“ Madison, WI): A documentary on the 2011 Wisconsin worker uprising to defend collective bargaining in Madison. Produced by Workers Independent News. - From the Vault: Pacifica Talks Union (PRA): Excerpts of key figures and events that Pacifica has covered over its 61 year history related to the labor movement and union organizing, including the 1934 General Strike, Studs Terkel, Mother Jones (reading), Sabina Virgo, Crystal Lee Sutton-the "real" Norma Rae, Upton Sinclair, and more.
Significant Recordings Recently Restored with Funding from the National Endowment from the Arts: Rita Mae Brown Interviewed by Kris Welch and Philip Maldari, Inquest at Christiana, Of resistance, disobedience, and objection: A Christmas celebration, Seneca's Oedipus, Pete Seeger â€“ WBAI Marathon II, Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers, Judy Chicago Interview, Sheroes and Heroes-Maya Angelou, The Barretts of Bleeker Street.