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|Title||Description||Keywords||Genre||PRA Archive #||StoreItem|
|Are the adults listening? / moderated by Abigail Van Buren. (Episode 3 of 3)||
This recording is the last of three panels recorded at the University of California San Francisco Medical Center's conference "The Uncertain Quest: The Teenagers' World" on March 22, 1964. The panel consists of teenager and adult conference participants introduced as Keith Martin, Nina Milling, Mike Music, Gayle Williams, Marvin Boxley, Dr. Robert Coles, Dr. Friedenberg (no first name given), Dr. Lillian Harvey, Fred Hechinger, and Dr. William Morris. The panelists respond to questions by both the teenagers and adults. The moderator is Abigail van Buren "Dear Abby" (1918-2013). First two episodes in this series are missing. This conference precedes 1965 conference "The uncertain quest : the dilemmas of sex education."
|Teenagers -- Psychology., Adolescent psychology., Van Buren, Abigail, 1918-2013, Teenagers -- Sexuality., Hechinger, Fred M., Harvey, L. (Lillian), 1911-, Coles, Robert, American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982||American Women -- Parenting and children, American Women -- Sex||BB0428.03|
|Women's abortion coalition.||
A panel discussion on abortion with members of the Women's Abortion Coalition (WAC), a Bay Area group composed of women from various women's groups. The group discusses their efforts to liberalize abortion laws, the implications of the People v. Barksdale decision, the putative effects of abortion law repeal, abortion techniques, contraception, sterilization, and the WAC's proposed class action lawsuit. The panelists are Anne Treseder, WAC and the National Association to Repeal Abortion Laws (NARAL); Judy Syfers, San Francisco Women's Liberation and WAC; Pat Maginnis, WAC, NARAL and Society for Humane Abortion; Suzanne DuPont, French Women's Liberation Movement; and Susan Schnur from KPFA. The moderator is Mary Barnes from KPFA.
|Maginnis, Patricia Therese, Schnur, Susan, Women's Abortion Coalition, Syfers, Judy, Abortion -- Law and legislation., American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982||American Women -- Reproductive rights, American Women -- Law||BC0275|
|Allies / by Chelsea Quinn Yarbro's read by Viv Sutherland||
Viv Sutherland reads Chelsea Quinn Yarbro's short story "Allies" from her anthology "Cautionary tales."
|American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982, Yarbro, Chelsea Quinn, 1942-, Women authors, Science fiction||American Women -- Authors and journalists||IZ1362|
|Changing lifestyles in America today / Margaret Mead||
Margaret Mead's speech before the City Commission on Human Rights hearings on the Status of American Women in Contemporary Society. Recorded on September 22, 1970. She opens by stating the question that has been posed to her to answer: to review briefly the way in which the position of women today is related to their position in the past. Mead asserts in her speech that she does not agree with the notion that men oppress women, that society is organized to benefit men rather than women. She remarks on the fact that this is the first time in history it has not been to the population's benefit to have large population growth. Produced by KPFA. Recorded on September 22, 1970.
|Social change., Women -- Social conditions., Mead, Margaret, 1901-1978, Reproductive rights, American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982||American Women -- Reproductive rights||BB4314|
|Mary Jane Menuez reads her poetry||
Poet Mary Jane Menuez reads selections from her work. Menuez was born in Chicago. She began writing poetry as a student of Ellen Bryant Voigt at Goddard College. Her poetry has appeared in such places as Orion's Dolphin, Countermeasures, Xanadu, and the Grolier Press Annual Anthology of Children's Poetry. She has taught poetry workshops at Suffolk Community College on Long Island, and, under the sponsorship of the Poetry Therapy Association, run a poetry therapy program for over a year at a veteran's hospital. This program was produced by Paul Oppenheimer for the Drama and Literature Department of WBAI New York.
|Poetry -- Women authors., Mary Jane Menuez., American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982||American Women -- Poetry||BC2995|
|I remember Mama||
Collage of interviews with women talking about mothering. Recorded and broadcast: May 9, 1982. Produced by Marsha Steinberg and Suzi Weissman.
|Motherhood, American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982||American Women -- Parenting and children||KZ2393|
|An interview with Andrea Dworkin / interviewed by Nanette Rainone and Carol Lopate||
An interview with Andrea Dworkin, author of the book "Woman Hating" (E.P. Dutton, 1974), and several articles including "Marx and Ghandi were liberals: feminism and the radical left" and "Why Norman Mailer refuses to be the woman he is." Interview conducted by Nanette Rainone with Carol Lopate. Contains sensitive language.
|Dworkin, Andrea., Women, Women authors, Interview with Andrea Dworkin / interviewed by Nanette Rainone and Carol Lopate.**An, American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982||American Women -- Radical Feminism, American Women -- Authors and journalists||BC2165|
|Mary : our lady queen of feminists / Ann Plogsterth: interviewed by Viv Sutherland.||
Viv Sutherland interviews Ann Plogsterth, member of Catholic Women for the ERA, the National Organization for Women (NOW)'s Sexism in Religion Committee, and a doctorate candidate at Columbia University about the Virgin Mary, the first feminist, in honor of the holiday season. Produced in cooperation with NOW-NY.
|Plogsterth, Ann, Women and religion., Mary, Virgin -- Symbolism., National Organization for Women, American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982||American Women -- Religion, American Women -- Women's history||BC2196.02|
|Inner beauty, inner light : Yoga for pregnant women / Frederick LeBoyer interviewed by Barbara Cady||
Barbara Cady interviews Frederick Leboyer on his book and the techniques it explores. "Inner beauty, inner light: yoga for pregnant women" was published by Knopf in 1978. Produced by Janet Dodson.
|Leboyer, Frédérick, Pregnancy., Yoga -- Therapeutic use., American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982||American Women -- Men's commentary and experiences, American Women -- Health||KZ0780|
|Karen Cosden interviewed by Eileen Zalisk: March 21, 1979||
Eileen Zalisk interviews Karen Cosden[sp?] about women and sex hormones. "Fighting the Crisis of Sex Hormones" will be the theme of an upcoming conference covering the drug DES (banned in 1973), which was prescribed to pregnant women to prevent complications during pregnancy but was shown to have numerous debilitating side effects, including cancer and birth defects, as well as other estrogen-based hormone drugs.
|American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982, Birth control, Sex hormones, Diethylstilbestrol--Adverse effects.||American Women -- Health||IZ0921|