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|Title||Description||Keywords||Genre||PRA Archive #||StoreItem|
|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. Sylvia Borren of the International Lesbian Information Service ("ILIS") talks with KPFK's Helene Rosenbluth about "the lavender connection" - the role of lesbians and Third World women in the women's movement. Kenyan women attending the conference ask Borren questions after her talk. Produced by Helene Rosenbluth.
|Borren, Sylvia, Women's rights -- Kenya, Africa -- Social conditions., Lesbians, International Lesbian Information Service, American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982||American Women -- International women, American Women -- Lesbians||KZ0453|
|Stop E.R.A.: Meg Katz interviewed by Bonnie Bellow||
Bonnie Bellow interviews Meg Katz of "Stop E.R.A.", one of the groups opposed to the passage of New York's Equal Rights Amendment. Katz details how she thinks an amendment would hurt women, make them responsible for their husband's mistakes and not give them legal backup if they need it. She names groups that she believes have funded the pro-E.R.A. movement. Passage of the E.R.A. will benefit "big business" by taking away legal protections for women's labor. Women have their legal protections and work rights now. Don't need to change the State Constitution, need legislation to correct any problems. The ERA will break up a family. NOW women shout they will restructure society, we don't need the family restructured. Children need fathers and mothers and their training. [please see label for more information] Very lively discussion.
|American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982, Equal Rights Amendment (Proposed)., Anti-feminism||American Women -- Equal Rights Amendment (ERA)||IZ0723|
|Lesbian Express: Lesbian mothers (Part 2 only)||
Lesbian Express presents a program on lesbian mothers. Issues concerning child-rearing, child custody cases involving ex-husbands, and the lack of support for mothers in the lesbian community are explored. This is part 2, part 1 is missing. Contains sensitive language.
|American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982, Lesbian mothers, Motherhood||American Women -- Parenting and children, American Women -- Lesbians||AZ1675.06|
|The Rage of a middle-aged college president / Sister Helen Kelly||
Sister Helen Kelly, President of Immaculate Heart College, Los Angeles, delivers her Baccalaureate Address to the graduating class of 1969. Her talk concerns the Church, the violence of men, and how our indifference leads to the perpetuation of cruelty. Music by Hoyt Axton, "The Epistle." Introduced by Tom Ritt. Recorded at Immaculate Heart College, Los Angeles. Broadcast on KPFK, 8 Aug. 1969.
|Kelly, Helen., Ritt, Tom., Education -- United States -- Aims and objectives., Universities and Colleges -- United States., Immaculate Heart College (Los Angeles, Calif.), American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982||American Women -- Education||BB4692|
|The Big swindles / produced by David Burket and Susan Richman.||
"1976 THE BIG SWINDLES" produced by David Burket and Susan Richman. A somewhat sardonic look back at the news events of the bicentennial year 1976, and examination of what has happened in relation to these events, since. Topics include: Congressional sex scandals, Earl Butz, ERA and abortion legislation, the Moonies, the swine flu epidemic, and of course, the Buy-centennial. (Brief mentions of China, G.E. Nuclear employee resignations, homosexual rulings, etc.) The Moonies segment was heavily excerpted from BC2132. This program contains excerpts from many other Pacifica programs.
|UNIFICATION CHURCH., American Revolution Bicentennial, 1776-1976., Equal Rights Amendment (Proposed)., Swine influenza., Legislators -- United States., Abortion -- Law and legislation., Swindlers and swindling., Big swindles / produced by David Burkett and Susan Richman.**The, American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982||American Women -- Equal Rights Amendment (ERA), American Women -- Reproductive rights||AZ0278|
|Women and psychosurgery / Dr. Peter Breggin ; interviewed by Jane Backner.||
Jane Backner interviews Dr. Peter Breggin, Washington, DC psychiatrist, who has for the past year done research into the return of psycho-surgery and lobotomy as an accepted medical treatment for a variety of diagnosed emotional problems. In this program he discusses why the large majority of people undergoing psychosurgery are women. Dr. Breggin is on the faculty of the Washington School of Psychological Research and has written two books: "The Crazy and the Sane," published last year (1971?); and "The Hebrew Disease," to be published in the fall (1972?). This program was produced by WBUR-FM.
|Breggin, Peter Roger, 1936-, Women -- Mental health., Mentally ill persons -- Care and treatment., Women's health services, American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982||American Women -- Psychology and psychotherapy||BC0710|
|The Human connection / Ashley Montagu. (Episode 7 of 9)||
The physical anthropologist Dr. Ashley Montagu discusses his career, the importance of love in life, Hitler, women's place, women's intution, Jewish sensitivity, politics and muscle power, sexism, abortion, medicine, sexuality, Christianity, and destructive beliefs. Recorded at the Explorers of Humankind: First International Congress on the Bodily Arts & Sciences conference, Los Angeles, June 10, 1978. Recorded and produced by Roy E. Tuckman.
|Women, Human Potential movement., Jews -- Psychology., Physical anthropology., Sexism, Montagu, Ashley, 1905-1999, HITLER, ADOLF, 1889-1945., American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982||American Women -- Men's commentary and experiences||KZ0416.07|
|The Crippled Person / lecture and interview with Dr. Carl Faber (Episode 1 of 4)||
This is the first episode "The Crippled Person" in a four part series of lectures by Dr. Carl Faber entitled "Woman as slave." This episode is in three parts. In part one, Dr. Faber is interviewed prior to KPFK's presentation of the first lecture by Helene Rosenbluth, a young lesbian feminist and Roy Tuckman, male feminist, about what he means to say in the lecture series, his motivations, audience reactions, the situation of a man talking to women about women, his data sources, and male versus female feeling experience.
Part two is the lecture portion of this episode, Dr. Faber's "The Crippled Person," given in January 1977. In this lecture, Faber says men can't define women's roles and that psychology is piggish. The deal with men has been for women to be crippled, allowed various thoughts and roles and disallowed others. The essence of woman's experience of self is hurt and impotence, which may overwhelm her entire life. At the same time, her slave master man leans on her for self respect and love, which makes her hate him more. The essential problem: women are ripped off.
Part three is the second interview of Dr. Faber by Rosenbluth and Tuckman about how men can avoid abusing women and being sexist; women working alone versus women in a group; coupleism versus groupism; definitions of vulnerability; ego defense; and eastern versus western philosophical points of view. Instructions given "This interview should be played right after lecture #1 (Part 2). There is an introduction to lecture #2 at the end, so the announcer should indicated when lecture #2 will be broadcast."
Interviews with Dr. Faber were recorded in March 1977. Program produced by Roy Tuckman.
|Faber, Carl., Women -- Mental health., Women -- Psychology., Women -- United States -- Social conditions., Women -- United States -- History., Prejudices and antipathies., American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982||American Women -- Men's commentary and experiences||KZ0197.01|
|Composer Marta Ptaszyńska (Episode 39)||
A program focusing on the work of Polish-born contemporary composer and percussionist Marta Ptaszyńska, who teaches musical composition at UC Berkeley. Produced and presented by Virginia Kosanovic. Self-contained. [This reel is an aircheck that lacks the outro]. Contents: Intro; followed by an interview with Ptaszyńska conducted at her home; then three of Marta Ptaszynska's compositions: Improvisation for Orchestra (1968 premier performance); Siderals for percussion ensemble; and Madrigals for wind quartet, string quartet, trumpet and trombone. Engineered by Susan Kernes. Portions of this program were broadcast in a "Focus on Women Composers" program that aired in March 1977.
|Women composers., Women musicians., American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982, Ptaszyńska, Marta||American Women -- Music and musicians||AZ1132.39|
|Sojourner's Journal: November 19, 1981-Black women writers and artists||
Sojourner's Journal, a series about Black women. Yasmin Pierre speaks with four Black women writers/artists about their careers and their family lives. The guests are artist, poet and member of Black Writer's Union Akua Lezli Hope, writer, poet and memeber of the Black Writer's Union Rashidah Ismaili (b. 1941), member of the Black New York Action Committee Safiya Henderson-Holmes (b. 1950), and poet Deborah Strong who's book is titled "Like a sax". The guests also read their work. Previously cataloged as IZ1414.01.
|African American women authors, African American women artists, Ismaili, Rashidah, African American women poets, Henderson-Holmes, Safiya, Hope, Akua Lezli, American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982||American Women -- Poetry, American Women -- Women of Color and discrimination||IZ1414.01|