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|Title||Description||Keywords||Genre||PRA Archive #||StoreItem|
|Consciousness raising-KPFA (Episode 3 of 4): Role-playing||
Consciousness raising. An examination of role-playing and stereotypes that oppress women: "The lesbian," "The single mother," "The Lady," "The woman as provider," "The attractive woman," "Masculine-feminine roles," "Married woman," "Childless woman," "Single women who are pregnant,"Women as sex object." Consciousness raising broadcasts began by playing taped sessions, then listeners could call in and share their experiences and feelings. This recording is only the taped CR group. Previously numbered BC1087.04.
|Consciousness raising., Women -- Psychology., Women -- Social conditions., Women -- Personal narratives., Sex role, Consciousness raising / produced by Jan Legnitto., American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982||American Women -- Feminism, American Women -- Beauty and body image, American Women -- Marriage and divorce||BC1087.03|
|Consciousness raising-KPFA (Episode 4 of 4): The single woman||
Consciousness raising. An examination of "the single woman". Six women relate their personal experiences in marriage and discuss dating, engagement, infidelity, the fear of being single, married women's fear and envy of single friends, divorce, and the ultimate realization that marriage is not a short cut to happiness and fulfillment. Consciousness raising broadcasts began by playing taped sessions, then listeners could call in and share their experiences and feelings. This recording is only the taped CR group. Previously numbered BC1087.05.
|Consciousness raising., Women -- Social conditions., Women -- Personal narratives., Women -- Psychology., Consciousness raising / produced by Jan Legnitto., American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982||American Women -- Feminism, American Women -- Marriage and divorce, American Women -- Psychology and psychotherapy||BC1087.04|
|Conversation with Ella Leffland / interviewed by Eleanor Sully||
Eleanor Sully talks with Ella Leffland (born November 25, 1931), author of a recently published first novel, "Mrs. Munck." Woman author discusses her life and writing and reads the prologue to the book. Mrs. Munck (1970) was made into a film adapted, directed, and starring Diane Ladd in 1995.
|Leffland, Ella., Women authors, Feminism, American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982||American Women -- Authors and journalists, American Women -- Feminism||BB2877|
|Conversation with Theodora Kroeber / interviewed by Eleanor Sully||
Theodora Kroeber (March 24, 1897 – July 4, 1979), author of the much-loved book Ishi in Two Worlds, talks with Eleanor Sully about her new book about her anthropologist husband, Alfred Kroeber: A Personal Configuation. Kroeber reads a section called "Religion" from the book, which was published by University of California Press, 1970.
|Kroeber, Theodora, Anthropologists -- Biography., Women authors, Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960, Literature., American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982||American Women -- Authors and journalists, American Women -- Relatives of notable men||BB2878|
|Coretta Scott King||
Coretta Scott King (1927 - 2006) delivers a speech on the civil rights movement at a peace march in Central Park, New York on April 27th, 1968. The march took place three weeks after the assassination of King's husband, Martin Luther King, Jr. King reads from the handwritten notes of her husband's incomplete speech for this occasion, his "10 Commandments on Vietnam," his dedication to the poor people of America and the world, and asks for women's support and participation in the Poor People's Movement. King closes her speech by reading Langston Hughes's poem, "Mother to Son."
|King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968, African Americans--Civil rights--History, American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982, King, Coretta Scott, 1927-2006||American Women -- Activists, American Women -- Relatives of notable men, American Women -- Women of Color and discrimination||BB1331||Coretta King (CD)|
|Corridors of meaning / Manto Aravantinou interviewed by Nanos Valaoritis||
The distinguished Greek poetess Manto Aravantinou reads and discusses her work with Nanos Valaoritis. Among other things, Aravantinou is known for her translations of James Joyce's work.
|Aravantinou, Mantō, Poetry -- Women authors., Poetry, Modern -- Greece., American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982||American Women -- Poetry, American Women -- International women||BC2430|
|Courageous sisters / produced by Deborah Janone.||
This program takes a look at some of the vibrant and exciting women of the 1800's who were in many ways responsible for beginning the women's movement in the United States. Dramatized versions of speeches and diaries are used, as well as live and recorded music, and discussion with Isabel Welsh, a member of the League of Academic Women at the University of California at Berkeley. Eleanor Sully, Gretchen Kunitz and Rena Down also discussed and dramatized writings and speeches used in the program. Further research assistance provided by the Women's History Library in Berkeley, the Women's Place Bookstore in Oakland, and Letitia "Tish" Sommers, a member of the National Organization of Women (NOW). Music in the program performed live by Women's Laughing Refuge Doo-Dah Band, along with pre-recorded music from Melanie. Produced by Deborah Janone for KPFA.
|Janone, Deborah., Women's movement -- United States., Women -- Suffrage -- United States., American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982, Stanton, Elizabeth Cady, 1815-1902, Truth, Sojourner, -1883, Mott, Lucretia, 1793-1880||American Women -- Women's history||BC0933|
|Crazy Ruthie / Ruthie Gorton||
Songwriter and performer, Ruthie Gorton, discusses and demonstrates her songs exploring the women's movement, the South, North-South misconceptions, revolution, and her life.- BROADCAST: KPFA, 18 May 1971.
|Women musicians., Protest songs., Gorton, Ruthie., American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982||American Women -- Music and musicians||BB4224|
|Crescent Park: integrated housing / Alan S. Maremont and Richard Bentley interviewed by Elsa Knight Thompson||
Alan S. Maremont, San Francisco director of the Kate Maremont Foundation and Richard Bentley, project manager of the new Crescent Park integrated housing development in Richmond, California talk with Elsa Knight Thompson. This program regards Multifamily Rental Housing for Moderate Income Families (Section 221(d)(3) and (4)) a.k.a. HUD (housing and urban development).
|Maremont, Alan S., Thompson, Elsa Knight, Bentley, Richard., Housing policy -- Richmond (Calif.)., Discrimination in housing., Title VIII of the Civil Rights Act of 1968 (Fair Housing Act), Crescent Park apartments, American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982||American Women -- Women of Color and discrimination||BB2326|
|Cuba and gays in Cuba : part one, 1976 / produced by the Fruit Punch Collective||
Andy interviews Rebecca and Carlos, who have just returned from Cuba where they worked with Cubans and other North Americans with the Venceremos Brigade, about their experiences in Cuba's three larges cities, the oppression of gays in Cuba, and on the changing roles of men and women in Cuba. This is part one of the subseries Cuba And Gays In Cuba, 1976. Both guests identify as gay and discuss how they felt discriminated against within the Venceremos Brigade. Part two was produced in July 1977. Produced by the Fruit Punch Collective. Print-through on master.
|CUBA, Gay liberation movement., Venceremos Brigade, GAYS AND LESBIANS, Fruit Punch Collective., American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982, Gays -- Cuba -- Personal narratives., Cuba and gays in Cuba / produced by the Fruit Punch Collective.||American Women -- International women, American Women -- Lesbians||AZ0094||Cuba and gays in Cuba : part one, 1976 / produced by the Fruit Punch Collective|