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May 3, 1981 march on the Pentagon / Bella Abzug

May 3, 1981 March on the Pentagon organized by the People's Antiwar Coalition/May 3 Coalition. Speech on American militarism. Actuality from march. Includes speech by Bella Abzug. This protest is against military involvement with El Salvador. Recording was made from about 11am until 2pm.
Part one contains speeches by Michio Kaku, Sister Geraldine (Gerri) Brake, and Bella Abzug. Bella Abzug is also interviewed after her speech, which is cut off and contiuned in part two. (Interviewee is Ronnie Lovler). Part two contains a speech by Lori Feinstein[sp?], music by Sweet Honey in the Rock, speeches by Sister Theresa Kane, Ida Torres, Reverand Herbert Daughtry, and Arnoldo Ramos, and more music by Sweet Honey in the Rock. Other Pacifica voices heard include Nan Rubin, Askia Mohammed, and the Pacifica National News Service.

Abzug, Bella S., 1920-1998, Protests, demonstrations, vigils, etc. -- Washington, D.C., Militarism -- United States., March on the Pentagon / Bella Abzug., May 3 Coalition, People's Anti-war Mobilization (PAM), Anti-war demonstrations, Kaku, Michio., American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982 American Women -- Peace and Antinuclear activism PZ0041
Second Birth: Anais Nin At College Of Marin, California, 1973

Anais Nin [1903-1977] speech to students at College of Marin, California, 1973. She discusses the necessity of a second birth--the search for inner strength and the initiation of indidvidual growth. She believes the only way we as people can face the despairs and horrors of history is to conquer our own prejudices, become more sensitive and develop empathy for others. Audience questions are repeated by program announcer. Recorded 1973.

Nin, Anaïs, 1903-1977, American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982, Women authors American Women -- Authors and journalists PZ0492
The end of E.R.A. news conference / Eleanor Smeal.

Eleanor Smeal gives a speech on the non-ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment, sex discrimination, and the continuing struggle for women's rights at the National NOW headquarters, Washington, D.C.

Smeal, Eleanor., Equal Rights Amendment (Proposed)., Women's rights, National Organization for Women, American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982 American Women -- Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) PZ0073
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