Browse the American Women collection
|Title||Description||Keywords||Genre||PRA Archive #||StoreItem|
|Barbara Loden : director / introduced by Albert Johnson.||
Barbara Loden (July 8, 1932 – September 5, 1980), writer, director and producer of the film "Wanda" (1970) discusses women in the film industry before a San Francisco Film Festival audience. Some of the questions asked by the audience are about Loden's filmmaking process, the film's political message, and why she chose to set the film in eastern Pennsylvania.
|Johnson, Albert., Women in the film industry., Film directors and producers., American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982, Loden, Barbara||American Women -- Film and television||BC0169|
|Barbara: an in-depth study of an American prostitute / produced by Martin Varno||
Folio description: "Documentary on a highly educated, intelligent woman who has chosen prostitution as a profession. Barbara, a sometime student at one of California's largest universities with an IQ well above average; but at nineteen she isn't the average teenager. She's a well-trained, highly skilled professional, an expert in a field which brings her approximately one thousand tax-free dollars a week." Barbara discusses how she got into the business as a junior high school student, her experiences with psychedelic drugs, and whether or not prostitution should be a legalized and regulated. Also includes interviews with Robert McDaniels of the Stanley Fleischman law offices; Albert Vincent Freeman, clinical psychologist and consultant with the Southern California branch of the Institute For Rational Living. Program also referred to as A Time To Think. Conceived, written, and presented by Martin Varno. Production and technical assistance by Ron Quakeman, John Stevens, Bixby Lynn, Janet Bernstein, Jan Russell, Norman Belkin, and Dennis Wayne. The program was produced by the Goldenrod Serena Company, exclusively for Pacifica Radio and was written and directed by Martin Varno. Ed Stoddard, end announcer. Contains very loud cricket song during the portion of Barbara's interview. Broadcast on KPFK 1969-07-19.
|Prostitutes -- Biography., Freeman, Albert Vincent, McDaniels, Robert, American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982||American Women -- Sex, American Women -- Autobiographies and Biographies||BB1800|
|Bard at large / Rae Lake Costos.||
Rae Lake Costos is the "Bard at Large" of KPFT, Houston. She defines a bard as a person who travels about carrying the news of heroes from place to place. In our age, the heroes are those who help us define what spiritual freedom is. While visiting from Houston, Ms. Costos recorded these thoughts about the rebirth of the human soul. Through her own poetry and that of Edna St. Vincent Millay, beautifully read, Ms. Costos speaks of our need to give birth to our inner self, the intuitive self beyond reason, emotion or the senses. Produced by Lois Hansen.
|Poetry., Costos, Rae Lake, Millay, Edna St. Vincent, 1892-1950, American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982||American Women -- Poetry, American Women -- New age/Wicca||BC0935|
|Behavior analysis and children's learning speed / Michael Commons interviewed by Elsa Knight Thompson||
Michael Commons, president of the Behavior Systems Corporation in New York City discusses techniques of behavior research with Elsa Knight Thompson.
|Child development., Human behavior -- Research., American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982, Commons, Michael L.||American Women -- Psychology and psychotherapy, American Women -- Parenting and children||BB1808|
|Ben Chavis and the Wilmington 10 / Elizabeth Chavis and Helen Othow interviewed by Angela Davis||
Angela Davis interviews Mrs. Elizabeth Chavis and Dr. Helen Othow, the mother and sister of the Reverend Ben Chavis, about Ben and the Wilmington 10. First broadcast on 11/28/77, 5:00 p.m. Produced by KPFA.
|Chavis, Elizabeth., Othow, Helen Chavis, 1932-, Davis, Angela Y. (Angela Yvonne), 1944-, Trials (Political crimes and offenses), Civil rights -- United States., Race discrimination -- United States., Blacks -- Civil rights., Wilmington 10, Chavis, Ben, 1948-, American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982, African Americans--Civil rights--History||American Women -- Women of Color and discrimination||AZ0138||Ben Chavis and the Wilmington 10 / Elizabeth Chavis and Helen Othow interviewed by Angela Davis|
|Benefit for women library workers / Malvina Reynolds and Margie Adam||
Malvina Reynolds and Margie Adam perform at a benefit for Women Library Workers. Recorded at Glide Church in San Francisco on May 13th, 1977. Produced by Martha Oelman. Songs performed are: 1. Artichokes -- 2. If You Love Me -- 3. There's A Bottom Below -- 4. The Albatross -- 5. The Little Red Hen -- 6. Turn Around -- 7. Carolina Cotton Mill Song -- 8. World In Their Pocket -- 9. Little Boxes -- 10. Best Friend (The Unicorn Song)
|Reynolds, Malvina., Adam, Margie., Women musicians -- United States., Women Library Workers (U.S.), Glide Memorial United Methodist Church (San Francisco, Calif.), American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982||American Women -- Music and musicians||AZ1343||Malvina Reynolds and Margie Adams (CD)|
|Berkeley Women's Music Collective, BeBe K'Roche, and Rose Bubbling||
Unlearning to Not Speak, Sisterhood Sounds Good. Bay Area women musicians live in our studio tonight. Women singing songs written by and for women. Berkeley Women's Music Collective performs "Nicki", "SF Bank Song", "Gay and Proud", "She Is My Sister", "Learn How To Give", and "Understand". Program also features BeBe K'Roche and Rose Bubbling. Produced by Rose Panico, Fran Tornabene and Kathy McAnally.
|American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982, Unlearning to Not Speak collective., Berkeley Women's Music Collective, Be Be K'Roche (Musical group), Women musicians., Women's music||American Women -- Music and musicians||AZ1656|
|Berkeley/Oakland Women's Chorus live at the Working Women's Conference||
Excerpt from a Berkeley/Oakland Women's Chorus performance at the Working Women's Conference, possibly in Berkeley, 1973. The Berkeley/Oakland Women's Chorus included Bonnie Lockhart, Elaine Magree, Laurie Olsen and Janet Rachel. Songs performed are Nine to Five (written by Boston clerical workers who were organizing), a song in Spanish, and Still Ain't Satisfied (written by Lockhart).
|American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982, Women musicians., Women's music||American Women -- Music and musicians||AZ1692|
|Bernadette Devlin speaks at LeConte School with a short interview by Hal Levin.||
Bernadette Devlin (McAliskey) (1947 - ), Northern Irish revolutionary and member of the British Parliament, speaks at a gathering sponsored by the International Socialists of Berkeley. Her talk is followed by a question and answer session and the final portion of this program is a short interview with Devlin conducted by Hal Levin of KPFA and other members of the press.
|Ireland -- Politics and government., McAliskey, Bernadette Devlin, 1947-, Northern Ireland., Northern Ireland -- Social conditions., Northern Ireland -- Politics and government., American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982||American Women -- Politicians and politics, American Women -- International women||BC0187|
|Bettina Aptheker interviewed by Elsa Knight Thompson||
Bettina Aptheker discusses with Elsa Knight Thompson her reasons for being a Communist Party member, her experiences as a young woman, traveling in Europe, and various related subjects. Knight mentions that it has been a year since Sproul Hall and the FSM activities, and asks Aptheker to discuss where she thinks the student movement is now, how she feels about her election as one of the three student reps to the campus rules committee, and other current concerns.
|Aptheker, Bettina, Free Speech Movement (Berkeley, Calif.), Communists -- California., Women -- Political activity., American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982||American Women -- Activists, American Women -- Politicians and politics||BB1280|