Peggy Bray and Ginny Z. Berson host Majority Report, December 23, 1982: Segments: 1. News wrap-up -- 2. Peggy Bray reports on sexual abuse of children in light of the Tara Burke case; contains an interview with a survivor of childhood sexual abuse -- 3. Ginny Z. Berson interviews Barbara Smith, Black lesbian-feminist activist and writer and one of the founders of Kitchen Table: Women of Color Press that promotes the writing of women of color -- 4. Karen Sundheim speaks with Peggy Kreskoff[sp?] and Graham Perry of the Gay and Lesbian Union at UC Berkeley about their attempts to organize a multicultural gay and lesbian studies program at the school -- 5. Report on the International Tribunal on Reparations for Black People which took place November 13-14 in New York City; contains an excerpt from health activist Dr. Ebun Adelona's testimony at the Tribunal. The final segment, produced by Reyna Cowan about women in rugby, is introduced but is not included on PRA's copy of this recording. Theme music by Laurie Spiegel.
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