This is the first of four parts recorded at the teach-in on El Salvador held at KPFK, Los Angeles, March 1981. This portion includes Gloria Tierney of Amnesty International; Tony Bielensen, U.S. Congressman from Los Angeles; John Dingus, freelance journalist from Washington, D.C.; Lou Wolfe of the Covert Action Information Bulletin; Chris Chamberlain, aid to Senator Paul Tsongas of Massachusetts, Mary Saylin of the Committee Against Registration of Draft in Los Angeles. Produced by Helene Rosenbluth, Clare Spark, and Marc Cooper. Needs outro: That was Marc Cooper and Clare Spark speaking with legislators and activists around the State Department's white paper report. Includes call-ins from listeners.
r.1. Gloria Tierney of Amnesty International, Congressman Tony Bielenson, journalist John Dingus, Lou Wolf of the Covert Action Information Bulletin, Senatorial aid Chris Champerlain (54 min.). -- r.2. Professor Nancy Hollander, sociologist Carl Boggs, political scientist Bill Bollinger, Norma Chinchilla, Sister Margarite Navarro of the El Salvador Commission on Human Rights (79 min.). -- r.3. Audience questions (41 min.). -- r.4. Los Angeles community organizations for El Salvador (45 min.).