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Cynthia Hamilton.

Program Title:
Cynthia Hamilton.
PRA Archive #: 
KZ1592
Description: 

Discussion about the Iraq Gulf War. Guests include Professor Gerald Horn, Chair of Black Studies Department at U.C. Santa Barbara; Dr. Elaine Hagopian, Professor of Sociology at Simmons College in Boston; Dolores Niamaya, President of the Author's Study Club; and Christine Nelson, Vice President of the Author's Study Club.|THE GROUND WAR BEGINS / Gerald Horn, Elaine Hagopian, Delores Niamaya, and Christine Nelson| iterviewed by Cynthia Hamilton. - SERIES: Family tree - Three interviews conducted on the day that the United States began air operations agains Iraq in the 1992 Guld War. CONTENT: pt.1. United States policies in the Gulf / Gerald Horn, Chair of the Black Studies Department at U.C. Santa Barbara (15 min.) -- pt.2. Background of Iraqi-Kuwati relations since 1928 / Dr. Elaine Hagopian, Professor of Sociology at Simmons College (30 min.) -- pt.3. Black history month and the Black rights backlash / Delores Niamaya and Christine Nelson from the Author Study Club (15 min.). - BROADCAST: KPFK, 17 Jan. 1992.

Station: 
Date Recorded on: 
17 Jan. 1991.
Date Broadcast on: 
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Item duration: 
1 reel (50 min.) : 7 1/2 ips., mono.|60:00
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Distributor: 
Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archive, 1991.
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