Discrimination in criminal justice administration--United States.

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BB1722.01 Cops and robbers I: Police in the ghetto

Four youths from Hunters Point discuss police problems and suggest changes. Herb Kutchins of the...

KPFA 3 Aug 1968
BC0923 The trial of the San Quentin six

Documentary on the six Black and Chicano prisoners who, following George Jackson's death,...

KPFA, 17 Aug. 1972.
BC0669 The end of the Soledad Brothers trial

Documentary on the trial and verdict of the two surviving Soledad brothers. John Clutchette and...

KPFA, 1972-05-01.
BC0239.07 Mrs. Georgia Jackson

George Jackson's mother speaks out about the killing of her son on August 22, 1971, the day...

KPFA, 22 Aug. 1971.
BC1693 The San Quentin six

This program is an examination of the San Quentin Six, Black and Latino prisoners on trial in...

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Note on box: For Pacifica and affiliates only.

KPFA, 22 May 1973.
BB3146 N.A.A.C.P. on capital punishment / Jack Greenberg and John Griffiths.

Two speeches on racist factors in capital punishment.

WBAI, 9 Oct. 1969.
BC0241 Report on the deaths at San Quentin

This is a report on the death of George Jackson at the San Quentin prison, starting with an...

8 Sept. 1971.
BC0242 Report on the deaths at San Quentin : 21 August, 1971.

A report on the events from August 27, 1971 through August 31, 1971 related to the death of...

8 Sept. 1971.
BC0239 The death of George Jackson

George Jackson, one of the Soledad Brothers, was killed in San Quentin prison on August 21, 1971...

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part 1: Interview with George Jackson, July 28, 1971 -- part 2: KPFA news update, leading with...

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All reels have been digitized. See each part's record for ordering information.

August 21-23, 1971 and August 31, 1971.
BB1772.02A The need for action (Part 1 of 2)

Father James E. Groppi, a white Roman Catholic priest leading a black militant group in...

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KPFA Folio note, February 1969: Father James E. Groppi, a white Roman Catholic priest, is a...

KPFA 27 Dec 1968
BB1772.02B The need for action (Part 2 of 2)

Father James E. Groppi, a white Roman Catholic priest leading a black militant group in...

KPFA 27 Dec 1968
BB1721.05 Conference on racism in the law ; no.5: Various aspects of racism in pre- and post-courtroom proceedings

On May 4, 1968, nine Bay Area legal organizations sponsored a conference on "Racism in the...

KPFA, 17 Aug 1968.
BB1721.01 Conference on racism in the law ; no.1: Keynote address

On May 4, 1968, nine Bay Area legal organizations sponsored a conference on "Racism in the...

KPFA, 7 may 1968.
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