Goldman, Emma, 1869-1940
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|PRA Archive #||Title||Description||Genre||Broadcast Date|
|AZ0033.04||Indian genocide ; pioneers ; labor movement of the late 19th century.||
Includes Indian chants, John Neihardt on Black Elk and Ogilala Sioux, Yonnondio by Tillie Olsen...
|KPFA, July 3, 1976.|
|AZ0471.05||Out of the kitchen and into the sweat shop : the story of working women in America / produced by Joanna Brouk and Toni Maher. (Episode 5 of 7)||
A survey of the lives and works of Emma Goldman, Rose Schneiderman, Mother Jones, Jane Addams,...
|American Women -- Activists, American Women -- Women's history, American Women -- Work and unions, American Women -- Autobiographies and Biographies||KPFA, July 16, 1979.|
|AZ0980||Love, anarchy, and Emma Goldman / Candace Falk ; interviewed and produced by Laurie Edesky.||
Candace Falk, author of "Love, Anarchy, and Emma Goldman," discusses her research...
|KPFA, 28 Mar. 1985.|
|BC0602||American women in history / Isabel Welsh ; interviewed by Judy Chicago.||
Isabel Welsh, political scientist at UC Berkeley who was involved in the lawsuit against the...
|American Women -- Women's history||KPFK, 9 Feb. 1972.|
|BC2149||Emma Goldman: 1869-1940 / produced by Marcia Danab and Nina Mende||
Emma Goldman (1869-1940) committed her life to fighting economic and sexist exploitation and was...
|American Women -- Activists, American Women -- Women's history||WBAI, circa 1975 and September 18, 1981|
|IZ1084||The Velvet Sledgehammer: February 16, 1983||
Production reel for the February 16, 1983 episode of The Velvet Sledgehammer. Hosted and...
|American Women -- Women's history, American Women -- Activists||WBAI 16 Feb. 1983|