Goldman, Emma, 1869-1940

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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
CSVGoldman, Emma, 1869-1940