KPFA open hour

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BB0388 Reverend Wyatt T. Walker

This is a three-part program on Administrative director of the Southern Christian Leadership...

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KPFA allowed for several "open hours" in their schedule every month, which they...

KPFA, 28 May 1963.
BB0416 Louis Lomax in San Francisco

Louis E. Lomax addresses a rally in San Francisco in late August 1963 of the United San...

KPFA, 20 Aug. 1963.
BB1309 Conditions in the Oakland ghetto

Mark Comfort, president of the Oakland Direct Action Committee, and member Ronald Stevens...

KPFA, 7 Aug. 1967.
BB1732 Ban the Barb in the Richmond Public Library: what shall they read / produced by Steve Clark

Documentary on the City Council hearings about censoring literature in the Richmond Public...

KPFA, September 15, 1968
BB1782 Police fire on Black Panther headquarters

KPFA's Colin Edwards reports on the police attack on the Black Panther Party headquarters...

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Sensitive language: shit

1968-09-10
BB1803 The population bomb / Dennis Parnell and Paul Ehrlich interviewed by Al Silbowitz

An interview with Stanford Professor Paul R. Ehrlich (noted population biologist and author of...

American Women -- Reproductive rights KPFA, July 30, 1968
BB2205 What's the panic: pollution and birth control / Dr. Paul Ehrlich

Dr. Paul Ehrlich, Stanford professor and author of "The Population Bomb" talks about...

American Women -- Reproductive rights KPFA, September 1, 1969
BB2235 A medical desert / Dr. Richard Fine and Shari Whitehead interviewed by Elsa Knight Thompson

Elsa Knight Thompson talks with Shari Whitehead of the International Liberation School and Dr....

American Women -- Women of Color and discrimination, American Women -- Health KPFA, July 30, 1969
BB2250.03 Women speak out against fascism (Episode 3 of 12)

A panel at the conference called by the Black Panther Party the weekend of July 18-20 in Oakland...

American Women -- Women of Color and discrimination, American Women -- Activists, American Women -- Work and unions KPFA, 11 Aug. 1969
BB2250.04 William Kunstler speaks (Episode 4 of 12)

Militant speech on the need for radical change in America. Bill Kunstler, one of the lawyers...

KPFA, 30 July 1969.
BB2250.05 Ron Dellums speaks (Episode 5 of 12)

Ron Dellums, Berkeley City Councilman outlines directions for change in American society at the...

KPFA, 1 Aug. 1969.
BB2250.06 Jeff Jones speaks (Episode 6 of 12)

Jeff Jones of Students for a Democratic Society outlines the changes needed in American society...

KPFA, 4 Aug. 1969.
BB2250.09 Charles Garry speaks (Episode 9 of 12)

Attorney Charles Garry speaking on Black political and legal rights at the United Front Against...

KPFA, 11 Aug. 1969.
BB2250.12 Religion vs. fascism seminar (Episode 12 of 12)

Portions of the Religion versus Fascism seminar held on Saturday, July 20, 1969 at Bobby Hutton...

KPFA, 13 Aug. 1969 and 21 Nov. 1969.
BB2259 A talk with Bobby Seale

Black Panther Party Chairman Bobby Seale is interviewed by Elsa Knight Thompson in the San...

KPFA, 1969-11-12
BB2260 A new breed of lawyers / Carol Ruth Silver interviewed by Elsa Knight Thompson

Attorney Carol Ruth Silver, Director of Berkeley Neighborhood Legal Services, is interviewed by...

American Women -- Work and unions KPFA, October 27, 1969
BB2306 U.S. prisoners in North Vietnam / Madeline Duckles interviewed by Elsa Knight Thompson

An interview with Madeline Duckles, of Women for Peace, who was one of three American women who...

American Women -- Vietnam conflict, American Women -- Peace and Antinuclear activism KPFA, December 31, 1969
BB2320 A conversation with Ella Winter / interviewed by Elsa Knight Thompson

The internationally known political author and lecturer Ella Winter talks with Elsa Knight...

American Women -- Authors and journalists, American Women -- Politicians and politics KPFA, February 19, 1969
BB2358 The Delano grape strike and Cesar Chavez

Cesar Chavez, President of the National Farm Workers Association, spoke in Berkeley under the...

KPFA, 15 Jan. 1966.
BB2379 Blacks and the jury system / moderated by Elsa Knight Thompson

A panel discussion on the problems of being Black or Mexican-American under current jury...

American Women -- Women of Color and discrimination KPFA, February 11, 1970
BB2385 East Germany and Europe / Helga Lohr-Bailey interviewed by Elsa Knight Thompson

Helga Lohr-Bailey, who lived for ten years in East Germany, tells Elsa Knight Thompson about...

American Women -- International women KPFA, March 19, 1970
BB2480 The Greek press and people / Helen Vlachos interviewed by Don Porsche

Mrs. Helen Vlachos, publisher of a conservative Greek newspaper, who ceased publication in 1967...

American Women -- International women KPFA, May 19, 1970
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