Prison reform.

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PRA Archive # Titlesort descending Description Genre Broadcast Date
BC0886 Angela's homecoming.

A few days after activist Angela Davis was found not guilty of all the charges against her, she...

American Women -- Activists, American Women -- Women of Color and discrimination KPFK, 1 Aug. 1972.
IZ0042 Attica : five years after / produced by David Levine.

On consequences of the 1971 prison riot and current conditions; interview with John Hill. The...

WBAI, Sept. 14, 1976.
BC0505.02 Attorneys for the defense / Faye Stender and Richard Berg.

Two defense attorneys testify about the problems in the prison system.

KPFA, 25 Oct. 1971.
BB5299 From the seat of power / Philip Hirschkop.

Attorney testifying on prison reform.

WBAI, 1971.
BC0578 Howard Levy on prisons / interviewed by Barbara Spark.

Discussion of Levy's book, Going to Jail : The Political Prisoner, political prisoners and...

KPFK, 9 Dec. 1971.
KZ0168 Native Americans from prison / Paul Skyhorse and Richard Mohawk ; interviewed by Dorothy Healey.

Two American Indian Movement activists charged with murder discuss prison conditions, political...

KPFK, June 19, 1977.
BC1098 Not to mourn for George Jackson, but to continue where he left off / Georgia Jackson ; interviewed by Karen Wald.

George Jackson's mother discusses her open letter concerning her son's death in San...

KPFA, 29 Sept. 1971.
BC1317 On the abolition of prisons / David Dellinger and Julian Tepper.

Discussion of prisons by an attorney and a criminologist before the Capital Area American Civil...

KPFA, 1 Nov. 1972.
BC0538 Our prisons shouldn't be reformed : they should be abandoned / Ramsey Clark.

United States Attorney General calls for massive changes in the American penalsystem.

KPFA, 21 Nov. 1972.
BC1031.01-.02 Prison day : speeches, addresses, and discussions on the American prison system / introduced by Denny Smithson.

Conference pointing out the need for drastic reform of the American prison system.

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pt.1. Keynote address / Tom Muron ; morning panel on perspectives on the present and future of...

KPFA, 8 June 1971.
BC0505.03 Spokesmenfor the guards / produced by Jenny Stone.

Examination of the testimony from three correctionalemployees about their union organization and...

KPFA, 25 Oct. 1971.
AZ0125 Struggle at Walla Walla / produced by Kevin Burke.

Three members of the Washington state prison support groups discuss the maximum security...

KPFA, Oct. 10, 1977.
BC0505.01 The Administrative view / produced by Bill Northwood.

Prisonadministrators express the problems they see within the system, and the difficulties that...

KPFA, 25 Oct. 1971.
BC0146 The Austin MacCormick Center / Peter Crysdale ; interviewed by Bill Northwood.

Director of a center for rehabilitation of men coming out of prison discusses the need for...

KPFA, 21 July 1971.
BC0021.24 The Institute on prisons / moderated by Karl Hess.

Members of the Institute for Policy Studies discuss America's prison problems.

WBAI, 24 Oct. 1971.
BC2785 Tom Wicker on prison reform.

Wicker discusses his experiences negotiating at the Attica prison riot, the prison system and...

WBAI, 9 Apr. 1972.
BC0145 Why jail reform? / Richard Korn ; interviewed by Betty Segal.

Discussion of the need for prison reform.

KPFA, 4 June 1971.
BC0655 Women in chains

Debra Smith, Tousha Wiley, Dolores Scott and Johnny Morris from the Harriet Tubman Prison...

American Women -- Law, American Women -- Women of Color and discrimination KPFK, February 21, 1972
CSVPrison reform.