Prisons and race relations.
|PRA Archive #||Title||Description||Genre||Broadcast Date|
|SZ0174||Soledad brother / produced by the Southern Christian Leadership Conference.||
On George Jackson and the Soledad Brothers case; also an interview with his mother, Mrs. George...
|BC1030||Richard Pryor on Attica / produced by Alan Farley.||
Compilation of Pryor's poetry and comments made during the Attica prison rebellion.|RICHARD...
|KPFA, 17 May 1972.|
|BC0240||Report on the death of George Jackson.||
Report on the controversial death of San Quentin inmate George Jackson. Includes actuality of...
|KPFA, 24 Aug. 1971.|
|BC0961||You can tell we are brothers by our love / produced by Fran Watkins.||
Jefferson School Folk Choir performs music ranging from traidtional spirituals to popular tunes...
|KPFA, 26 Jan. 1971.|
|KZ0983||Blacks in prisons : two reports / by Mark Schwartz and Doug Walter.||
On Ruchell Magee imprisoned because of his Black Panther activities; legal actions for the...
|BC0341||Requiem for a bad nigger / produced by Bruce Gossard.||
Documentary on the death of Soledad Brother George Jackson, and on his political views.
|KPFK, 23 Aug. 1971.|
|BB4803||The Slaying of George Jackson : response in the Black community of Los Angeles.||
Edward Dino McZeal and James Standifer discuss the official report on Jackson's slaying and...
|KPFK, 27 Aug. 1971.|
|BB2531||Huey Newton : August 11, 1970||
Huey Newton, the founder and Minister of Defense of the Black Panther Party, is interviewed by...
|14 Aug. 1970, 6 Sep. 1970|
|BB2438||A visit with Huey Newton at Vacaville Prison Facility||
Black Panther Party co-founder and leader Huey P. Newton discusses his imprisonment at Vacaville...
|BB2428||Eldridge Cleaver at California Hall||
Black Panther Party Minister of Information Eldridge Cleaver speaks at a meeting sponsored by...
|BB5463||An interview with Huey Newton||
Huey Newton, interviewed by Alex Hoffman, KPFA reporter. Newton, co-founder of the Black Panther...
|BC0144||Paul Cook, Ruchell Magee, and justice in America||
Paul Cook, former cellmate of Ruchell Magee, is on parole from San Quentin at the time of this...
|KPFA, 7 June 1971.|