Two musical works: one composed for use in hospitals, one for Peter Pan theme. 1. Piano: Healing Sounds (23:22), 2. Flute: a) Lifting off: Learning how to fly, b) 2 Birds (24:56). Flute: Maggie Payne, Piano: Joanna Brouk. This recording is likely an aircheck of Brouk and Payne's album Healing Music. Box notes list both March and April 1980. Note on box: NO CUSTOMER DUBS.
Peggy Seeger visited KPFA and talked about performing, writing music, why she doesn't call herself a feminist, and why women need to work together. Interspersed with the interview are excerpts from a performance at the Great American Music Hall in San Francisco, recorded by Tony Ferro on November 21, 1978.
Dr. Helen Caldicott speaks before the American Association for Advancement of Science and Physicians for Social Responsibility, recorded January 5, 1980.
This program explores the actual effect on women currently in the military and what meaning the draft has for women especially in relationship to the ERA (Equal Rights Amendment) and the feminist position against the military.
This program focuses on how single mothers and Third World women are being threatened by discriminatory trends in the Berkeley housing market, through interviews, drama, music, and commentary. The program talks about Berkeley, but the same info applies to L.A., St. Louis, Washington, DC, or wherever. Contains actualities and music.
Teurai Ropa (Amai Joice T.R. Mujuru) discusses the Zanu women's movement in Zimbabwe and her role in it.
Documentary on opposition to the Seabrook nuclear plant.
An interview with author and journalist Jessica Mitford (b. 1917 - d. 1996) by KPFA's Alan Snitow and Wendell Harper. She discusses techniques behind investigative reporting, such as using the language of the profession of the person you're interviewing and not putting them on the defensive, and how to deal with negative reactions from interviewees.
Cheryl Payer, author of "The Debt Trap" and member of the Rome Declaration Group, gives a critical analysis of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund, how loans disrupt developing economies, solutions to world poverty.
How the early 1960s civil rights movement produced the Freedom Singers. Bernice Johnson Reagon, Bob Dylan, Pete Seeger, Nina Simone, and Len Chandler. Demonstrations in Selma and Birmingham.|WE SHALL OVERCOME / produced by David King Dunaway. SERIES: Pie in the sky. Featuring on-the-spot recordings of demonstrations in Birmingham and Selma.
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