KPFA Poetry Festival May 14, 1977. From the folio: "On Saturday, May 14, U.C.'s S.U.P.E.R.B. Productions will present what will be the biggest poetry reading staged in the Bay Area since the Vietnam era, and perhaps the biggest ever. And all on behalf of raising funds for KPFA! KPFA and Pacifica have long been an important medium for the presentation of the works of contemporary poets.
"Got the Blues" is the story of rape, robbery and big big business. "Got the Blues" is also a story of love, artistic dedication, and spiritual strength above and beyond the call of duty.
LINKS BETWEEN THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT AND THE VIETNAM WAR : KEY SPEECHES BY DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING AND CORETTA SCOTT KING / compiled from Pacifica Archives by Laurie Garrett. The link between the antiwar movement and the civil rights movement was first made forcefully by Malcolm X.
This recording is an interview Padraigin McGillicuddy conducted with Sharon Devlin concerning the role of women in early Celtic societies. Includes discussions of relative equality, marriage customs, fosterage, taboos as mind control, culture in general, the tribal systems, similarities to native American Indian structures, and religions. RECORDED: at Devlin's home.
Charles Amirkhanian interviews timpanist Elayne Jones. She discusses her career, the problems of Blacks in American symphonies, and the influence of Black African music on Western European music. Includes excerpts of performances (Elayne Jones plays timpani on all of these selections). Tchaikovsky "1812 Overture"- Morton Gould, RCA Symphony Orch.
A documentary study of de facto segregation in Los Angeles, produced by Jim Osborn of KPFK. The case in point is the boundary between the White South Gate High School and the Black David Starr Jordan High, just a mile and a half away.
Discussion of the drug culture, Dr. Timothy Leary and Rosemary Leary.
A documentary that takes a look at women's place in the paid labor force. Features audio of members of Hotel Employees and Restaurant Employees and Bartenders International Union Local 2, protesting the mental and physical brutality of their work in San Francisco, July 1980, as well as interviews with San Francisco hotel maids describing their strenuous work conditions.
Patricia Schroeder (July 30, 1940- ) was a Denver, Colorado lawyer who ran an unconventional campaign for Congress and won.
Hal Draper, socialist activist and author comments on the San Francisco Examiner's attack on Women for Peace, which had been holding demonstrations all over the country against bomb testing. In an article printed in the San Francisco Examiner on Monday, May 21, 1962, it was suggested that the Women for Peace movement was infiltrated and controlled by Communists.
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