Actuality from the benefit concert that took place on May 25, 1980 at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles. Part 1 includes the opening, Pat Smith, Friends Band, and Alliance for Survival welcome. Part 2 includes Roscoe Lee Browne, Danny Ishio, (Solar) Bruce Mussell, and John Trudell. Part 3 includes Susan St. James, Holly Near, Ron Kovic, and Michio Kaku.
Performance of two musical peices.
Inttermodulation ensemble of Cambridge, England -- Warsaw New Music Ensemble.
Jefferson School Folk Choir performs music ranging from traidtional spirituals to popular tunes.
Speech about American politics and the need for an alternative.
Symposium heard at the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) held in December 1971 in Philadephia titled "Can we find an index for the quality of life?" Moderators are professor S. Fred Singer of the University of Virginia, and professor Mancur L. Olsen of the University of Maryland. Speakers are Uriel G.
Whitney Young Jr., executive director of the Urban League, speaking on civil rights at the 28th convention of the League of Women Voters of the United States, held at the Conrad Hilton Hotel in Chicago, Illinois in April 1968.
This program includes highlights of the two-day symposium held in San Francisco in November of 1980, organized by Physicians For Social Responsibility and the Council For a Livable World Education Fund. Presented by physicians, scientists, and former high-level government personnel. Tape produced by Ken Olcott.
Katz appears in San Francisco to discuss his recently published book, Gay American History. Readings from Katz's book by the host are interspersed with clips of Katz's speech in SF.
Recordings and interviews. Includes accompaniment by Bob Dylan, Arlo Guthrie, the original Almanac Singers, Woody Guthrie, and the Weavers; a rare recording of the Peeksill story by Paul Robeson.
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