Skip to main content

More right-solid
More right-solid
SHOW DETAILS
up-solid down-solid
eye
Title
Date Favorited
Creator
Pacifica Radio Archives
by Pacifica Radio Archives
audio
eye 1,298
favorite 2
comment 0
THE DELANO GRAPE STRIKE: Cesar Chavez introduced by Hank Anderson. Cesar Chavez, President of the National Farm Workers Association, spoke in Berkeley under the auspices of of Citizens for Farm Labor, on January 5, about the progress of the Delano Grape Strike and the history of the National Farm Workers Association. He is introduced by Henry Anderson, Chairman of Citizens for Farm Labor. - RECORDED in Berkeley. BROADCAST: KPFA, 15 January 1966. (29 min.) BB2358 Pacifica Radio Archives.
Topics: delano, chavez, labor, farm, grape, strike, pacifica
Folkscanomy Politics: Political Systems, Government and Democratic Organization
by Max Eastman (ed.)
texts
eye 652
favorite 1
comment 0
The Liberator. Volume 1, Number 1, Whole Number 1 (March 1918). Max Eastman, editor. CONTENTS: Max Eastman: Editorials. Arturo Giovannitti: "Anniversary" (poem); Howard Brubaker: "The One-Armed Patriot." Elizabeth Irons Folsom: "The Revolt of the Flesh." Jean Starr Untermeyer: "Church Sociable" (poem). Helen Keller: "In Belhalf of the IWW." John Reed: "Red Russia: The Triumph of the Bolsheviki" (Part 1). Max Eastman: "Isadora...
Topics: Max Eastman, Crystal Eastman, Industrial Workers of the World, IWW, Socialist Party of America,...
Folkscanomy Politics: Political Systems, Government and Democratic Organization
by James P. Cannon (editor)
texts
eye 1,831
favorite 1
comment 0
The New Militant Volume 1 (Dec. 15, 1934 to Dec. 28, 1935) Complete run of this rare radical newspaper, the official organ of the Workers Party of the United States (WPUS), headed by A.J. Muste and James P. Cannon. Cannon's Communist League of America terminated its own publication, "The Militant," at the time of its merger with Muste's American Workers Party. This publication was the successor. This pdf was produced by Dr. Martin Goodman of the Riazanov Library Digitization Project...
Topics: Socialism -- United States -- Publications, Workers Party of the United States, WPUS, American...
"Formation of the Proletarian Party of America, 1913-1923: Part 1: John Keracher's Proletarian University and the Establishment of the Communist Party of America," by Tim Davenport Corvallis, OR: 1000 Flowers Publishing, 2011. First installment of a two-part study of the origins of the Proletarian Party of America, lead by Scottish emigrant John Keracher. Originating in the city of Detroit, the revolutionary socialist Keracher "Proletarian University" faction won control of...
Topics: Socialism--History, Socialist Party of America, Socialist Party USA, Socialist Party, SPA, SPUSA,...
Folkscanomy Politics: Political Systems, Government and Democratic Organization
by James P. Cannon (editor)
texts
eye 1,853
favorite 1
comment 0
The New Militant Volume 2 (Jan. 4, 1936 to June 6, 1936) Complete run of this rare radical newspaper, the official organ of the Workers Party of the United States (WPUS), headed by A.J. Muste and James P. Cannon. Cannon's Communist League of America terminated its own publication, "The Militant," at the time of its merger with Muste's American Workers Party. This publication was the successor. This publication terminated early in June 1936 when the organization disestablished itself...
Topics: Socialism -- United States -- Publications, Workers Party of the United States, WPUS, American...
Pacifica Radio Archives - California Audiovisual Preservation Project 2014
by Osborn, Jim; Brown, Leonard
audio
eye 185
favorite 1
comment 0
Description : An audio mosaic of people and sounds which tells the events of the integration struggles of the summer of 1963 in Los Angeles. It represents the four areas of concern as they are met locally by Negro leaders: housing, education, employment and police practices. The sources of the material run the full range of diversity from narrations of arrests, integration group meetings, rallies, press conferences and personal interviews. Reel 1 includes audio of James Baldwin speaking in Los...
Topics: californialightandsound, Race relations--Los Angeles (Calif.), Blacks--Los Angeles (Calif.)--Social...
Source: 2 Tapes of 2 : 1/4 inch audio tape
Folkscanomy Politics: Political Systems, Government and Democratic Organization
by Max Eastman (ed.)
texts
eye 551
favorite 2
comment 0
The Liberator. Volume 1, Number 2 (April 1918). Max Eastman, editor. Published in USA prior to 1923, public domain. CONTENTS: Cover: "Miss Anita Loos," by Frank Walts. Max Eastman: Editorials. Ruth R. Pearson: "To Woodrow Wilson" (poem). Beulah Amidon, John Storrs, Hortense Flexner, Ruth Pickering, Helen Hoyt: Poetry. Max Eastman: "China's Paintings." Vladimir Lossieff (trans.): "The Terrorist" (fiction). "Residents of Tulsa": "Tulsa,...
Topics: Max Eastman, Crystal Eastman, Industrial Workers of the World, IWW, Socialist Party of America,...
Folkscanomy Politics: Political Systems, Government and Democratic Organization
by William F. Dunne (1887-1953)
texts
eye 309
favorite 3
comment 0
"Worker Correspondents: What, Where, When, Why, How?" by William F. Dunne Little Red Library no. 4. Undated pamphlet, published in 1925 in Chicago by the Daily Worker Publishing Co. Edition of 10,000 copies. No copyright notice in original publication, published in USA between 1923 and 1978, public domain. This small pamphlet, originally produced in 32-mo format, is a how-to guide for workers to contribute journalism to the labor and communist press -- an American reflection of the...
Topics: Communist Party USA, CPUSA, Workers Correspondence movement, Rabkor, Little Red Library, Workers...
Pacifica Radio Archives - California Audiovisual Preservation Project 2014
by Schlein, Lisa; Dodson, Janet; Isaacs, Lenny
audio
eye 88
favorite 2
comment 0
Description : This documentary examines working conditions, alleged abuses, the role of the unions, the plight of undocumented workers, and other problems facing the garment industry in Los Angeles. Program features Mario Vazquez, international organizer for the International Ladies' Garment Workers Union (ILGWU); Bernard Brown, vice president of Koret of California; James Quillin, Labor Commissioner for the State of California; Blanca Hadar, Deputy City Attorney, Carl Villanoet[sp?], attorney...
Topics: californialightandsound, Textile industry--Health hazards, Garment workers--Los Angeles (Calif.),...
Source: 2 Tapes of 2 : 1/4 inch audio tape