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A Machinima series beloved by battlefield fans that was sadly removed from youtube
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Topic: Battlefield Machinima
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Doug Miller looks back at the legacy of Ahmed Ben Bella
Topics: algérie, amandla, panafricanism, ckut
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by TheFinnishBolshevik
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Professor Furr's article: http://msuweb.montclair.edu/~furrg/research/mlg09/did_ussr_invade_poland.html Stalin Offered a anti-nazi front to France and Britain before the non-aggression pact with Germany http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/russia/3223834/Stalin-planned-to-send-a-million-troops-to-stop-Hitler-if-Britain-and-France-agreed-pact.html Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kp5CU3OB2UU Uploader: TheFinnishBolshevik
Topics: Youtube, video, Education, Soviet Union (Country), Invasion Of Poland (Military Conflict), marx,...
Ourmedia
by Heidi Bachram
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Madaraka Nyerere, son of former President of Tanzania Julius Nyerere talks to Adam Ma'anit from the New Internationalist magazine for Pambazuka News. In London to relaunch the Arusha Declaration with the Global Women's Strike, the document is the foundation of socialist principles practiced by Nyerere's government. In this interview Madaraka explores the reasons why Nyerere's policies have been demolished by capitalism and the relevance of the his father's work for modern Africa and the women's...
Topics: Africa, social justice, human rights, rights, land, poverty, economy, globalisation, Julius...
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by Federal Bureau of Investigation
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by M. Braginsky, Y. Lukonin
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A 1965 Soviet work. Scanned by Alex Boykowich.
Topics: Colonialism, Uganda, Tanganyika, Tanzania, Zanzibar, Kenya, East African Federation
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Much of the history of the past 200 years revolved around a single idea. It was the vision that life could be lived in peace and brotherhood if only property were shared by all and distributed equally, eliminating the source of greed, envy, poverty and strife. This idea was called "socialism" and it was man's most ambitious attempt to supplant religion with a doctrine grounded on science rather than revelation. It became the most popular political idea in history. Its provenance was...
Topics: Socialism, Economy, Bolshevism, Fabianism, Leninism, Maoism, Marxism, collective ownership,...
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A variety of documentary films that cover socialist Cuba's involvement in Angola's war for independence. Angola struggled successfully to liberated itself from the Portuguese Empire, but could not find peace due to the familiar machinations of the United States. The CIA used covert methods in Angola to sponsor a rebel movement against Angola's strongest and most popular political party, the socialist MPLA. The US went beyond simply creating trouble for Angolan government inside its borders; it...
Topics: Cuba, Angola, anti-imperialism, colonialism, Portugues Empire, CIA
Hearings held June 4-7, 1962
Topic: Communism
Source: bplgovdocs
Educational Films
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'Now Is the Time' featured actors Ruby Dee and Ossie Davis doing in-studio readings from the passionate writings of American Negroes as cameras caught on-location illustrative and impressionistic films of Philadelphia Negroes. A unique anthology of American Negro attitudes from the earliest days of subservience to current times of heightened self-respect." Includes footage of a church service, elderly women, children playing, decayed apartment buildings, protest marches and rallies, lunch...
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Topics: Poetry, African Americans, African Americans, Poetry
Educational Films
by Minerva film, A/S; McGraw-Hill Book Company
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Also known under the title Tanzania self reliance: the key to progress Edited version of the motion picture entitled Tanzania chooses her own way Search Educational Film Journals at Media History Project for references to this film Summary Shows Tanzania's app./ia metadata tanzaniaprogreation and the economic problems characteristic of all developing nations. Describes the idea of African socialism as a response to the challenge of development in terms of the pressures under which newly...
Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Socialism, Socialism
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Naropa Poetics Audio Archives
by Baraka, Amiri
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First half of an Amiri Baraka lecture on various subjects including poetry as the basis of all writing, William Shakespeare, dub poets, the United States in Grenada, Brahma, Mark Twain, slave writing, African syntax, and critical realism. (Continues on 84p002.)
Topics: New American Poetry, New York School, African American literature, poetry and race
Naropa Poetics Audio Archives
by Baraka, Amiri
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Second half of a class by Amiri Baraka on topics including black literature, Black Arts Movement, assassinations of the 1960's, colonialism, Jesse Jackson and the Rainbow Coalition, and a reading of the "Defeat Reagan" poem. (Continued from 84p003.)
Topics: New American Poetry, New York School, African American literature, poetry and race, Black Arts...
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by Baraka, Amiri
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First half of a class by Amiri Baraka. He discusses Langston Hughes, the Harlem Renaissance, Negritude, indigenisme and black modernism. He covers Hughes's life and writings including "Red haired baby," "Montage of a dream defined," and his translations. Baraka also talks about Haitian indigenisme poets, negritude poets Leon Damas and Aime Cesaire, including Cesaire's "Notes on return to my native land." (Continued on 84P006)
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Open Source show. Christopher Lydon with Amiri Baraka on Coltrane.
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Building Bridges over WBAI radio, 99.5FM with Mimi Rosenberg & Ken Nash Mon., February 17, 2014, 7 pm EST *****************************. A Black History Month Special The Homecoming Tribute for The Action Figure, The Instrumentalist of Words, The Writer, The Master Teacher Amiri Baraka The Homecoming tribute of writer and revolutionary icon Amiri Baraka shut down a section of one of downtown Newarkâs main streets, dignitary style. African drummers flanked the entry to Newark Symphony Hall,...
Topics: Amiri Baraka, Larry Hamm, Woody King Jr. and Danny Glover, Saul Williams, Ras Baraka, Michael Eric...
Building Bridges over WBAI radio, 99.5FM with Mimi Rosenberg & Ken Nash Mon., January 13, 2014, 7 - 8 pm EST streaming @ www.wbai.org smartphone streaming @ http://stream.wbai.org *****************************. Amiri Baraka, In His Own Words â Presente! âThe attempt to divide art and politics is a bourgeois which says good poetry, art, cannot be political, but since everything is ⦠political, even an artist or work that claims not to have any politics is making a political statement by...
Topics: Assemblyman Richard Gottfried, affordable Health Care Act, Physiicians for a National Health...
Amherst Media
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Title: Amiri Baraka Lecture presented at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst Special introduction by Dr. Amilcar Shabazz Guest introduction of Amiri Baraka by Professor John Bracey Primary speaker: Amiri Baraka Cameras: Jim Lescault Editor: Mel Mel Mooring Filmed in 2011
Topics: amiria baraka, umass amherst, poetry, amherst, amherst media, amilcar shabazz, john bracey
Educational Films
by National Educational Television and Radio Center; Indiana University
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Discusses the thesis that Russia's revolution is unfinished, since it has not yet come into harmony with the talents of the Russian people. Shows scenes of life in Russia today and presents interviews with leading persons in economics, medicine, science, children's literature and poetry
Topic: Revolution (Soviet Union : 1917-1921)
Educational Films
by John Coltrane Quartet; National Educational Television and Radio Center; Indiana University, Bloomington
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Produced by NET Music by the John Coltrane Quartet Summary Explores the relationship of the Bla.k policeman to other blacks by interviewing those on both sides in New York City and Los Angeles. Points out that some see Black police officers as representing a white system badly in need of change while other Blacks accuse the Black cop of seeking only the instant authority that comes with a badge.
Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, African American police, Police-community relations, Civil rights,...
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Amina Baraka, People's Poet Pen World Voices @CooperUnion, April 30, 2017
Topics: Amina Baraka, People's Poet, Cooper Union, Pen World Voices
Uprising Radio Archives
by Sonali Kolhatkar and Bipasha Shom
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On this episode of Uprising with Sonali: Cristina Mislan analyses breaking news of the day. Plus,Jonathan Ryan and Sameera Hafiz speak about migrant mothers and their hunger strike in a detention center in Texas. And, acclaimed author and activist Selma James discusses socialist cooperatives in Tanzania and the model that they represent for positive change all over the world.
Topics: report, ICIJ, Huffington Post, projects, World Bank, displaced, worldwide, Western, Kenya, mine,...
Activist Dorothy Healey (1914-2006) offers an exploration of the revolutionary activities and philosophy of Rosa Luxemburg, the extraordinary German Jewish Communist leader.
Topics: Communists -- Biography., American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982, Healey, Dorothy,...
Source: http://pacificaradioarchives.org/american-women-making-history-and-culture-1963-1982
Jim Berland interviews Communist Party activist Dorothy Healey and community organizer Bob Wells about radical politics, activism, violence, and the Weather Underground.
Topics: Healey, Dorothy, 1914-2006, Wells, Bob., Radicalism., Weather Underground., Protest movements --...
Source: http://pacificaradioarchives.org/american-women-making-history-and-culture-1963-1982
Blanche Cook interviews Cathy Porter about her book "Alexandra Kollontai: a biography," about Kollontai (1872-1952), a female Russian Communist revolutionary who fought for workers and women's rights. Music ends abruptly at red leader.
Topics: American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982, Porter, Cathy, Kollontaï, A. (Aleksandra),...
Source: http://pacificaradioarchives.org/american-women-making-history-and-culture-1963-1982
Elsa Knight Thompson and U.C. Berkeley student movement leaders Mario Savio, Bettina Aptheker, Frank Bardacke, and Reese Erlich, discuss the report entitled "Culture of the University, Governance and Education: the Report of the Study Commission on University Governance" by the University of California, which describes the role of the students on campus. Broadcast on KPFA on February 7, 1968.
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The politics of privilege. How does racism work to distort and lessen White women's lives? Bettina Aptheker, Coordinator of Women's Studies as U.C. Santa Cruz, spoke in April 1982 at Stanford University as part of the lecture series "Gender, Race and Class in Society," sponsored by The Center for Research of Women. Aptheker has written extensively on the role of Black women in American society, and has recently published "Women's Legacy: Essays on Race, Sex, and Class in American...
Topics: Racism., Women -- Social conditions., Aptheker, Bettina, American Women Making History and Culture:...
Source: http://pacificaradioarchives.org/american-women-making-history-and-culture-1963-1982
Ralph Abernathy and Angela Davis speak about an upcoming rally to be held in San Jose, CA on May 20, 1972. They also speak about the need for solidarity between anti-Vietnam groups in the fight. Originally a 2-part program, but part A is a duplicate of BC0763. BB5364B is now BB5364.
Topics: Abernathy, Ralph David., Davis, Angela Y. (Angela Yvonne), 1944-, Angela Davis and Ralph Abernathy...
Source: http://pacificaradioarchives.org/american-women-making-history-and-culture-1963-1982
Educational Films
by National Educational Television and Radio Center; Indiana University, Bloomington
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Topic: Race relations
Educational Films
by Wilber, Edwin L
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The events and personalities of 200 years of Black American history
Topics: African Americans, African Americans, Slavery, Racism, African Americans, African Americans, Race...
Educational Films
by National Educational Television and Radio Center; Indiana University, Bloomington
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Educational Films
by National Educational Television and Radio Center; Indiana University, Bloomington. Audio-Visual Center
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Explores the meaning of 'the Southern way of life.' Includes interviews with black and white citizens and shows scenes of segregated schools. Profiles a middle-aged man who has been unable to keep a job for five years due to an obsessive-compulsive condition. Explains that neurotics have reasons for performing ritual acts--even when they know the ritual is meaningless. Patient expresses his feelings about his symptoms, and his progress in therapy is shown. From the Disordered Mind series. R....
Topics: African Americans, African Americans
Educational Films
by National Educational Television and Radio Center; Indiana University, Bloomington. Audio-Visual Center
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Free at Last (1965) Examines early childhood education and its role in a school-oriented society. Considers the relationship between theories of education and learning and the changes in pedagogical techniques that have grown out of these theories.
Topics: African Americans, African Americans
Educational Films
by National Educational Television and Radio Center; Indiana University, Bloomington. Audio-Visual Center
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Examines the civilization of ancient Africa and its significance to the American Negro. Shows that white historians ignore old civilizations of Africa below the Sahara. Explores this little - known past through art and pageantry. Features Ossie Davis.
Topic: Civilization
Democracy Now!
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* Headlines for December 28, 2006 * Conflict in Somalia: Islamic Courts Abandon Mogadishu as UN Warns of Humanitarian Crisis * Angela Davis Speaks Out on Prisons and Human Rights Abuses in the Aftermath of Hurricane Katrina
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Bettina Aptheker discusses with Elsa Knight Thompson her reasons for being a Communist Party member, her experiences as a young woman, traveling in Europe, and various related subjects. Knight mentions that it has been a year since Sproul Hall and the FSM activities, and asks Aptheker to discuss where she thinks the student movement is now, how she feels about her election as one of the three student reps to the campus rules committee, and other current concerns.
Topics: Aptheker, Bettina, Free Speech Movement (Berkeley, Calif.), Communists -- California., Women --...
Source: http://pacificaradioarchives.org/american-women-making-history-and-culture-1963-1982
Angela Davis interviews Mrs. Elizabeth Chavis and Dr. Helen Othow, the mother and sister of the Reverend Ben Chavis, about Ben and the Wilmington 10. First broadcast on 11/28/77, 5:00 p.m. Produced by KPFA.
Topics: Chavis, Elizabeth., Othow, Helen Chavis, 1932-, Davis, Angela Y. (Angela Yvonne), 1944-, Trials...
Source: http://pacificaradioarchives.org/american-women-making-history-and-culture-1963-1982
Schlesinger Library - The Flo Kennedy Show
by Kennedy, Florynce
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Queen Mother Moore, December 10, 1985; guest host: Earl Pinto.
Topic: African American political activists, African American women, Television talk shows
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Beaverbrook guest lecturer Angela Davis is an American political activist and university professor who was associated with the Black Panther Party for Self Defense and the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee. Today, Davis continues to work for racial and gender equality, gay rights, and prison abolition and is a popular public speaker, nationally and internationally. Thursday, October 1, 2009 6:00 PM to 8:00 PMRoom 132, Leacock Building, 855 Sherbrooke Street West, Montreal, Quebec
Topics: angela davis, venus collective, CKUT 90.3, serious black, mcgill, beaverbrook, oscar grant,...
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Angela Davis - Lectures on Liberation INTRODUCTION Presented here are Professor Angela Davis' initial lectures for "Recurring Philosophical Themes in Black Literature," her first course at UCLA, taught during the Fall Quarter of 1969.
Topic: Angela Davis - Lectures on Liberation Black Power Socialism
Community Video
by Göran Olsson
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THE BLACK POWER MIXTAPE 1967-1975 mobilizes a treasure trove of 16mm material shot by Swedish journalists who came to the US drawn by stories of urban unrest and revolution. Gaining access to many of the leaders of the Black Power Movement Stokely Carmichael, Bobby Seale, Angela Davis and Eldridge C leaver among them the filmmakers captured them in intimate moments and remarkably unguarded interviews
Topics: Black Power, Angela Davis, Documentary, Found Footage, Politics
FBI Files
by Federal Bureau of Investigation
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FBI file via F.B. Eyes
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Deep Dish TV
by DeeDee Halleck and Catherine Saalfield
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Anti-communism has been such a fixture of our conceptual landscape that many of us take it for granted. This film is lively compilation of clips from anti-communist propaganda films intercut with footage taken from an international conference at Harvard University in 1989. This show is an analytic and often humorous look at America's fear of red. Highlights of the tape include segments from a US propaganda film hosted by Ronald Reagan, Angela Davis on a network talk show discussing what...
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Episode from August 20, 1982. Blanche Cook interviews poet, essayist and civil rights activist Audre Lorde (1934-1992). Lorde reads some selections from her new book Chosen Poems: Old and New (W.W. Norton, 1982).
Topics: American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982, Lorde, Audre, African American women authors,...
Source: http://pacificaradioarchives.org/american-women-making-history-and-culture-1963-1982
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Since 1967, nearly 2 million Palestinians have lived under Israeli military occupation, subjected to brutal force in defiance of international law. In 1987 the Palestinian people responded with the "Intifada," or uprising, against the occupation. This program examines Palestinian survival under Israeli occupation and why peace and justice require Palestinian independence. Produced by Dana Dunnell Tony Kandah and Mark Bruzonsky for the Jewish Committee on the Middle East (JCOME)
Deep Dish TV
by Marguerite Arnold
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While many American Jews oppose Israeli occupation of Palestine and the U.S. policy that sponsors it, public opposition in the U.S. has historically been muted. The Jewish Committee on the Middle East (JCOME), a new organization with supporters nationwide, has waged a public information campaign to call for Palestinian statehood and an end to U.S. subsidy of the occupation. This program looks at JCOME's evolution and explores how changing U.S. policy will be instrumental to peace and justice in...
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UNICOR demo, Bobby Castillo: former control unit prisoner, Maurice Bickham Freedom Party at WBAI, kNOw inJUSTICE rally: SF, Looking back at Attica, from Lock Down USA, New York three, Jean Stewart on Disabled Prisoners, Angela Davis and Pam Africa, Marcos Dominos
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Interviews with Arab Americans victimized by violence and racism are compared with the experiences of Japanese Americans during and after the Second World War. Interviews with some of the many Arab-Americans from students to dish-washers, who have been questioned by the FBI. Counselors from the Center for Constitutional Rights discuss how civil rights can be protected.
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In the past decade labor has been on the defensive. Lured by foreign plants and non-productive investments, major industries have been closing up shop or demanding major concessions from workers around the country. The impact of these pressures, and the labor organizing that has resulted, are seen in segments of programs such as "Canterbury Tale in the Coal Fields," a story of plant closings in Pittsburgh, and "The American Connection", an examination of the economic...
Deep Dish TV
by Sue Sende Cole
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Drawn from case histories of local cable access producers who have been censored, this program illustrates some limitations of cable access and the activist responses to defend it. Coordinating Producer: Sue Sende Cole (Austin, TX)
Deep Dish TV
by Pat Keeton, Pennee Bender, Ken Nash and Carol Anshien
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This showcase of public access labor programming covers some of the most important issues facing working people today: the demand for concessions, plant closings, health and safety issues, the impact of automation and computer technology, the status of women's work and solidarity with workers of Central America and South Africa. Alternative news, documentary, talk show and music video formats provide an insightful and creative examination of issues involving exploitation and livelihood seldom...
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Deep Dish TV
by Lewis MacAdams and John Dorr
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Two of America's most gifted poets read from their work and talk about their respective paths, from the big city ghetto life to esteemed university professor and the struggle to create and maintain a personal politic. From a series of ten half-hour shows in which some of the greatest writers of our time, including two Nobel Laureates, challenge the assumptions of traditional realities. Series produced by Lewis MacAdams and John Dorr.
Deep Dish TV
by Lewis MacAdams and John Dorr
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Internationally acclaimed author Alice Walker talks about growing up poor in rural Georgia and the experiences that led her to become a writer. She also reads excerpts from her best known novel. Part of a ten half-hour shows in which some of the greatest writers of our time, including two Nobel Laureates, challenge the assumptions of traditional realities. Series produced by Lewis MacAdams and John Dorr.
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Part of the series: Behind Censorship: The Assault on Civil Liberties. Institutions of the dominant culture daily censor the voices and heritage of people of color in the USA through a process of acculturation and assimilation. Vibrant Voices examines the struggle of African-Americans and Native, Latino and Asian peoples for control of their heritage and communities.
Topics: Censorship, Civil Liberties, dominant culture, heritage, acculturation, assimilation, African...
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by Deep Dish TV
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The People's Video Network's Latest work on the case of the imprisoned writer and radio producer, Mumia Abu-Jamal.
Topics: Mumia, Abu-Jamal, Civil Rights, Political Prisoners, Millions March, African American
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by Deep Dish TV
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Feminist home-girls offer an indestructible analysis of sex, class and gender attitudes in the Black and Latino communities as they inform the potential for cultural understanding and political liberation.
Topics: Feminist, Feminism, Gender, Sex, Class, Politics, Black, Latino
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Click to see Part 1: Visions of Freedom by Carla Leshne and Sasha Magee and the Critical Resistance Production Collective Outlines the growth of the prison industrial complex and the social and the social tradeoff being made to support it. It also looks at the repression industry in the context of the global economy. Interviews, music and commentary taped at the Critical Resistance Conference in Berkeley. With Angela Davis, Ramona Africa, Bruce Franklin, Christian Parent, Mike Davis, Joyce...
Internet Talk Radio
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To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (rtfm@radio.com) Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall Program: HarperAudio! Content: Lorraine Hansberry, "To Be Young, Gifted, and Black" On this segment of HarperAudio!, We present excerpts from Lorraine Hansberry’s play "To Be Young, Gifted and Black." In her writing, Hansberry drew heavily on her own experiences growing up on the south side of...
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Blanche Wiesen Cook interviews poet, essayist and civil rights activist Audre Lorde (1934-1992) about her new book, Zami: A New Spelling of My Name - A Biomythography (Persephone, 1982), from which she reads excerpts. Lorde and Cook discuss various scenes in the book, including Lorde's relationship with her mother, her process of becoming a reader, writer and poet, and her experiences with racism as a child and as an adult. Contains listener phone calls. (This program is different from...
Topics: American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982, Lorde, Audre, African American women poets,...
Source: http://pacificaradioarchives.org/american-women-making-history-and-culture-1963-1982
Blanche Wiesen Cook speaks with poet and novelist Audre Lorde (1934-1992) and Zala Chandler from the Coalition of Concerned Black Women on the recent US-led invasion of Grenada. Lorde reads an excerpt from Zami: A New Spelling of My Name - A Biomythography (Crossing Press, 1983, repress).
Topics: American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982, GRENADA, Grenada -- Invasion, 1983, Lorde,...
Source: http://pacificaradioarchives.org/american-women-making-history-and-culture-1963-1982
The major part of this tape is a speech given by Audre Lorde at the Feminist Perspective on Pornography Conference in San Francisco, California, November, 1978. She talks about erotica, why it's needed, what it is, and why it's feared. Helene Rosenbluth gives a long introduction that includes definitions of both pornography and erotica. The conclusion of the tape is of Adrienne Rich, at the same conference, reading her poem The images, which was inspired by her visit to Crete and seeing the...
Topics: Lorde, Audre, Rosenbluth, Helene, Rich, Adrienne, 1929-2012, Erotica., Pornography., Feminism,...
Source: http://pacificaradioarchives.org/american-women-making-history-and-culture-1963-1982
Folkscanomy Politics: Political Systems, Government and Democratic Organization
by Max Eastman (ed.)
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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,...
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Angela Davis speaks at Ebinezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, GA Includes report on the New Black Panthers http://atlanta.indymedia.org
Topics: indymedia, atlanta, angela davis, black panthers, women's history
Pacifica Radio Archives
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Disc 3 of a 9 disc set: | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | "Blues, Legacies and Black Feminism" by Angela Davis Activist and author Angela Davis discusses several key early blues artists to illustrate how black women helped shape feminist historical traditions through their music. March 1998, Santa Monica, CA, from PZ0300.060.
Topic: Angela Davis
The writer Audre Lorde (1934 - 1992) describes her experiences growing up as a Black lesbian in New York City in the 1950s, touching on subjects such as frequenting gay and lesbian bars in the Greenwich Village and communal-style living experiments. She reads excerpts from her book, Zami: A new spelling of my name: a biomythography (Persephone Press, 1982). Recorded at Hunter College in New York. Produced by Helene Rosenbluth.
Topics: Rosenbluth, Helene, African American women authors, Women, Black -- Personal narratives., Lesbians...
Source: http://pacificaradioarchives.org/american-women-making-history-and-culture-1963-1982
This is a recording of Judy Simmons interviewing Audre Lorde during a late-night show on WBAI in New York. In this recording, Lorde reads selections out of her book The Black Unicorn, and the two women converse with listeners who call in to discuss poetry, differences between men and women, being African-American, and other topics. Possibly an episode of Simmons's program "On the real side," which aired on WBAI between 1979 and 1981. The end of the recording is cut off.
Topics: Lorde, Audre, Simmons, Judy Dothard, The black unicorn, Poems, African-American Women, American...
Source: http://pacificaradioarchives.org/american-women-making-history-and-culture-1963-1982
Building Bridges: Your Community & Labor Report
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Our beat is the labor front, broadly defined, both geographically and conceptually. We examine the world of work and workers on the job as well as where they live. We examine the issues that affect their everyday lives, with a particular sensitivity towards human rights abuses, environmental concerns and the U.S. drive for global domination. We record their global struggles and provide analysis of their efforts to empower themselves and transform society to provide greater democratic, human,...
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Henry Winston Centennial with Angela Davis Charlene Mitchell Danny Rubin Jarvis Tyner
Topics: Henry Winston, CPUSA, Charlene Mitchell, Danny Rubin, Jarvis Tyner
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Angela Davis - Eine Legende lebt Priemer, Christel und Weber, Ingeborg BRD 1998 ca. 79 Minuten Filmsprache: Amerikanisches Englisch, Deutsch Eine Dokumentation über den Lebensweg der afroamerikanischen Frau, die für die USA eine Zeit lang Staatsfeindin Nr. 1 war, die in Berkeley bei Herbert Marcuse und in Frankfurt am Main bei Max Horkheimer und Theodor W. Adorno studierte. Sie war eine zentrale Persönlichkeit und Aktivistin in der Black Panther Party, Wissenschaftlerin mit den Schwerpunkten...
Topics: Laika Verlag, Bibliothek des Widerstands, Edition Provo, Angela Davis, George Jackson, Black Panther
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Disc 1 of a 9 disc set: | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | Part 1: "Commentary of a Black Souther Busrider" by Rosa Parks Rosa Parks discusses her refusal to give up her seat to a white man & the resulting bus boycott in Montgomery, AL. April 1956 interview, from BB0566. Part 2: "We Want To Be Free" by Dorothy Dandridge Dorothy Dandridge speaking at a Freedom Rally at Wrigley Field, 26 May 1963, from BB4745a. Part 3: "The Negro In American Culture" by...
Topics: Rosa Parks, Dorothy Dandridge, Lorraine Hansberry
The American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982
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A panel discussion about Angela Davis (1944 - ) and her contributions to American society. The discussion centers around the furor over Davis' hiring at UCLA; the UC Regents had stripped her of her title owing to her political beliefs. Panelists includes Victor Wolfenstein, Professor of Political Science at UCLA and co-chairman of the Staff Committee to Free Angela Davis; Donald Kalish, Professor of Philosophy at UCLA and the faculty member who hired Davis; Franklin Alexander, co-chairman of...
Topics: Davis, Angela Y. (Angela Yvonne), 1944-, American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982,...
Source: http://pacificaradioarchives.org/american-women-making-history-and-culture-1963-1982
KPFA produced this biographical sketch of Huey P. Newton, co-founder of the Black Panther Party, compiled from audio clips from the Pacifica Radio Archives. Newton was murdered in West Oakland on August 22, 1989. The tape is introduced by Ginny Z. Berson. Clips include Newton's press conference at attorney Charles Garry's San Francisco office following his release on $50,000 bond; Newton speaking on June 2, 1970 from prison in San Luis Obispo, four days after the California State Court of...
Topics: Berson, Ginny Z., Huey P. Newton funeral / introduced by Ginny Z. Berson., Newton, Huey P., NEWTON,...
On April 12, 1974, Angela Davis gave a speech at the UCLA campus as a part of the University's Black Women's Spring Forum. Davis talked about the struggles and accomplishments of Black and other minority women in the U.S. and around the world. Topics discussed include civil rights, farm workers, Wounded Knee, and little known incidents confronted by Black and minority women, including forced sterilization.
Topics: Women -- Social conditions., Minorities -- United States., American Women Making History and...
Source: http://pacificaradioarchives.org/american-women-making-history-and-culture-1963-1982