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KPFA: Catharine Stimpson's Lecture on Femenism and the Black Movement; Carlos Hagen on the American Society and Its Counterculture; Phillipe Scheltema on Culture Shock and St. Nicholas; Lessons of the Vietnamese Resistance Interspersed by Poetry Related to the Vietnam War; Global News, 1972
Yuen, Hoh-Kun
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UC Berkeley, Ethnic Studies Library
California Revealed from Ethnic Studies Library, University of California, Berkeley
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[Side A] 1972 KPFA airs a lecture by Catharine Stimpson entitiled Femenism and the Black Movement Revisited followed by questions from the audience (00:00-52:28). (1972-12-06) Carlos Hagen discusses the negative aspects of American society and its counterculture featuring excerpts from Dr. Carl Faber's lectures given at University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). Phillipe Scheltema talks about his experience with culture shock after visiting the U.S. from Holand. He also speaks on St. Nicholas and the racism associated with the celebration of this saint. (118:36-179:28). [Side B] A segment on KPFA features lesson from the Vietnamese resistance and poetry from the Hồ ChíMinh. This segment is followed by global news including (but not limited to): the death of Kwame Nkrumah, African Liberation Day marches around the U.S., the Munich Massacre, and Bloody Sunday. Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
2-track mono
1/4 inch audio tape
BANC MSS 2005/290c Carton 215 Reel 4
cueth_000235_a, cueth_000235_b
Ethnic Studies Library, University of California, Berkeley
California Revealed is supported by the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act, administered in California by the State Librarian.

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