KCBS Haw Morgan 'Contact'; Earl Conrad; 'The NegroNon-Violence'; 'The Negro Cowboys'; 'The Negro Problem in California'; 'Who Dared'; 'Invention of Negro'; 'Black Power Origins' and 'Chinatown' (KPFA/KQED), 1964-1965
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In the segment on Chinatown, Danny Eng (?) gives the S.F. State and KPFA representatives a tour of San Francisco's Chinatown starting at the Intercollegiate Chinese for Social Action (ICSA) community service center. There is a very brief conversation about the relationship between ICSA and the S.F State strikes with the TWLF and later a brief mention of the overall reactions to the strikes within the Chinese community in San Francisco. Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
Civil rights--1960-1970 Black power Black Panther Party
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