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(2/10/74) KPFA/WBAI ‚An Interview with Israel Shahak.‚ The president of the Israeli League for Human and Civil Rights talks about legal discrimination against arabs in Israel, American complicity and close-mindedness and the Beirut raids and terrorism, produced by Mariam Rosen of WBAI. program of the San Francisco Film Festival with press conference with Martin Scorsese for the film Mean Streets. Music program. Sunday news. KNBR NCB‚Äôs ‚Second Sunday‚: 1984 minus ten. Program on energy-- situation of gasoline shortage, the oil companies and lobbyist, and the congress. CBS ‚60 Minutes‚ on the new batch of prospective ballerinas. (1/10/74) KNBR -- The current attacks and dismantling of 3rd world students progress. Russell Means asks for an investigation of election irregularities in South Dakota. Discussion with women about their athletic activities in the Bar Leagues. Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
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