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The first program is 20 minutes long in Cantonese, however towards the end they announce an event of a Symposium on the premire from the People's Republic of China at Veterans Memorial Hall in San Francisco; speakers include Mr. John Service, Professor Paul Lyn, Professor Victor Lee and Don Murry from Stanford University, as well as Harry Harvey and Ling Joiner. [KPFA News]: reactions from many commuters to Mozambique's declaration of closing Rhodisia border; Kissinger's report to Congress on his Latin America trip; Spain - big ships in reaction to police killing of 3 yesterday - 100 wounded - clashes in several cities today; house pass military aid bill; SI - the government's counter attack; updates on San Quentin 6 trial; Patricia Hearst trial - "the laundry list" of how to rob a bank; Emiliano Zapata Unit, 5 bail hearing; L.A. Bar Association against Rodins bill - undocumented workers; case a Visobia plant and air bourne lead; a Bay Area pollution control district ruling in favor of industry; S.F. Hospital Workers demands increases and press conference; a suit against Department of Agriculture for holding back supplementary food money for children and women; France - wine growers clash with police. More news and programs regarding Rhodesia and Angola. News on the New World Liberation bombings - involving Hunters Point tenants, FBI; Patricia Hearst trial updates; Berkeley School teacher lay of; church leaders momoratorium against uranium; France and NATO; Argentina labor strikes/ violence ; interview with Steven Selaya - man who was accused of robbery with Patricia Hearst. Panel discussion about foreign politics and American democracy - speakers: Paul Seabarry, William Payne, and Ralph Golman. In Santa Rosa, Black Junior High Students boycott schoolin protest of teahcers and administrators racism. Updates on Women's March featuring International Women's Day; Spain - A 5th bosque shot and killed by police - in general strike; Supreme Court ruled (6-3) against the San Quentin 6; Demonstrations on International Women's Day; Anti-Abortion Movement; Jerry Rubin: "We Are Guilty" but Daniel Dellinger disagrees; More updates on Patty Hearst trial; Eloise Lewis versus UC Berkeley Lab; National Press Club condemns House investigation of Daniel Schor; Angola government paid $102 million from Gulf Oil; Rhodesia boasts of most efficiant anti-guerilla; Spain - funeral mass; Lebanon - left wing army deserters; Argentina - 2 more labor leaders kidnapped by AAA in Cordoba; report on the murder of Anna Mae Aquash, a First Nations woman from Canada and AIM supporter. Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
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