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Recording begins with KPFA report on Furman v. Georgia ruling or the "Furman decision" and the Supreme Court debate over the death penalty (ends around 28:00). Starting 29:00, Bay Scene "The Minority Press" 10/21/1973. KQED Open Studio 10/5/1973 Black Prisoners - some Black alternatives. KQED "Open Studio" 10/4/1973 Union WAGE picketing. "We Shall LiveSo Long" - growing old and female in America - Women's Action (Note: All White). KQED "Open Studio" 11/30/1973 "Black Prisoner Poetry." KQED "Open Studio" 6/26/1974 "La Raza Women" Power - in words and songs. KQED "Open Studio" 11/26/1973 Economic Problems for the Black community. Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
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