KPFA News: Report on Vietnam War, International Issues, and Henry Anderson's Discussion on the Desegregation of Berkeley Schools November 9, 1968; KRFC News Report: Overview of National News, The Roy Elwell Show, 1965
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[Side A] Friday (11/09/1968) KPFA News Broadcast provides update on issues regarding the Vietnam War including the detailing of U.S. bomb attacks on North Vietnam, the entrance of National Liberation Front (NLF) soldiers into the district headquarters of Phâˆ†âˆžÂ·ÂªÃµc BâˆšÂ¨nh (or Phuoc Binh), the issuing of a stronger offensive by the NLF, and the U.S. and NLF's intentions for whether for a cease fire during the holiday season. The reporter touches on a recent attack on Southern Laos by North Vietnamese soldiers and an alleged pending attack by 30,000 Vietnamese soldiers in there region. Additional topics within the report include: international economy, the prohibition of pro-Soviet propoganda in Czechoslovakia, student protests around the world, the disappearance of Black Panther Eldridge Cleaver, a break-in at the Open Process student news paper office at SF State, the possible deportation of Thomas Jolley, and the U.S. Office of Economic Opportunity's (OEO) approval of a grant for the California Legal Assitance Agency (CRLA) for 1969. (00:00-29:40) Henry Anderson, chair of Berkeley: Citizens for Farm Labor, speaks on the topic of school desegragation in Berkeley, critiquing the separation of students on academic ability, or tracking, and the benefit of heterogeneous schools. Alfred Partridge, on Report to the Listener, gives his Thanksgiving report and speaks of the importance of volunteers in maintaining KPFA running. [Side B] (1965) KRFC News reporter gives an overview of national news and the week's weather forecast. The news report is followed by a segment of the Roy Elwell Show on KRFC. Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
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