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KPFA: Battle Between United Farm Workers and the International Brotherhood of Teamsters; 'Ozone in Paralysis'; Third World News Report by the Iranian Student Association
Yuen, Hoh-Kun
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UC Berkeley, Ethnic Studies Library
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[Side A] (9:57-57:07) KPFA/B Special Bay Area Institute Report: The Struggle Between United Farm Workers and the International Brotherhood of Teamsters and the role of the Nixon Administration in that conflict. The special is titled "Conspiracy in the Fields" by reporter Marty Gallant of the Bay Area Institute. Fred Ross (United Farm Workers organizer), Jim Hanson (Teamster's Union Representative, Salinas, CA) and Lowe Burtman ( San Diego jounralist) are interviewed in this special. (57:16-01:32:30) Quame Akah is interviewed, explaining the famine in Africa. (1:34:15-2:41:19) KPFA/B reporter Chris Stockwoods does a music special about Bluegrass music. [Side B] (2:00-16:07) Third World News report -prepared by the Iranian Students Association in Northen California; reporting the recent massacre of hundreds of Iranian people by the Shah's armed forces. They also explain the Shah's new one party system, those who do not vote need to explain. The Chinese Youth Voice make variouis reports about the actions going on inside New York's Chinatown, such as a massive public protest about police brutality, no more cutbacks in Social Services, more funds for public schools and bilingual cuoltural education. (38:46-53:38) CIA assassination plot of Zaire President Mobutu Sese Seko. Also other reports of attempted CIA assassination plots to poison Fidel and Raul Castro, and Che Guevara before the Bay of Pigs. The Black Guerilla Family of San Quentin prison release a communicate concerning the recent death of prison leader Popeye Jackson. They denounce the execution of Popeye Jackson and Sally Voye, believe this was work of the police. (56:52-1:29:52) Behind the News: "Ozone in Paralysis"; a special based on the destruction of the Earth's Ozone layer. (1:30:00 - 2:20:08) Third World News continued about the Shah's oppressive regime; report prepared by the Iranian Student Association of Northern California (Lincoln Burman, Lisa Sheroe, Andreas Alegria ). (2:21:27 - 2:39:27) KPFA/B News: Wire-tapping becomes a nation epidemic; Oregon govenor Robert "Bob" Straub signed a bill that will ban aerosols containing fluoro carbon; underground nuclear bomb testing in Southern Neveda desert; Algerian elections and new draft constitution announced; Iranian students calling to demonstrate at the federal building in San Francisco against the Shah's governemnt control in Iran; President Ford want to resign the ban to help aid Turkey; Push for renewal military ain to Chile and the Monteneros randsom demands for food for the poor; United Nations 2 week conferance on International Woman's Year began in Mexico City. [Side C] KPFA Native American program (0:00 - 25:10) first 8 minutes contains an interview with Jay Healy, a member of the American Indian Movement in San Jose. Spoke about the recent acts of the San Jose chapter of the American Indian Movement such as concentrating more on local issues like cultural programs, investigating police brutality reports and more self determination efforts. (8:28- 25:10) interview with Earl Livermore, the Human Rights Commissioner of San Francisco. (26:26 - 3:04:45) repition of news from Side B. Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
4-track mono
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cueth_000233_a, cueth_000233_b, cueth_000233_c
Ethnic Studies Library, University of California, Berkeley
California Revealed is supported by the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act, administered in California by the State Librarian.

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