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KPFA: Anti-War Draft Teach In
Yuen, Hoh-Kun
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UC Berkeley, Ethnic Studies Library
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[Side A: unknown speaker that is hard to hear (0:00-13:29). The Bay Area Progressive Musicians performance. Helen Mikalowski - staff of one of the oldest Pacifist organizations The War Resistors League and a coordinator of the Feminism and Non-Violence program for the War Resistors League. Bob Mendel - was a UC Berkeley student and in1966 organized the Stop the Draft Week in Oakland and also was part of the April 19th committee Against Nazi's in San Francisco. Lee Thorn - was part of the Veterans for Peace: Vietnams Veterans Agaianst the War, the Pentagon G.I. Coffeehouse and a staff for Enlisted Times; spoke about resistance within the military. Amy Seagul - a Talmapais high school student that started the Marin Students for Peace and Civil Liberties and active with the Tams Students for Peace. Fred Gretenhart - stayed in Canada for 8 years to avoid the draft. David Harris - National Resistance Committee. Charles Upton - San Francisco Poet. Bogden Denitch - past chairman of the sociology department of the University of New York and member of the National Board of the Democratic Socialist board committee. Barry Commoner - "A Call for Economic Democracy" Triple AS convention of Physicians for Social Responsibility at Fort Mason Center January 1980. Captian Taylor - from Berkeley. Colonel Davis - National Congretion of the Medal of Honor. Pete McCloskey. Anti Draft Songs and a set by Tom Paxton. [Side B] KPFA: skit by The Plutonium Players. Gary Grecher - U.S Vientam Friendship Association. Joe Racamore - Filipino part of the Southeast Asia Resource Center and spoke about "3rd World Struggles". Said - Iranian student, "War Reparations and Draft". John Thorn - "Iran - Under the Shah and After the Revolution". Ali Alyahi - "On the Middle East", Saudi Arabia: the next hot spot. Elizabeth Fransworth - "American and Central America", U.S. (training) plans and propaganda against Cuba. Father Cuchulain Moriarty - on Salvador etc. Church of LA. Stella Espero - San Francisco Salvadorian, "Condition in El Salvador". Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
2-track mono
BANC MSS 2005/290c Carton 203 Reel 23
cueth_000303_a, cueth_000303_b
Ethnic Studies Library, University of California, Berkeley
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