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KPFA: 'Chinese in America'; Programs about Women and Affirmative Action; Reflecciones de la Raza; The Chicano Experience, 1972
Yuen, Hoh-Kun
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UC Berkeley, Ethnic Studies Library
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[Side A] (KPFA) "All the People": with speakers, Laura Brown, Debbie Law, and Betty Ann Bruno who are members of the Feminist Women Health Center; they talks about their struggles maintaining the clinic, mentioning undercover police women infultrating the clinic. A men panel on the changes cuased by the Women's Movement. Chicano Reflecciones. Lois Hanson on the feeling of being a woman in the USSR in contrast to the United States. Asian Student Protest at the City College in New York about obstracts to Asian Studies and how it does not meet the needs of Asian students and commuinty, and they also present their demands. "Chinese in America: The Real Employment Picture" - speakers in the program are Isabelle Huey (the employment liason field worker for Chinatown English language program), Frank Lee (recruitment specialist for the penmanship oppertunity foundation), and Lim Chi Wong (co-chairman of the Chinese for Affirmative Action). Reflecciones de la Raza - this is a bi-lingual program for all Raza communities in the area. Today we hear a Third World poetry reading featuring the poetry of Roberto Vargas, Elias Hruska y Cortes, Nia Nina Serrano, Thulani, Serafin, and others. Co-cordinated by Raul Torres. "Women and Jobs: Affrimative Action Program for Berkeley". A program about the current middle class white families' predicament and women's Affirmative Action. "Unlearning to Not Act" by the KPFA Women. Women at Chabot College in Hayward, the session is broadcasted live. Commentary by the San Francisco Sheriff's department: the lawyer of the department. Selecciones de la Raza: The Chicano Expierence with Maria Salazar, Juan Coruvacuba, and Raul Carillo. Youth Forum: Alternative Education Systems - Chinese Community Schools. "Unlearning Not to Act" (continued) Q and A. Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
2-track mono
1/4 inch audio tape
BANC MSS 2005/290c Carton 219 Reel 13e
cueth_000447_a, cueth_000447_b
Ethnic Studies Library, University of California, Berkeley
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