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Elsa Knight Thompson and Marv Hyman interview Cliff Humphrey on the organization Ecology Action and the group‚Äôs Educational Institute. Humphrey talks about the previous attempts at getting public interest in ecology/environmentalism as well as goals for increasing daily environmentally conscious actions. Humphrey reads the ‚Declaration of Interdependence‚. Veterans salute the American flag that was placed on the moon; KPFA news: Bobby Seale moved by FBI to Chicago where he faces charges of inciting a riot - brief statements by Reese Erlich, Black Panther Party‚Äôs Ray "Masai" Hewitt, and attorney Francis McTernan; Nixon ordered suspension of B-52 bombing raids in Vietnam and then to begin again; Israel bombs United Arab Republic again, Italian industrial workers strike; commentary of Dick Meister. Open hour: ‚The Law of Conspiracy in the time of crisis‚ - Dick Hodges, Malcolm Bernstein, and Jessica Mitford. ‚One of the Fort Jackson Eight‚ - Lincoln Bergman talks with Andrew Dully, a black man and of the eight gI‚Äôs involved in the resistance against the Vietnam war from within the army. Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
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