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KNBR Special Pre-1972 Presidential Election Debate in the Perspective of the Black voter; KBHK Black Renissance TV Interview with Berkeley City Councilman Ira Simmons
Yuen, Hoh-Kun
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UC Berkeley, Ethnic Studies Library
California Revealed from Ethnic Studies Library, University of California, Berkeley
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(1972-11-06) [Side A] A cut-off debate between Black Democrats, Leo Bazile and Carlton Goodlett, and Black Republicans, Clarence R. Stern and James Flournoy. Bazile and Goodlett were a part of the McGovern for President Campaign and Stern and Flournoy were a part of the Re-Election Commitee for President Nixon. Each individual debated their political views on what are the interests of the Black community in each political party. Starting at 17:27 is Sam Skinner's Black Renaissance on KBHK, whom he is interviewing Berkeley City Councilman Ira Simmons about Black voters in Berkeley. [Side B] Unknown News Radio Broadcast that mentions the Presidential campaign of President Nixon and Senator McGovern. (2:43-3:11) Vietnam War Updates. (3:11-3:43) Native American Protesters holding the Office of the Bureau of Indian Affairs in Washington D.C./ The Trail of Broken Treaties. Radio program ends at 4:39. There is a silent gap until 14:00, which returns to the political debate panel from Side 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 197 Reel 15b
cueth_000216_a, cueth_000216_b
Black power
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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