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KPFA interview with Ortiz Walton on music, specifically jazz, and its connection with the Black community. Interview with author Mervyn Peake via his wife Maeve about his work the Gormenghast Trilogy. Japanese concert artist program. Pre-recorded excerpts of City Council member Ron Dellums on his opposition to increasing the Berkeley Police force. Classical music program. KPFA News: SF State strike rally, with clips of John Levin speaking at it; other student demonstrations in the U.S.; world news including reports on Vietnam; attacks in Bangkok, demonstrations in Dhaka, and Japanese resistance to U.S. presence, etc. Open hour: Peter Shapiro reads article critical of S.I. Hayakawa. Bobby Seale and David Hilliard are interviewed on the Hemispheric Conference to End the War in Vietnam, which they just attended. Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
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