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Angela Davis speech "Politics & the Law" Nov. 1972; Anthony Russo speech at SESPA meeting, Winter 1972/3
Yuen, Hoh-Kun (H. K.)
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Angela Davis is an American political activist involved in the Civil Rights Movement; Anthony Russo was an American researcher and whistleblower who helped Daniel Ellsberg release the Pentagon Papers. It is not clear if the SESPA (Scientists and Engineers for Social and Political Action) meeting took place in CA; there was a Berkeley chapter in 1972, and a western conference in 1973; However, there was a December 1972 conference in Washington, DC, and this may be a recording of a radio broadcast.
Note on original object: 1a) Bruce Franklin 1/14/72 Talks about the Stanford document - formation of "rehabilitation" groups - [illegible] to last guests on bombing, esp. good. 1b) "Behind the Lines" NET I.F Stone (of the IF Stone biweekly newsletter) 1/3/1972. Introd. remarks by people from a NY Times editor to a right winger to Bill Moyer. Main interview by Nat Hentiff. c) David Harris on "Bay Area Report" with Mel Wax host 11/30/71. 1d) [illegible] TN Sp. 1/17/72 "Women for Peace" w/Listener Phone-in. e) 1/17/72 Stanford Rehabilitation [illegible]. Occupation of Stanford [illegible]. Rbt. Westey Welk (In jail 40 yrs for a car) f) Angela Davis interview by Rev. Cecil Willimans [2/7/72]. Note the disclaimers and also Terrance Flaherty, "Revolutions," "Role of Prisons + Development" Political Prisoners/Letters. 2a) Fr. Daniel Berrigan (after [illegible] from jail) Meet the press 2/22/72. Note the tone of questions of [illegible]. 1i?) Dr Howard Levy on Prisons (just out) 4/72 . 1o) [clipping] 1:00 Andreas Papandreou at the NSA. The economist, son of the prime minister of Greece before the coup, speaking at the National Student Association Convention in Colorado in August, and to a KPFA reporter. [hand written] Including examples of torture. Excellent. Ramsey Clark on Face the Nation 5/23/71. 2b) Daniel Ellsberg answers questions (hard questions) at Wash. University St. Louis, on Feb 18, 1972. c) "A Winter Soldier" interview by Larry Bensky 4/13/72. f) Angela Davis speech "Politics and the Law" given at Antioch College, Calif. 11/1072. g) Anthony Russo speech at SESPA mtg. Winter 1972/3. a) Betty Rozak interviews Germaine Greer in England Nov 1971 after the book "Female Eunuch" but before her Trans-Atlantic "notoriety." Extremely Interesting. Note her description of the reactions (reviews) of her book - from both male and female. Note also her very perceptive views on [illegible]. Greatest problem for most women is the feeling that they have no place to go. Also her analysis of Australians. e) Dr Benj. Spock (Pauley Blum (?) UCB 10/24/72). i) "How I have been radicalized in the last few years" American Tunnel Vision. j) Q+A Elite/Sexism/Reform to Basic Change [last Q on [illegible]].
1/4 inch audio tape
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Carton 308, Box 36
Black power
Civil rights movements
Black Panther Party
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