KPFA Broadcast: Daniel Schoenburn at the Democratic Council Convention in Anaheim, CA March 15, 1968; Martin Luther King Jr.'s Democratic Council Convention Address in Anaheim, CA March 16, 1968; William Mandel's Testimony Before the House of Un-American Activities (HUAC) May 13, 1960; Conference By the Bay Area Poor People's Campaign 1968; KPFA's Series The Right to Know Part One: Dr. Avrum Stroll on Censorship
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[Side A] (1968-03-15) KPFA Broadcast: Former television and radio newsman, Daniel Schoenburn, speaks on the Democratic Presidential candidate and the Vietnam War at the Democratic Council Convention in Anaheim, CA. (00-28:40) 3/16/1968 Martin Luther King Jr. addresses the Democratic Council Convention and introduced by David Schoenburn. MLK touches on the topic of the Vietnam War as well as on the domestic issues of inequality in the United States. (29:10-74:00) Soviet Press Periodicals with William Mandell rebroadcast Mandell's testimony before the House of Un-American Activities (HUAC) originally given May 13, 1960. Mandell provides comments on his testimony after its rebroadcast eight years after it originally aired. (75:10-89:03) Broadcast of a press conference by the Bay Area Poor People's Campaign speaking on the Campaign's plan to march on Washington. Panelists include Willy Brown, Rodney Fletcher, and Cassandra Davis. (88:09-113:26) Interview with Judy Landfield and Carl Ulrich of the American Friends and Serivce Committee held after the conference with the Bay Area Poor People's Campaign. KPFA volunteer Danny Smithson questions them on their medical preparations being made for the march. (113:27-115:37) [Side B] Broadcast of University of California - San Diego (UCSD) Philosophy professor Dr. Avrum Stroll speaking on the meaning of censorship recorded on February 9, 1966 and aired for part one of KPFA's series "The Right to Know." (00:00-29:39) The following audio consists of music and white noise. (29:40-168:45). Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
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