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KPFA News: 9/18/79
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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[Side A] A very short recording but it is repeated on side b. [Side B] The Charles Hansen Letter - press conferance and comments. Price of gold rises - record personal income; inflation vote manufacture workers income even decline. Congressmen's 12 1/2% pay raise; tax credit money back its oil companies. Senate "reconciliation" to save $3.6 billions on federal programs. The Volkswagon Rabbit. DC9 planes. Paul Pot delegation sealed at United Nations; Boat People and Vietnam relations; Red Cross and UNCEF $41 Million worth of food and supplies. Rhodesia "Peace Talks in London", patriotic fronts slates and proposal. Israel: Weissman disclosed promise to use to inform U.S. state has no public denuciate of Israel police to "buy" Arab lands. Afghanhistan: Who got killed? Over 100,000 killed, 200,000 refugees. S.F. Rent Control poll. Aliota on S.F. Schools. Infant Morality of Alameda County - Highland Hospital in Oakland. Huey P. Newton Trial updates. Tom Hayden challenged Mills for debate. Bennet on attacks on Unitary Tax. A live report on a Berkeley March for public housing. Loss of 91 pounds of highly enriched Uranium. FTC dropped anti-trust charges against DuPont. Smog seige ended in L.A. Report on a trial. Daniel O'Neal and Bennet Whitlock presenting for the Commonwealth Club about federal deregulation on the trucking buisness. UFW strike against large Salinas lettuce growers; Cesar Chavez to will travel to Detroit to announce national boycott in lettuce. Black ministers mediate the conversations about alternative school sites; ministers call for the boycott of classes in attempt to stop school board members from laying off Black teachers. Lebanon reports massive Israel invasion. SELC Andrew Young to confirm Youngs successor Donald McKinley. Tensions built around the Fiat Autoworkers wild cat strike; Carlo Gireno assassinated this morning outside his home. The Anti-Nuclear Movement is growing; largest rally held in Battery Park in New York City. Included a week of benefitted concerts at Madison Square Garden, organized by Musicians United for Saving Energy. Raised half a million dollars; Ralph Nater, Jane Fonda, and Tom Haden were there as well as 200,000 protesters. Anti - Nulcear protestors arrested at Vermont. Jesse Jackson visits Israel and Jordan. President Carter finishes swearing in cabinent. The rest of the reel has many news reports about the Third World. Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
2-track mono
BANC MSS 2005/290c Carton 195 Reel 12a
cueth_000396_a, cueth_000396_b
Ethnic Studies Library, University of California, Berkeley
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