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[Side A] KPFA world news. Marathon overview of the speakers and programs (not all featured in this recording). Short program produced by Burton White about the Sheraton-Palace Hotel Demonstrations in early March 1964. Recordings of Joseph Sullivan (president of the hotel's employment committee) and Dick Gregory. Also features live recording of victory and agreements being read. "Drug Lyrics" by Nicholas Johnson program. Large selectiuon of poetry and music by Carlos Agun. [Side B] Moratorium Day Rally at Embarcadero Plaza in San Francisco, CA. Moderator is Paul Traficanti. Speakers: Sister Clara Moriss, Doug Dowd ( People's Coalition for Peace and Justice), Nat Weinstein (Socialist Workers Party canidate for Mayor), Stephanie Coontz (coordinator of the National Peace Action Coalition), Scott Newhall (canidate for mayor), Burt Donnellan (Latinos for Peace and Justice and also a representative for the ILW Local Ten executive board) and Jack Hogan (Vice President of the IWL Local Ten).
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