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[Side A] (KPFA) Bishop Pride (?): church and politics. An interview recorded in June, 1967, with Ornette Coleman, Jonathan Cott and Charles Shere. The talk ranges around jazz, Coleman's music, the Tristano-Konitz hangup, race and categories. The next program in the series will be heard, May 14. Sideny Pertier interprets Plato: "The Penalty is Death". Malcohm Bernstein on the election: the Peace and Freedom Party and William Mandell. Marshal Windmiller report on the San Francisco State affair: talks about TWLF demonstrations, demands, and the demand to rehire Professor Juan Martinez. Nicholas Petris, California senator campaign address. [Side B] The beginning of the recording is music playing. A rally/teach-in on the UC Berkeley campus about the Orangeburg Massacre, speakers include: (first speaker unknown) Jim Neighbors of the Afro-American Student Union, Professor Jackson of the English Department, and Professor Octavio Romano of the Anthropology Department (and founder of Quinto Sol publications) introduces Reies Tijerina.
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