From the vault subject series, Volume II [sound recording]
- Pacifica Radio ; Pacifica Radio Archives.
- English. In English.
- North Hollywood, CA : Pacifica Radio Archives, 2009.
- Physical description
- 9 sound discs (ca. 600 min. each, ca. 5400 min. total) : digital, MP3 file ; 4 3/4 in.
At the library
Archive of Recorded Sound
Library has: 9 CD-
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- Disc 1
- From the vault: civil rights #2
- Cornell West
- Blues legacies and Black feminism
- W.E.B. DuBois: 100 years of The Souls of Black Folk, parts I-II
- Dick Gregory
- Pacifica's Juneteenth Special 2002
- George Jackson and the Soledad Brothers
- The Confessions of Nat Turner
- Redefining Black Power in the age of Obama, parts I-III.
- Disc 2
- From the vault: U.S. history #2
- Plain speaking: A counter history of the United States, parts I-V
- George Carlin
- A passel of pomp and a circus of circumstance, parts I-II
- Richard Nixon
- The Real Norma Rae: Crystal Lee Sutton.
- Disc 3
- From the vault: arts and literature #2
- The village gate
- Shakespeare: this was a man, parts I-III
- The Ballad of Pete Seeger, parts I-II
- The Beat poets of San Francisco
- The final frontier: science fiction
- Lillian Hellman: American playwright
- They remember Dvorak.
- Disc 4
- From the vault: Black Power
- The Black Panther Party: Bobby Seale and Huey Newton
- The Black Panther Party: H. Rap Brown, Stokely Carmichael, and Eldridge Cleaver
- The Black Panther Party: Kathleen Cleaver and Elaine Brown
- The Black Panther Party: Police Actions
- The Black Panther Party: Trials/Tribulations
- Legacy of the Panthers: Angela Davis, Bobby Seale, and the Revolution for Breakfast
- Defining Black Power: Rosa Parks, James Baldwin, Bayard Rustin and Malcolm X, Fannie Lou Hamer
- Defining Black Power: Angela Davis, Elijah Muhammad, Malcolm X, Kwame Toure, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
- Defining Black Power: Huey Newton, Eldridge Cleaver, H. Rap Brown, Leroi Jones, John Hope Franklin
- Disc 5
- From the vault: Science
- On the Role of Science / Aldous Huxley
- Fallout and Disarmament / Linus Pauling and Edward Teller
- Charles Darwin
- Analogy and science / J. Robert Oppenheimer
- On Nuclear Morality / Bertrand Russell
- Blacks In Science
- Progress Through Fear / Buckminster Fuller
- Explorations with Michio Kaku: Dr. Fulvia Melia on black holes and Dr. Richard Gott on time machines
- Explorations with Michio Kaku: Dr. Robert Hagen on life's origin and Carl Zimmer on the brain's evolution
- Explorations with Michio Kaku: Dr. Seth Shostak on alien civilizations and Ray Kurzweil on artificial intelligence
- Explorations with Michio Kaku: Dr. David Dennet on science/religion and Dr. Steve Pinker on mind science.
- Disc 6
- From the vault: Native American Studies
- John Trudell
- Voices of Pacifica: Winona LaDuke
- Alcatraz Panel with Indians from various tribes / moderated by John Trudell and John Adair
- Benefit for the Indians on Alcatraz / Malvina Reynolds and Buffy Sainte-Marie
- Russell Means interview
- Dennis Banks
- Jack Forbes
- Songs of Northern California Indians: Jaime de Angulo.
- Disc 7
- From the vault: Latino/Chicano Studies
- Dolores Huerta
- Resistance of the Maya
- Flor Del Pueblo: music of resistance in Latin America
- Carlos Castaneda and Lila Downs
- The Delano grape strike / Cesar Chavez
- La Raza Nueva / with Moctesuma Esparza
- Cherrie Moraga
- Siqueiros: political artist
- United Mexican-American Students Symposium at UCLA
- Reies Tijerina: leader of the Alianza
- Chicano sampler: best of Latino/Latina arts and literature.
- Disc 8
- From the vault: gay and lesbian studies
- 1979 March on Washington for gay and lesbian tights
- Quentin Crisp
- Christopher Isherwood
- The gay movement 1969-1979
- Gay Day 2009
- The Harvey Milk story
- Time line: important gay history
- transsexuals and the police
- The lesbian experience with Torie Osborn.
- Disc 9
- From the vault: Great Voices
- Gore Vidal (14 Feb 1994)
- Jessica Mitford (30 June 1960)
- Dylan Thomas (7 May 1953)
- June Jordan (March 1991)
- Edward Said (20 Feb 2003)
- Stokely Carmichael (Feb 1968)
- Cesar Chavez (15 Jan 1966)
- Mario Savio (March 1979)
- Norman Mailer (21 May 1965)
- Angela Davis (1972)
- Molly Ivins (Aug 1992).
- ["Pacifica Radio has been chronicling 20th century political, cultural and artistic movements for over 60 years. The Pacifica Radio Archive is one of the oldest and deepest audio collections in the world, including documentaries, performances, discussions, debates, drama, poetry readings, commentaries and radio arts. This set contains 90-hours of selected material by Pacifica Archives collaborators and advisors presented in mp3 format on 9 discs."]
- ["\"The Campus Campaign 9-subject set, volume II explores: civil rights #2, U.S. history #2, arts & literature #2, Black Power; science, Native American studies, Latino/Chicano studies, gay & lesbian studies, and great voices\" -- container."]
- Documentary radio programs > United States.
- Civil rights movements > United States > History.
- Black power > United States > History.
- Black Panther Party.
- Science > Interviews.
- Indians of North America > Interviews.
- Hispanic Americans > History.
- Mexican Americans > History.
- Gay liberation movement > United States > History.
- Gay rights > United States > History.
- Release date
- Production date
- Title Variation
- From the vault : campus campaign 9-subject set, Volume II
- At head of title on container front: Pacifica Radio archives : a living history
- Campus campaign 9-subject set, Volume II
- Campus campaign 2.0
- Compact discs, MP3 format.
- Production Credits
- Written & executive produced by Brian DeShazor & PRA ; senior producer, Mark Torres.
- System requirements: MP3-compatible CD player or computer.
- Related Work
- From the vault (Radio program)
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