From the vault to the classroom! [sound recording] : campus campaign 9-subject set
- Pacifica Radio ; Pacifica Radio Archives.
- English. In English.
- North Hollywood, CA : Pacifica Radio Archives, [2008?]
- 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-
ROMs <mp3 sound discs>
|ACD 945||In-library use|
- Disc 1: Civil rights
- James Baldwin
- We shall overcome, part 1
- We shall overcome, part 2
- Freedom now!
- Remembering Cesar Chavez
- Feminist journey
- Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., part 1
- Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., part 2
- Forty years of Ossie Davis
- Power of African American women.
- Disc 2: United States history
- American soldier
- George Carlin, Pacifica, and the F. C. C.
- Free speech movement
- Rachel Carson and Silent Spring
- Meet Ralph Nader
- Gore Vidal
- Upton Sinclair : changing America
- Betty Friedan
- Spinning disaster (environment)
- Sound of soul.
- Disc 3: 1968 : 40th anniversary
- Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet 1968
- 1968 Columbia University student strike
- Paris student uprising
- Poor people's campaign
- 1968 Mexican American experience
- Robert F. Kennedy
- Night in Chicago: 1968 DNC
- Year in review documentary, part 1
- Year in review documentary, part 2
- Year in review documentary, part 3.
- Disc 4: Ginsberg's Howl
- Pauline Kael
- Henry Miller
- Jim Morrison, poet
- Coltrane legacy
- Women in film
- Kurt Vonnegut
- Woody Guthrie : better world a comin'
- French filmmaker, Jean Renoir
- Hitchcock and Hollywood.
- Disc 5: Women's studies
- Margaret Mead, anthropologist
- Emma Goldman
- June Jordan
- Helen Caldicott
- Women's poetry and prose
- Molly Ivins
- Dolores Huerta
- Women of the world
- Bella Abzug
- Miriam Makeba tribute.
- Disc 6: Environment
- Global meltdown
- Fast food nation
- Helen Caldicott
- Rachel Carson
- Meet Ralph Nader
- Spinning disaster
- No nukes reunion (Save the planet, part 1 ; Hiroshima by John Hersey).
- Disc 7: Malcolm X collection
- Ballot or the bullet
- Black Muslims vs. the Sit-ins
- Prospects for freedom, part 1
- Prospects for freedom, part 2
- Friends and enemies
- Speech by Malcolm X; John Henrik Clarke on Malcolm X
- Choice of two roads
- Dick Elman interviews Malcolm X
- Malcolm X ; a retrospective
- About Malcolm X.
- Disc 8: Noam Chomsky celebration
- Crisis in Iraq
- Whose world order
- Media and the new world disorder
- New world order
- Veteran's day with Noam Chomsky
- Media as propaganda
- Town hall against the draft
- Noam Chomsky on the Middle East
- Drift toward global war
- Noam Chomsky on Iraq
- Interview by Sonali Kolhatkar.
- Disc 9: Studs Terkel : the spoken century
- Studs Terkel with KPFA host Andrea Lewis, parts 1 & 2
- Studs in conversation with Tim Robbins
- Simone de Bouvier and Studs Terkel
- Studs Terkel ; the spoken century
- Studs Terkel interviews
- Into the 21st
- Interview with Phil Ochs
- Interview with Joseph Campbell
- Joy Street.
- ["The collection covers nine subjects within the Campus Campaign Series: civil rights, U. S. history, arts & literature, the year 1968, women's studies, the environment, Malcolm X, Noam Chomsky, and Studs Terkel."]
- Release date
- Production date
- Title Variation
- From the vault : campus campaign 9-subject set
- At head of title on container front: Pacifica Radio archives : a living history presents
- Compact discs, MP3 format.
- Originally recorded at various dates on Pacifica Radio, beginning in 1949. Later collected by Pacifica Radio Archives as episodes of the radio program One from the vault, originally broadcast in 2006-2008 on Pacifica Radio.
- Production Credits
- Written & executive produced by Brian DeShazor & PRA ; senior producer, Mark Torres ; producer, Haunani Singer.
- System requirements: MP3-compatible CD player or computer.
- Related Work
- From the vault (Radio program)
- Publisher Number
- PZ0773 Pacifica Radio Archives
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