Citizens for Farm Labor (CFL) demonstration at the White House Department Store in San Francisco, Calif.; KPFA Commentary by…
Citizens for Farm Labor (CFL) demonstration at the White House Department Store in San Francisco, Calif.; KPFA Commentary by Henry P. Anderson on People's Park
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June 11th, 1969
June 11th, 1969
[Track 1] From 1963 to 1972, Henry P. Anderson hosted a recurring program on KPFA radio (Berkeley, Calif.) which included commentary on contemporary social and political issues. In this segment, Anderson discusses the countercultural movement of the 1960s and People's Park in Berkeley, Calif. This segment is repeated three times at different speeds. [Track 2] Demonstration led by the Citizens for Farm Labor (CFL) in response to a harvest festival exhibit in the window of the White House Department Store in San Francisco, Calif. Demonstrators , including Henry P. Anderson, give interviews about bracero workers, farm worker organizing, and unemployment insurance for agricultural workers.
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Side 1: Citizens for Farm Labor demonstrations at White House Store, San Francisco, 1964 October 10, Harvest display. 3-3/4 IPS. Side 2: People's Park 1969 June 13, 1-7/8 IPS.
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