"Where It's At" with Jan Hermes; 'News in Perspective'; Oakland Museum Commision Hearing; KQED Newsroom/KPFA News; Inside Out (KPFA/KQED), 1969
Jan Hermes on ‚Where It‚Äôs At‚. Hermes reads a press release by the Radical Counter Convention to American Sociological Association Convention in San Francisco. News in Perspective Program with Harrison Salisbury, Max Franco and Tom Wicker on the growing popularity of music festivals, such as Woodstock in Bethel, New York. Report on the continuing problems with the Oakland Museum -- Black Caucus says that the museum (in both or either content and staffing) doesn‚Äôt accurately represent the history and population of Oakland. Contention within the Community Relations Council. News report on Governor Reagan signing of the Murphy Bill, which penalizes demonstrators on the university campuses. Inside out: Third World News by Mark Enriquez with Henry Rutland and Unidos together with Chata and friends. Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
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