Mike Chosa discusses the struggles of Native Americans, namely poverty, during the protests at Belmont Yacht Harbor. Includes the recitation of an unknown poem about Native Americans. Includes Buffy Sainte-Marie's songs "Now That the Buffalo's Gone" and "My Country Tis' of Thy People You're Dying." Includes an interview of John Tortes "Chief" Meyers. Includes the reading of a Chicago Daily News article about the Native American occupation of Belmont Yacht Harbor.
Discussing the book, "Gay American History: Lesbians and Gay Men in the U.S.A.: A Documentary," and interviewing its author, Jonathan Katz.
Interviewing labor organizer, civil rights activist, and former Congressman John Bernard. Bernard was elected as a Farmer-Labor candidate to the U.S. House of Representatives and served from 1937-1939.
Jo Freeman, Mary Jean Collins-Robson, and Naomi Weisstein discuss women's rights and the struggle for equal rights and liberation, Title VII, their support for NOW, the National Organization of Women, as well as the upcoming Women's Strike for Equality.
Interviewing Abbie Hoffman, Bobby Seale, and Dave Dellinger of the Chicago 8.
Interviewing Vietnam veterans and peace activists Dr. Charles Clements and Asa Baber.
Discussing Nicaragua with author and activist Dr. Charles Clements.
Garry Davis concludes by telling the audience he's in town to gain moral, political and financial support for the group he founded, The World Service Authority. Davis' final thought -- any man who defends his own rights is defending the rights of all men. Ray Davies of the English rock band, The Kinks, talks about the studio album, "Arthur (Or the Decline and Fall of the British Empire)". Davis reads lyrics from the songs, "Victoria," "Yes Sir, No Sir" and "Some Mother's Son".