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Discussing the book "Getting to yes: negotiating agreement without giving in" with William Ury.
William Sloane Coffin and Jim Bowman discuss history, religion, and the impact of the Vietnam War. Content Warning: This conversation includes racially and/or culturally derogatory language and/or negative depictions of Black and Indigenous people of color, women, and LGBTQI+ individuals. Rather than remove this content, we present it in the context of twentieth-century social history to acknowledge and learn from its impact and to inspire awareness and discussion.
Vine Deloria discusses his book "The Metaphysics of Modern Existence", religion, ethics, Native Americans, Native American culture, and Native American history. Includes a previous interview with Vine Deloria at O'Hare Airport.
Author Vic Banks discusses his travels as a travel photographer and his recent excursion in the UNESCO World Heritage site the Pantanal which is the world’s largest wetland. Banks, highlights troubles facing the wetland including poaching, land development encroachment and mining.
Program includes an excerpt of a discussion with Shilts about his book "And the Band Played On: Politics, People, and the AIDS Epidemic."
Tribute to Charlotte Towle with Ner Littner, Pearl Rosenzweig, Alan Wade and Dame Eileen Younghusband.
Interviewing Tony Kujala and Billy Crowe.
Activists Tom Vickery and Dale Muehler discuss the Rainbow Bridge coalition for gay and lesbian disabled people. Vickery and Muehler discuss the 1993 March on Washington for Lesbian, Gay and Bi Equal Rights and Liberation and the planning that went into this. Studs plays “Song of the Soul” - Cris Williamson (1975), "You Could Never Shame Me" - Merle Louise & Brent Carver (1992), "Best Friend (The Unicorn Song)" - Margie Adam (1976), and "Power" - Holly Near (1982).
Discussing the book, "The Politics of Medicare," and interviewing the author Theodore Marmor. Associate professor of Center of Health Administration studies at University of Chicago. Mr Marmor has been part of policy planning with the department of welfare, for medicare. He talks about National Healthcare or at the least affordable healthcare for all. He speaks of Medicare not covering all expenses specifically prescription drugs.
Presenting live musical performance of Bob Gibson and company with reflections on the Grateful House benefit concert from folk singers Bob Gibson and Anne Hills-Burda, and musician Ray Tate.
Content Warning: This conversation has the presence of outdated, biased, offensive language. Rather than remove this content, we present it in the context of twentieth-century social history to acknowledge and learn from its impact and to inspire awareness and discussion. Taylor Branch discusses his book "Parting the Waters," touching on topics including the impact of Martin Luther King Jr., the Montgomery Bus Boycott, and the March on Washington. Includes excerpts from interviews with Martin Luther King Jr., Mahalia Jackson, E. D. Nixon, Rosa Parks, and Myles Horton.
Susan Nussbaum, founder of Access Living and Michael Pachovas founder of Disabled Prisoners Program discuss the upcoming Disabled Americans Freedom Rally in the backdrop of the International Year of the Disabled Persons and President Reagan's budget cuts. Society needs to understand that expenditures are required to secure the rights of disabled people to live active, productive lives. They need to be able to get out of their apartment buildings or homes, travel on sidewalks and ride buses. That may require access ramps, working elevators, cut curbs, and hydraulic buses to lower steps.
Author Susan Brownmiller discusses and reads from her book “Waverly Place”, a fictional story heavily inspired by the Lisa Steinberg child abuse case of 1987. Brownmiller discusses the details of the case and how domestic abuse, law enforcement, and the judicial system affected the outcome of this case. Studs plays "She Sits on the Table" - Tom Paxton (1980).
Content Warning: This conversation includes racially and/or culturally derogatory language and/or negative depictions of Black and Indigenous people of color, women, and LGBTQI+ individuals. Rather than remove this content, we present it in the context of twentieth-century social history to acknowledge and learn from its impact and to inspire awareness and discussion. Discussing homosexuality and American society and interviewing members of the Mattachine Midwest organization: Jim Bradford, Valerie Taylor (pen name of Velma N. Tate, 1913-1997), and Henry Weimhoff.
Studs discusses race relations and economic disparity with four Chicago area women in a program entitled "Each of us can act". This recording was the last of a 6-part series, "Rearing the Child of Good Will", broadcast under the auspices of the National Conference of Christians and Jews.