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WFCR (Radio station : Amherst, Mass). (162)
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Broadcasts (163)
Sound recordings (163)
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Collection

WFCR Radio Broadcast Collection (163)

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Amherst (Mass.) (97)
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South Hadley (Mass.) - Speaking at Mount Holyoke College on student activism in civil rights and antiwar movements.
(WFCR Radio Broadcast Collection)

Zinn, Howard, 1922-2010
1965 Oct. 20
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Amherst (Mass.) - Discussion with nutritionist Adelle Davis.
(WFCR Radio Broadcast Collection)

Davis, Adelle
1972 June 4
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Amherst (Mass.) - Discussion of political issues surrounding nuclear power and the energy future of the United States, featuring talk by Sam Lovejoy at the Toward Tomorrow Fair.
(WFCR Radio Broadcast Collection)

Lovejoy, Sam
1976 June 26
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South Hadley (Mass.) - Lecture at Mount Holyoke College on the intersection of race and power.
(WFCR Radio Broadcast Collection)

Lomax, Louis E., 1922-1970
1962 Nov. 7
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Amherst (Mass.) - Interview with Sanchez on her poetry and career.
(WFCR Radio Broadcast Collection)

Sanchez, Sonia, 1934-
1974 Nov. 31
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Boston (Mass.) - Lecture at New England Conservatory of Music.
(WFCR Radio Broadcast Collection)

Steinem, Gloria
1972 Feb. 24
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Amherst (Mass.) - Lecture on opening of W.E.B. Du Bois Papers by Aptheker and Bennet, introduced by Cole.
(WFCR Radio Broadcast Collection)

1980 Sept. 19
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Amherst (Mass.) - First lecture in four-part series, inaugurating the Martin Luther King Memorial Lecture Series.
(WFCR Radio Broadcast Collection)

Pauling, Linus, 1901-1994
1968 Apr.
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Northampton (Mass.) - Lecture at Smith College, introduced by David Cavage (Smith College English Dept.).
(WFCR Radio Broadcast Collection)

Singer, Isaac Bashevis, 1904-1991
1968 Oct. 22
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South Hadley (Mass.) - Lecture to Phi Beta Kappa chapter, Mount Holyoke College.
(WFCR Radio Broadcast Collection)

Luening, Otto, 1900-1996
1966 Dec. 8