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Amherst (Mass.) - Lecture 7 of 7 in a Four College course, delivered by Philip Sarrel, gynecologist at Westover Air Force Base.
(WFCR Radio Broadcast Collection)

Sarrel, Philip M., 1937-
1969 Apr. 28
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Springfield (Mass.) - Lecture at American International College. Audio choppy, particularly early in tape.
(WFCR Radio Broadcast Collection)

Chomsky, Noam
1970 Apr.
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Question and answer with Pres. Plimpton on Black takeover at Amherst College.
(WFCR Radio Broadcast Collection)

1972 Feb.
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Amherst (Mass.) - News conference by Black students occupying Amherst College presenting their demands to President Plimpton. Taped off the air from WAMF.
(WFCR Radio Broadcast Collection)

1970 Feb. 18
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Amherst (Mass.) - News coverage of the Black student takeover at Amherst College (on behalf of Black students of the Five College community), including protest rally; protestors' addresses; discussion occupation of Mills House/New Africa House at UMass; Black Studies and Black internationalism; Mount Holyoke; interviews with participants in takeover. Mark Mills and others reporting.
(WFCR Radio Broadcast Collection)

1970 Feb.
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Amherst (Mass.) - Series of news reports on the Black student takeover at Amherst College (on behalf of Black students of the Five College community), Nixon's foreign policy, the Vietnam War, and other current news. Art Cohen, Gary Axelson, and others reporting.
(WFCR Radio Broadcast Collection)

1970 Feb. 18
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Amherst (Mass.) - Press conference with Pres. Plimpton, Amherst College, regarding Black student takeover.
(WFCR Radio Broadcast Collection)

1972 Feb.
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Amherst (Mass.) - Interviews with Amherst College students after Black takeover.
(WFCR Radio Broadcast Collection)

1972 Feb.
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South Hadley (Mass.) - Lecture on modern architecture at Mount Holyoke.
(WFCR Radio Broadcast Collection)

Franzen, Ulric, 1921-2012
1963 Nov. 20
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Amherst (Mass.) - Readings of excerpts from Du Bois's Dusk to Dawn (read by Andrew Salkey) and "The causes and hollow excuses offered by Southerners for lynching" by Wells-Barnett (read by Ingrid Askew). Aired during Black History Month.
(WFCR Radio Broadcast Collection)

1980 Feb. 11