Name

WFCR (Radio station : Amherst, Mass). (162)
Mount Holyoke College (30)
Amherst College (11)
University of Massachusetts at Amherst (11)
Smith College (10)
Voice of America forum lectures (7)
Literary Society of the University of Massachusetts (6)
Leppzer, Robert (5)
Martin Luther King Memorial Lecture Series (4)
University of Massachusetts Amherst . Department of English (4)
Du Bois, W. E. B. (William Edward Burghardt), 1868-1963 (3)
Rorty, James, 1890-1973 (3)
Clamshell Alliance (2)
Copeland Colloquium (2)
Duesing, Suzanne (2)
Ford Hall Forum (2)
Gertrude Bruin Lecture (2)
Lawrence, D. H. (David Herbert), 1885-1930 (2)
Martini, Giovanni Battista, 1706-1784 (2)
Novartis (Firm) (2)
O'Donnell, William C. (2)
Seabrook Nuclear Power Plant (N.H.) (2)
Spenser, Edmund, 1552?-1599 (2)
Steinbeck, John, 1902-1968 (2)
Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (U.S.) (2)
University of Massachusetts at Amherst . Distinguished Visitors Program (2)
American Indian Movement (1)
American Writers Against the Vietnam War (1)
Auden, W. H. (Wystan Hugh), 1907-1973 (1)
Bagg, Robert (1)
Beatles (1)
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Blackmur, R. P. (Richard P.), 1904-1965 (1)
Bloodroot Collective (1)
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Cambridge Union Society (University of Cambridge) (1)
Clarke School for the Deaf (1)
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Cole, Johnetta B. (1)
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Cummings, E. E. (Edward Estlin), 1894-1962 (1)
Distinguished Visitors Program (1)
Dos Passos, John, 1896-1970 (1)
Elijah Muhammad, 1897-1975 (1)
Ellington, Duke, 1899-1974 (1)
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Ghana Broadcasting Corporation (1)
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Joseph, Hugh (1)
Junkins, Donald, 1931 (1)
Kathryn Irene Glascock Poetry Prize (1)
Kay, Vincent (1)
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King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968 (1)
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People Against Racism (1)
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Poets, American (27)
History (24)
Organic farming (15)
Social conditions (11)
African Americans (9)
Feminism (9)
Faculty (8)
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Novelists, American (7)
Student movements (7)
Women (7)
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New England (5)
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Civil rights movement (4)
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Sex (4)
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African American communists (3)
Democracy (3)
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African American authors (2)
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Utopias (1)
Vietnam Moratorium, 1969 (1)
Vietnam War,1961-1975 (1)
Vietnamese War, 1961-1975 (1)
Violence (1)
Water-supply (1)
Women civil rights workers (1)
Women in politics (1)
Women writers (1)
Yoga (1)

Genre

Broadcasts (190)
Sound recordings (164)
Lectures (83)
Poetry readings (Sound recordings) (17)
Audiotapes (14)
Interviews (9)
Transcripts (7)
Audiocassettes (5)
Radio programs (5)
Debates (3)
MP3 (1)
Poetry (1)

Collection

WFCR Radio Broadcast Collection (163)
Bill Duesing Politics of Food Collection (14)
W. E. B. Du Bois Papers (8)
University of Massachusetts Literary Society Collection (5)

Place

Amherst (Mass.) (102)
United States (35)
South Hadley (Mass.) (34)
Bridgeport (Conn.) (14)
Massachusetts (12)
Northampton (Mass.) (9)
New York (N.Y.) (8)
20th century (4)
Europe (3)
Boston (Mass.) (2)
Central America (2)
Nicaragua (2)
Quabbin Reservoir (Mass.) (2)
1979- (1)
1979-1990 (1)
Accra, Ghana (1)
Amherst (1)
Amherst (Mass.)? (1)
Cambridge (England) (1)
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El Salvador (1)
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India (1)
Montague (Mass.) (1)
New England (1)
Nigeria (1)
Peterborough (N.H.) (1)
Russia (1)
S.l. (1)
South Hadley and Northampton (Mass.) (1)
Soviet Union (1)
Springfield (1)
Springfield (Mass.) (1)
Vietnam (1)
Washington (D.C.) (1)
West Springfield (Mass.) (1)
w0th century (1)

 

 

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Bridgeport (Conn.) - Radio broadcast over WPKN. Contents include: news on organic farming movement and Greenpeace -- interview with Julie Rawson (organic farmer, NOFA Massachusetts) -- apples -- what to plant and eat now.
(Bill Duesing Politics of Food Collection)

Duesing, Bill
1997 Oct. 18
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Bridgeport (Conn.) - Radio broadcast over WPKN. Contents include: news on nutriceuticals -- interview with Joseph Kiefer (educator, Vermont) -- tomatoes -- what to plant and eat now.
(Bill Duesing Politics of Food Collection)

Duesing, Bill
1997 Sept. 20
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Bridgeport (Conn.) - Radio broadcast over WPKN. Contents include: news on genetically modified organisms -- interview with Elizabeth Henderson (farmer and activist, New York) -- onion soup -- starting seedlings.
(Bill Duesing Politics of Food Collection)

Duesing, Bill
1998 Feb. 21
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New York (N.Y.) - A commentary on the human rights violates who have recently usurped the Kremlin; hereby "throwing down the gauntlet to them"; condemning "the use of mass deportations, slave labor camps, murder and political courts as official"; and reminding listeners that "the curse of an evil deed is that it must always engender more evil."
(W. E. B. Du Bois Papers)

Voice of America forum lectures
1951 Nov. 19
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New York (N.Y.) - Describing the "wonders" female volunteers have accomplished in American communities; outlining the demographic minorities of Minneapolis and how "personal" and "hard... to fight" the racism is in that city; suggesting that neighborhood segregation is "not as much a problem as real estate people sometimes make it"; noting the process of integration in public schools; and advisi... more
(W. E. B. Du Bois Papers)

Voice of America forum lectures
1951 Sept. 24
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Bridgeport (Conn.) - Radio broadcast over WPKN. Contents include: opposition to organic standards -- interview with Steve Gilman (organic farmer from New York) -- potatoes and greens -- planting time.
(Bill Duesing Politics of Food Collection)

Duesing, Bill
1998 Apr. 18
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Bridgeport (Conn.) - Radio broadcast over WPKN. Contents include: news on NOFA summer conference -- interview with John Wargo (author of Our Children's Toxic Legacy) -- vegetable stir fry -- what to plant and eat now.
(Bill Duesing Politics of Food Collection)

Duesing, Bill
1997 July 19
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New York (N.Y.) - Number 126 of the "Women's World" series, aspiring to answer "Just what is the status of Negroes in the United States?"; describing the trials and triumphs of various young African Americans in higher education, segregated public spaces, public transportation, and the professional arena.
(W. E. B. Du Bois Papers)

Voice of America forum lectures
1951 Nov. 13
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Bridgeport (Conn.) - Radio broadcast over WPKN. Contents include: news on genetically modified organisms -- interview with Hugh Joseph (nutritionist and activist for food security with community groups) -- garlic -- drying vegetables.
(Bill Duesing Politics of Food Collection)

Duesing, Bill
1997 Aug. 16
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Bridgeport (Conn.) - Radio broadcast over WPKN. Contents include: news on Pesticide Action Network of North America -- interview with Kathy Lawrence (New York City food activist) -- roots cellars -- the wonder of life.
(Bill Duesing Politics of Food Collection)

Duesing, Bill
1997 Dec. 20