Includes article and flier soliciting support for Davis and all political prisioners.
"Angela Speaks: Angela Davis interviews Rupert Garcia on Raza art exhibit and Chronicle reviewer Albert Frankensteen's review of it," December 12, 1977. Digital
Davis discusses her childhood and the development of her political beliefs. She mentions historic and personal events that influenced her commitment to political causes including segregation, the Soledad Brothers case, racism, and anti-communism.
Songs composed by Tulkun Toshmatov. Text by Tulkun Rajabi. Vocals by Sason Benyaminov and the choir of Uzbek Radio conducted by E. Kalandarov. In Russian and Uzbek.
Biographical documentary about the life and activism of Angela Davis by Christel Priemer and Ingeborg Weber. Includes archival footage from the 1970's and interviews with Angela Davis, Fania Davis, Charlene Mitchell, Margaret Burnham, Howard Moore, Stephanie Allen, and Eisa Davis. Interviews are dubbed in German. Narration in German.
Biographical documentary about Angela Davis focusing on the 1970's and her trial. Includes archival footage and photos.
Includes fliers, pamphlets, and clippings.
Includes clippings fliers, and posters.
[Support for Angela Davis], 1971 Digital
Includes fliers, pamphlet for "International Art Auction for Angela Davis," and thank-you letter for support by Davis.
Includes fliers, artwork, and press releases.
Davis advocates for black women solidarity with oppressed women all over the world and discusses the struggles of black women in the United States, women in third world countries, working class people, and critiques the women's movement in the United States.
Interview with Angela Davis on Trinidad and Tobago Television show. Davis discusses her autobiography, the movement to free her from jail, influence from Herbert Marcuse, communism, solidarity with African political struggles such as apartheid, women's equality, her book Women, Race, and Class, musician Mighty Sparrow, and Walter Rodney. Includes clips from Angela Davis speech on Reaganism.
Brief remarks by the Angela Davis Defense Committee on the murder of George Jackson and the campaign to free Angela Davis.
Davis and Near discuss the Free The Army Tour, the feminist movement, sexism, and blues traditions within the women's music movement.
1st Plenary Session of conference at Spelman College. Moderated by Julie Wade. Includes addresses by Johnnetta Cole, C. Delores Tucker, Byllye Avery, and Angela Davis. Davis discusses the history of the National Association of Colored Women's Clubs; solidarity among dispossessed people; African Americans in the women's movement; unemployment; and racist, sexist, and homophobic violence.
Phone interview with Angela Davis by Kenny McReynolds on Sunday Morning Live radio show. Discusses participation in the 24th Convention for the Communist Party of the United States of America, economic roots of racism, the politics of Ronald Reagan, the National Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression, and communism. Includes listener questions..
Davis discusses economic and political inequality in the United States, the politics of Ronald Reagan, unemployment, racism, sexism and reproductive rights, corporate monopolies and labor rights, the nomination of Robert Bork to the United States Supreme Court, and South Africa. Davis's speech is followed by a speech by the president of the event organization about Angela Davis.
Incomplete recording of class lecture and discussion on the history and politics of birth control.
Davis discusses the power of words, history of terms used to refer to African Americans, the use slurs for disenfranchised groups, assimilation, campus activism at San Francisco State University, and student activism in the United States, hate violence, racism, misogyny, and international inequality. Includes audience question and answer session.
Continuation of audience question and answer session with Angela Davis on political oppression and change, democracy, and education.
Tape begins mid-speech. Speech at protest and fundraiser during Oka, Quebec land dispute between the Mohawk people and the Canadian government. Davis discusses women, racism and misogyny in the Gulf War; violence against the Mohawk people; mass incarceration of African Americans in the United States; and the struggles of people of color in the United States.