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"Women and Philanthropy Presents: Making the Connections: Women, Poverty, and the Law: #100. Keynote: 'Gender, Race, and Class' - Angela Davis," September 14-16, 2000. Digital

Item Identifier: MC 940, T-547.67.
Scope and Contents: Keynote speech on philanthropy as a mode of solidarity. Davis discusses connections between women's rights, anti-racism, incarceration, and class. Includes audience question and answer session.

Angela Davis speech: "Women, Race, and Class in the 1990's" at the Midwest Women's Studies Association Conference, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, October 3, 1989. Digital

Item Identifier: MC 940, Vt-314.15.
Scope and Contents: Speech by Angela Davis on delivered at the Midwest Women's Studies Association Conference. Davis discusses the history of the women's movement, limitations to the idea of universal womanhood, the gender wage gap, racism, the devaluation of women of color, the importance of building multiracial woman's organizations, abortion rights, childcare, sterilization abuse, homophobic violence, the war on drugs, and the interconnections between social issues. Includes audience question and answer...

Angela Davis speech: "Empowerment 2000: Building Black Leadership for the 21st Century" at Yale University, 2nd Annual Conference on Black Solidarity, November 1-3, 1996. Digital

Item Identifier: MC 940, Vt-314.43.
Scope and Contents: Includes introduction from Yale Black Student Alliance. Davis discusses the dismantling of affirmative action, immigrant bashing, sexual violence, homophobia, the historical masculinist focus in the black leadership, the Million Man March, conservatism in the black community, Clarence Thomas, the importance of historical memory, and the prison industrial complex. Includes one audience question.

Angela Davis speech: "Learn to Struggle, Struggle to Learn: From Ethnic Studies to Campus Diversity" at University of California, Berkeley, Part I, October 25, 1988. Digital

Item Identifier: MC 940, Vt-314.11.
Scope and Contents: Davis discusses the history of equality in education, political attitudes in the United States, racism on college campuses, the Ronald Reagan administration, hate violence, and fostering diversity on college campuses. Includes audience question and answer session.

Banned Books Reading including Angela Davis and June Jordan. Side 1. Undated. Digital

Item Identifier: T-331; Phon-38; CD-13, 146.
Scope and Contents: Angela Davis reads Jordan's "Black English, White English" and from His Own Where. Jordan reads from Alice Walker's The Color Purple and discusses censorship. Other poets read.

Banned Books Reading including Angela Davis and June Jordan. Side 2. Undated. Digital

Item Identifier: T-331; Phon-38; CD-13, 146.
Scope and Contents: Angela Davis reads Jordan's "Black English, White English" and from His Own Where. Jordan reads from Alice Walker's The Color Purple and discusses censorship. Other poets read.