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Angela Davis speech: Black Women's Task Force of Tucson: Salute to Black Women Conference and Luncheon, February 4, 1994. Digital

Item Identifier: MC 940, Vt-314.35.
Scope and Contents:

Davis discusses the meaning of being radical, the history of slavery, the marginalization of black women in history, Anita Hill, Johnetta Cole, black women in government, mass incarceration, and the criminalization of African Americans.

Angela Davis speech: "Moving Toward the Millennium: Rethinking the Challenges of Feminism" at the University of Maine, November 12, 1994. Digital

Item Identifier: MC 940, Vt-314.36.
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Davis discusses how crime, immigration, and welfare were used as issues during the 1992 United States presidential election to define categories of normality and pathology. Davis also discusses Newt Gingrich, Bill Clinton, popular books on racial intelligence, how to critically engage in politics, racism, and capitalism. Includes audience question and answer session. See #97.14 for related materials.

Woman and incarceration panel featuring Angela Davis, University of California, Santa Cruz: Women and Incarceration, 1994. Digital

Item Identifier: MC 940, Vt-314.37.
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Includes musical performance by Faith Nolan with an introduction by Angela Davis. Musical performance is followed by panel discussion with students, Faith Nolan, and Angela Davis. Topics include battered women syndrome discourse, child incarceration, three-strikes laws, prisons in California, and immigration.

Angela Davis speech: "Bridging the Gap: Communication, Understanding, and Respect" at Santa Clara University Challenges Conference, April 6, 1995. Digital

Item Identifier: MC 940, Vt-314.39.
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Davis discusses socio-political identities and how they can inhibit coalition building; activism in the 1990's; racism in anti-immigration, anti-crime, and anti-welfare movements; violence against women; imprisonment; and affirmative action. Includes audience question and answer session.

Angela Davis speech: "Coalition Building" at Progressive Baptist Church in Santa Cruz, California, ca.1995. Digital

Item Identifier: MC 940, Vt-314.41.
Scope and Contents: Davis discusses the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, activist organizations, the campaign against affirmative action, media representation and racism, Rodney King, conservatism people of color, political issues and party affiliation, sustained activism, the ineffectiveness of single issue campaigns, three-strikes laws, the expansion of the prison industry, criminalization of black men, and capitalism. Includes audience announcements and audience question and answer...

Angela Davis speech: Community building in the 1990's at Hamilton College, April 19, 1996. Digital

Item Identifier: MC 940, Vt-314.42.
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Davis discusses affirmative action in California, conservative people of color, the politics of nostalgia, family values, the Million Man March, ways in which women of color formations can create new strategies for community building and empowerment, interconnections between political issues, the expansion of the prison industry, anti-racism, and victimization. Includes audience question and answer session. See #101.3 for related materials.

Angela Davis speech: "Race and Gender: Imprisonment Practices in the United States" at University of Maryland, Baltimore County, March 7, 1997. Digital

Item Identifier: MC 940, Vt-314.46.
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Davis discusses feminist Kate Millett, the development of women's prisons, civil death, expanding prison populations, her personal experience in prison, prison abolition, and slavery. Includes audience question and answer session.

Angela Davis speech: "Unlikely Coalitions: Radical Strategies for Anti-Racist Activism" at Smith College, June 13, 1997. Digital

Item Identifier: MC 940, Vt-314.47.
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Davis discusses Geronimo Pratt, Frank "Big Black" Smith, women's prisons, conservatism in the black community, new forms of racism, global capitalism, unfair labor practices, the expansion of the prison system, mass incarceration, the criminalization of people of color, and coalition building between students and prisoners. Includes audience question and answer session.

Angela Davis speech: "African Americans and the Prison Industry" at University of Connecticut Institute for African-American Studies, October 16, 1997. Digital

Item Identifier: MC 940, Vt-314.48.
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Davis discusses the history of African Americans and imprisonment and the military industrial complex. Includes audience question and answer session. See #104.11 and #213F+B.12 for related materials.

Angela Davis speech: "Resisting the Prison-Industrial Complex through Education" at University of Hawaii, February 12, 1998. Digital

Item Identifier: MC 940, Vt-314.51.
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Davis discusses United States imperialism, capitalism, the expansion of prisons, crime, the history of the criminalization of black people in the United States, prison labor, private prisons, super maximum prisons, the death penalty,  prison overcrowding, and how to organize against the prison-industrial complex. Includes speech (about 66 minutes), question and answer session (about 14 minutes), and footage from the reception at the Hawaiian Studies Center (about 23 minutes) .

Issues and Answers, Show 35: The Prison Industrial Complex featuring Angela Davis, April 5, 1999. Digital

Item Identifier: MC 940, Vt-314.55.
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Episode of KTOP 10 Oakland Government Access television program on the Prison Industrial Complex featuring Angela Davis. Davis discusses mass incarceration, Critical Resistance, private prisons, local prison abolition events, the criminalization of non-violent acts, the imprisonment of immigrants, and the defunding of educational and welfare programs. Includes commercials.

"Strategic Identities: Translocal Collaboration on Difference" featuring Angela Davis, American Anthropological Association, November 15, 2000. Digital

Item Identifier: MC 940, Vt-314.59.
Scope and Contents: Conference panel organized by A.L. Anderson and D.L. Klein. Features Angela Davis as panel discussant via satellite. Anderson presents on the Garifuna indigenous people of Guatemala, political participation, and multicultural democracy. Marie "Keta" Miranda presents on youth and the public sphere in Oakland, California. Following participant presents on transnational women's networks in northern Europe. Hilary Kahn discusses collaborations of time and difference in Guatemala. Debbie Klein...

Angela Davis speech: "Are Prisons Obsolete?" at First Congregational Church of Oakland, Part I, July 26, 2003. Digital

Item Identifier: MC 940, CD-90.6.
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Speech by Angela Davis at First Congregational Church of Oakland in California. Event sponsored by KPFA Free Speech Radio, Global Exchange, and Seven Stories press. Davis discusses the "Cuban Five" and political prisoners, the Iraq War, prison reform, prison abolition, the death penalty, the innocence movement, and restorative justice.

Frame-Up: a weekly trial bulletin from The National United Committee to Free Angela Davis and All Political Prisoners, 1972 Digital

Item Identifier: MC 940, 57.12.
Scope and Contents: Subseries D, General trial files, 1970-1992 (#56.10-60.12, 205FB.6-205FB.10, 206F+B.1-206F+B.4, 208F+B.1-208F+B.9, 209F+B.1-209F+B.5, 210F+B.1-210F+B.3, 211F+B.1-211F+B.4, 212F+B.1-212F+B.4, 202OB.15-202OB.16, 207OB.1-207OB.10, 220SB.1, 222SB.1, 223OB-225OB, 207OB), includes clippings, letters to Davis (including some with her carbon responses), fliers, Davis's FBI wanted poster, letters and printed/published material from Committees to Free Angela from all over the United States including...

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

Item Identifier: T-331; Phon-38; CD-13, 146.
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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.
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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.

Angela Davis speech: "Learn to Struggle, Struggle to Learn: From Ethnic Studies to Campus Diversity" at University of California, Berkeley, October, 20, 1988. Digital

Item Identifier: MC 940, T-547.10.
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Introduction by Palestinian journalist August Zaid. Davis discusses Mary McLeod Bethune, racist violence, racism at universities, the Reagan administration, activism, education, income inequality, South African apartheid, and coalition building.

Angela Davis speech: Syracuse University Jeanette K. Watson Distinguished Visiting Professorship Seminar, Session II, "Where Are We and Where Do We Go From Here?," March 26, 1992. Digital

Item Identifier: MC 940, T-547.25.
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Davis discusses the importance of solidarity and coalition building among various activist and ethnic groups. Davis also discusses activism and ways to get involved. Includes audience question and answer session.

Angela Davis speech: Syracuse University Jeanette K. Watson Distinguished Visiting Professorship Seminar, Session I,  "Where Are We and Where Do We Go From Here?," March 27, 1992. Digital

Item Identifier: MC 940, T-547.26.
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Additional seminar session. Davis discusses the importance of solidarity and coalition building among various activist and ethnic groups. Davis also discusses activism, ways to get involved, and women in prison. Includes audience question and answer session.

"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.
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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: "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.
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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.

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...