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Angela Davis speech at New Haven rally, April 21, 1979. Digital

Item Identifier: MC 703; T-452; Vt-185; CD-74, T-452.180.
Scope and Contents: Subseries A, Audio, 1981-2007 (#T-452.1 - T-452.179, CD-74.1) includes lectures for "Sexuality and Legality," "Sex Equality," and "Sex Discrimination" classes; two public debates with Phyllis Schlafly; testimonies for the Antipornography Civil Rights Ordinance during the 1983 Minneapolis city council public hearings and 1985 Los Angeles Women's Commission hearings; symposium on sexual harassment at Yale Law School, organized in honor of the 20th anniversary of...

"Angela Speaks: Angela Davis interviews Luis Talamantez," January 30, 1978. Digital

Item Identifier: MC 940, T.547.141.
Scope and Contents: Series XII, AUDIOVISUAL, ca.1971-2016, n.d. (T-547.1-T-547.148, DVD-143.1-DVD-143.38, CD-90.1-CD-90.12, Vt-314.1-Vt-314.65, MP-84.1-MP-84.2, Phon-75.1-Phon-75.5), includes audiotapes, CDs, DVDs, videotapes, motion pictures, and phonograph records. This series contains speeches, lectures, and interviews delivered by Angela Davis at schools, conferences, and other events in the United States and abroad. Also includes recordings of Critical Resistance meeting proceedings and Davis's 1970s radio...

"Angela Speaks: Angela Davis interviews Rupert Garcia on Raza art exhibit and Chronicle reviewer Albert Frankensteen's review of it," December 12, 1977. Digital

Item Identifier: MC 940, T.547.140.
Scope and Contents: Series XII, AUDIOVISUAL, ca.1971-2016, n.d. (T-547.1-T-547.148, DVD-143.1-DVD-143.38, CD-90.1-CD-90.12, Vt-314.1-Vt-314.65, MP-84.1-MP-84.2, Phon-75.1-Phon-75.5), includes audiotapes, CDs, DVDs, videotapes, motion pictures, and phonograph records. This series contains speeches, lectures, and interviews delivered by Angela Davis at schools, conferences, and other events in the United States and abroad. Also includes recordings of Critical Resistance meeting proceedings and Davis's 1970s radio...

"Angela Davis: Eine Legende Iebt," 1998. Digital

Item Identifier: MC 940, Vt-314.53.
Scope and Contents: 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.

Angela Davis speech: "Radio Smithsonian," undated. Digital

Item Identifier: MC 940, T-547.82.
Scope and Contents: 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.

Angela Davis documentary, undated. Digital

Item Identifier: MC 940, Vt-314.64.
Scope and Contents: Biographical documentary about Angela Davis focusing on the 1970's and her trial. Includes archival footage and photos.

"Songs Devoted to Angela Davis," 1972. Digital

Item Identifier: MC 940, T-547.133.
Scope and Contents: 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.

[L'Affaire Angela Davis, Paris event], 1971 Digital

Item Identifier: MC 940, 58.4.
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 San...

Herbie Hancock, Taj Mahal, Malo, and Maya Angelou in concert for Angela Davis, Berkeley Community Theatre, CA : poster, undated Digital

Item — Box: 7, Folder: 14Identifier: MS Am 3135
Scope and Contents: The series has a strong focus on events promoted by the San Francisco based Family Dog and Bill Graham. In 1966 Chet Helms, a well-known rock promoter and free-spirit, teamed up with a hippy commune to form The Family Dog. The Family Dog employed a group of San Francisco artists—Wes Wilson, Victor Moscoso, Alton Kelley, Stanley Mouse and Rick Griffin—whose artwork has become synonymous with the psychedelic rock scene, peace movement and counter-cultural ethos. Both Helms and Bill Graham rented...