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Piercing the Veil

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Recording of the panel "Piercing the Veil: Our Voices Can Be Heard. The impact that writers can make." Includes speeches by Barbara Ehrenreich: feminist, author of "The hearts of men," co-chair of Democratic Socialists of America; Amber Hollibaugh: associate producer, "Neighborhood voices," WNYC-TV, writer and associate editor, "Socialist review"; and June Jordan: poet and writer, author of "Passion," "Civil Wars," and other books, professor of English, SUNY-STONY Brook. Suzanne Gordon, freelance writer and radio commentator, author of "Lonely in America" and "Off balance: the real world of ballet," introduces the authors. Victor Navasky: editor, "The Nation," author of "Naming names" is interviewed at the beginning of the recording. Date and location of panel is unknown.



Piercing the Veil


Pacifica Radio Archive.

WBAI (Radio station : New York, N.Y.).


Los Angeles :, Pacifica Radio Archives,, 1983.


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Pacifica Radio Archives.

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Sponsored by the National Historical Publications and Records Commission at the National Archives and Records Administration as part of Pacifica's American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982 grant preservation project.

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