Special Programming

– December 2, 2004

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7 am to 6pm PST

Pacifica Network Pre-empts Regular Programming
for National Simulcast Special Broadcast to Raise Funds
To Help Rescue the Rare Valuable Collection of 50,000
Historical Recordings Housed in the Pacifica Radio Archives.

Highlights Include:

Broadcast of Recently Rediscovered 1972 Recording of Comedy Legend Richard Pryor Reading His Poetry and Commenting on Rebellion in Attica

Broadcast of Discussion with James Baldwin about his views and writings about the Civil Rights movement in 1963 hosted by John Leonard, then Pacifica Host and now CBS Sunday Morning Critic

The Launch of the Pacifica Archives New Adopt-a-Tape Project Giving Listeners an Opportunity To Have Their Name Inscribed on Copies of a Program They Select to Help Preserve

United Farm Workers of America Co-Founder Dolores Huerta Live-in-Studio Discussing the Adoption of the Pacifica Archives Extensive Collection of Recordings of Labor and Civil Rights Hero, Cesar Chavez

See the complete schedule and details.

Visit the Pacifica Radio Archives:

www.pacificaradioarchives.org

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