Call Number: NI 056Producers: Nancy Barrett, Lincoln BergmanProgram: Nothing Is More Precious ThanCollection: “Nothing is More Precious Than…” a news magazine including music and poetry
This is a Vietnam victory program. NOTE: an excerpt from this tape is on Roots of Resistance, Volume 1, highlights CD.
Vietnam & Detroit Rebellion
Publisher: Freedom ArchivesProgram: COINTELPRO 101Collection: Geronimo Pratt
Ji Jaga Pratt discusses his experience of coming from a year of combat in VietNam and ordered to repress a riot that largely consisted of black and disenfranchised peoples.
Vietnam: Ho Chi Minh Speaks - Captured US Military
Call Number: CD 390Collection: Compact discs and videos representing digitized copies of analog tapes
Track 1 - Ho Chi Minh adresses the anti-war movements of various countries in Vietnamese, Chinese, French, English track 2 - US POWs speaking from captivity in Vietnam. Recorded by the National Liberation Front of Vietnam. Same as KP 169
No Greater Cause
Call Number: V 735Producers: Estuary PressCollection: Videos in many formats – both camera originals as well as reference materials
No Greater Cause chronicles the height of the anti-Vietnam war movement in the Bay Area. Footage shows the massive confrontations in Oakland between police and anti-draft protesters in 1967; the rally of 100,000 against the war at Kezar Stadium in April, 1967; and other events. Vietnam veteran David Duncan told demonstrators, "Protesters are the best friends the soldiers in Vietnam have."
Ho Chi Minh
Publisher: Nancy Barrett, Lincoln BergmanProgram: Nothing Is More Precious ThanCollection: Vietnam
Ho Chi Minh, Vietnamese President, in rare recording, speaks in English to express gratitude to people in the United States who oppose the war.
Madame Binh entreats US Congress
Publisher: Freedom ArchivesCollection: La Lucha Continua: a talking mural in San Francisco
Madame Binh expresses the whole of Vietnam's wish to be liberated from American aggression.
Call Number: V 733Producers: Estuary PressCollection: Videos in many formats – both camera originals as well as reference materials
Hot Damn! is a short film with unique footage of the Bay Area peace movement at a time when the Vietnam War was escalating rapidly. Segments include the Berkeley troop train demonstrations; peace marches from Berkeley to Oakland, ending in a massive confrontation with local police; the Oakland Army Induction Center draft protests, draft card burning, and the sit-ins of 1964-1965.
Publisher: Weather Underground OrganizationYear: 1975Collection: Weather Underground Organization
Contents: 6 A MIGHTY ARMY: An Investigation of Women Workers 14 THE POLITICS OF DAYCARE 15 VICTORY IN VIETNAM 18 THE TRIAL: STORIES FROM A TRUCK STOP 20 VICTORY TO THE PONCE CEMENT STRIKE 22 IMPERIALISM = HUNGER 29 June 25th: MOZAMBIQUE INDEPENDENCE DAY 32 The Unemployed Get Organized 33 REVIEW: LONGTIME CALIFORN1
Geronimo Ji Jaga in San Quentin on self defense
Publisher: Freedom ArchivesProducers: Lisa Rudman, Judy Gerber, Prentis Hemphill, Claude Marks, Isaac OntiverosCollection: Geronimo Pratt
Geronimo Ji Jaga Pratt connects his experiences in Vietnam to the treatment of Black folks in the US and speaks of the self defense effort.
Marilyn Buck - a Tribute
Publisher: Freedom ArchivesCollection: Women Against Imperialism
Marilyn talks about how she grew into her won as a revolutionary, her experience in the anti-Vietnam and Black Liberation movements. She speaks to the revolutionary state where everyone has the right to their own culture, land, and means of production, and how the liberation of women is intrinsically tied to the liberation of all nations.