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In his new book Reform or Repression, Chad Pearson describes this influential group of employers, activists, and their allies. The story of one Southern activist, N.
F. Thompson, reveals connections between racial violence and anti- union activism. Writer and broadcaster Robyn Ravlich visited Akhmatova's apartment in St Petersburg, where the gifted poet secretly wrote her poetic masterpieces, Requiem and Poem Without a Hero - - right under the noses of KGB forces, who kept watch on her 2. It would take decades for the poems to be published, first abroad in translation, and then at last they appeared in full in Russian in the 1. Soviet empire. This personal literary pilgrimage revealed surprising details of the poet's intimate and dramatic life that are not widely known, shedding new light on her poems.
The program captures what one of Robyn's specialist guide- companions described as 'trembling moments'. Although long absent, Akhmatova remained a powerful presence in the apartment where she lived for over twenty five years: it is still furnished as it was when she lived there, replete with her memorabilia and treasured artwork. The apartment - - in a former palace that was nationalised after the Russian Revolution - - is now a museum devoted to the enduring legacy of Anna Akhmatova. Music in the program is from the album The Trackless Woods, Iris De.
Ment. Alena Mankova Specialist guide Irena Kazantseva Guide/interpreter~ ~ ~ ~ TALKING HISTORY HAS CEASED OVER- THE- AIR BROADCASTING, EFFECTIVE WITH THE CONCLUSION OF OUR MAY 1. SHOW. From this point forward we will provide: 1) links to especially noteworthy history- related programming currently available on line, and 2) occasional original programming for national and international distribution.~ ~ ~ ~ May 1. Segment 1 . Despite the Founding Fathers rejecting the crown for a democratic form of government, Americans are still fascinated with royalty.
This selection from the Motion Picture Films series . She vacationed in Lee, Massachusetts, and visited New York City, Boston, and Albany, New York. In the latter city she attended the 3. First Church in Albany, the city's oldest, established by Dutch settlers in the 1. She addressed the U.
S. Congress on 5 August 1. Gambling is a part of America's DNA - - Native Americans played dice games prior to contact with Europeans and in 1. English proprietors held a lottery to raise funds for the Virginia Company's settlement of Jamestown. We look at how speculators bet on land - - America's most plentiful commodity - - and created the . The Guys also uncover how gambling, once outlawed throughout much of the U. S., has become a major source of revenue for cash- strapped communities. From Native American gaming to the rise of Las Vegas, this episode unpacks how some Americans found opportunity in gambling, while others lost big.
Inspired by Dostoyevsky's own addiction to roulette gambling, the short novel . Dostoevsky completed the novella under a strict deadline so he could pay off gambling debts. Incorporating field recordings to capture the tension and brutality outside the convention hall, we'll hear Black Panther co- founder Bobby Seale at a rally, Dick Gregory at President Lyndon Johnson's 'birthday' party, and comments from Allen Ginsberg and Studs Terkel regarding police brutality at religious prayer vigil.
This program was produced by Elsa Knight Thompson, and features news reports by Dale Minor, Phil Watson, and Bob Fass. For more information on the song, see: http: //www. Only about 2% of the U. S. In this episode of Back. Story, the Guys explore the history of Judaism in America, from George Washington. Guests include: Eran Shalev, Historian at Haifa University in Israel, and the author of American Zion: The Old Testament as a Political Text From the Revolution to the Civil War; Dianne Ashton, Professor of religious studies at Rowan University, and the author of Hanukkah in America: A History; Steve Oney, Author of And the Dead Shall Rise: The Murder of Mary Phagan and the Lynching of Leo Frank; Jonathan Sarna, Historian at Brandeis University; Ted Merwin, Professor of Judaic studies at Dickinson College and author of Pastrami on Rye: An Over. Stuffed History of the Jewish Deli.
In March of 1. 94. Isaac Mayer Wise - - the founder of Reform Judaism in America. The Guys go back to the eighteenth- century and look at how elite colleges replaced social status with merit and behavior as a way to grade students. We uncover the links between President James Garfield's 1. The Guys explore the long and troubled history of how Americans have used tests to both exclude and include people from the citizenry. Sixty- nine metres long, the ship had three masts and was built to carry over four hundred men.
It was to be the symbol of the growing Swedish empire, but ended up becoming a disaster. On its maiden voyage, the Vasa sailed just over one kilometre and then sank in the middle of Stockholm. Due to the depth of the sea, and the mud in which the Vasa sank into at the bottom of the harbour, divers found an almost intact ship; the submerged Vasa was described as a marine Pompeii. Journalist Johan Gabrielsson delves into the royal archive and speaks with marine archaeologists and historians to try and discover why the ship sank on her maiden voyage. Parker was famous for the highly acclaimed series of Radio Ballads that he made in the 5. Ewan Mac. Coll and Peggy Seeger.
It was labelled 'Off Limits #2' and was one of a series of programs produced by Parker along with musicians of what was known as the Critics' Group - a radical leftist folk ensemble led by Mac. Coll. Dated 1. 97.