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The Oral History Center preserves voices of people from all walks of life, with varying political perspectives, national origins, and ethnic backgrounds. Our podcast, The Berkeley Remix, delves into pressing issues, making our vast archive accessible to scholars and the public. The UC Berkeley Oral History Center, a division of The Bancroft Library, was founded in 1953 and produces carefully researched, audio/video-recorded, and transcribed oral histories and interpretative historical materi ...
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In season 8 of The Berkeley Remix, a podcast of the Oral History Center at UC Berkeley, we are highlighting interviews from the Japanese American Intergenerational Narratives Oral History Project. The OHC team interviewed twenty-three survivors and descendants of two World War II-era sites of incarceration: Manzanar in California and Topaz in Utah.…
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In season 8 of The Berkeley Remix, a podcast of the Oral History Center at UC Berkeley, we are highlighting interviews from the Japanese American Intergenerational Narratives Oral History Project. The OHC team interviewed twenty-three survivors and descendants of two World War II-era sites of incarceration: Manzanar in California and Topaz in Utah.…
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In season 8 of The Berkeley Remix, a podcast of the Oral History Center at UC Berkeley, we are highlighting interviews from the Japanese American Intergenerational Narratives Oral History Project. The OHC team interviewed twenty-three survivors and descendants of two World War II-era sites of incarceration: Manzanar in California and Topaz in Utah.…
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In season 8 of The Berkeley Remix, a podcast of the Oral History Center at UC Berkeley, we are highlighting interviews from the Japanese American Intergenerational Narratives Oral History Project. The OHC team interviewed twenty-three survivors and descendants of two World War II-era sites of incarceration: Manzanar in California and Topaz in Utah.…
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Episode 3: Environmental Justice for All The podcasts for "Voices for the Environment: A Century of Bay Area Activism" are part of a Bancroft Library Gallery exhibition at UC Berkeley. This exhibit charts the twentieth-century evolution of environmentalism in the San Francisco Bay Area through the voices of activists who galvanized public opinion t…
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Episode 2: Tides of Conservation The podcasts for "Voices for the Environment: A Century of Bay Area Activism" are part of a Bancroft Library Gallery exhibition at UC Berkeley. This exhibit charts the twentieth-century evolution of environmentalism in the San Francisco Bay Area through the voices of activists who galvanized public opinion to advanc…
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Episode 1: A Preservationist SpiritThe podcasts for "Voices for the Environment: A Century of Bay Area Activism" are part of a Bancroft Library Gallery exhibition at UC Berkeley. This exhibit charts the twentieth-century evolution of environmentalism in the San Francisco Bay Area through the voices of activists who galvanized public opinion to adva…
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The Berkeley Remix is a podcast from the Oral History Center of The Bancroft Library at the University of California, Berkeley. This season we're headed east of San Francisco to Mount Diablo in Contra Costa County. In this three-part series, "Fifty Years of Save Mount Diablo," we look at land conservation through the lens of Save Mount Diablo, a lo…
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The Berkeley Remix is a podcast from the Oral History Center of The Bancroft Library at the University of California, Berkeley. This season we're headed east of San Francisco to Mount Diablo in Contra Costa County. In this three-part series, "Fifty Years of Save Mount Diablo," we look at land conservation through the lens of Save Mount Diablo, a lo…
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The Berkeley Remix is a podcast from the Oral History Center of The Bancroft Library at the University of California, Berkeley. This season we're headed east of San Francisco to Mount Diablo in Contra Costa County. In this three-part series, "Fifty Years of Save Mount Diablo," we look at land conservation through the lens of Save Mount Diablo, a lo…
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The Bay Area is home to the San Francisco Chinatown, the first Chinatown in the United States. What were the daily lives like of Chinese American youths living in Bay Area Chinatowns, Berkeley, or Emeryville, in the 1920s, 30s, and 40s? This is “Rice All the Time?,” an oral history performance about their experiences, brought to you in an audio for…
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Lately, things have been challenging and uncertain. We’re enduring an order to shelter-in-place, trying to read the news, but not too much, and prioritize self-care. Like many of you, we here at the Oral History Center are in need of some relief.So, we’d like to provide you with some. Episodes in this series, which we’re calling “Coronavirus Relief…
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The Berkeley Remix is a podcast from the Oral History Center of the Bancroft Library at the University of California, Berkeley. Founded in 1954, the Center records and preserves the history of California, the nation, and our interconnected world.Lately, things have been challenging and uncertain. We’re enduring an order to shelter-in-place, trying …
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The Berkeley Remix is a podcast from the Oral History Center of the Bancroft Library at the University of California, Berkeley. Founded in 1954, the Center records and preserves the history of California, the nation, and our interconnected world.Lately, things have been challenging and uncertain. We’re enduring an order to shelter-in-place, trying …
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The Berkeley Remix is a podcast from the Oral History Center of the Bancroft Library at the University of California, Berkeley. Founded in 1954, the Center records and preserves the history of California, the nation, and our interconnected world.Lately, things have been challenging and uncertain. We’re enduring an order to shelter-in-place, trying …
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The Berkeley Remix is a podcast from the Oral History Center of the Bancroft Library at the University of California, Berkeley. Founded in 1954, the Center records and preserves the history of California, the nation, and our interconnected world.Lately, things have been challenging and uncertain. We’re enduring an order to shelter-in-place, trying …
  continue reading
 
The Berkeley Remix is a podcast from the Oral History Center of the Bancroft Library at the University of California, Berkeley. Founded in 1954, the Center records and preserves the history of California, the nation, and our interconnected world.Lately, things have been challenging and uncertain. We’re enduring an order to shelter-in-place, trying …
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This episode explores the role of the EBRPD Fire Department in fighting the historic 1991 Oakland Hills Fire. It explores how the fire got so bad, and the early work that district employees did to prevent large wildfires. It features interviews with district employees who managed the land and, later, who fought on the frontlines of the fire, includ…
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The park district employs hundreds of people, many of whom are women. This episode digs into the history of gender equality at the East Bay Regional Park District. It follows the stories of two women who worked in the Tilden Corp yard, which houses heavy machinery, and how they challenged traditional gender roles in the workplace. They each have th…
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The first episode of the season dives into public use of the park. Since the district was formed in 1934, it has acquired 125,000 acres that span 73 parks. The episode begins with the role that one special volunteer-turned-employee played in convincing ranchers and landowners to sell their property to be preserved by the park district. Without the …
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This season of the Berkeley Remix we’re bringing to life stories about our home — UC Berkeley — from our collection of thousands of oral histories. Please join us for our fourth season, Let There Be Light: 150 Years at UC Berkeley, inspired by the University’s motto, Fiat Lux. Our three episodes this season explore issues of identity — where we’ve …
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This season of the Berkeley Remix we’re bringing to life stories about our home — UC Berkeley — from our collection of thousands of oral histories. Please join us for our fourth season, Let There Be Light: 150 Years at UC Berkeley, inspired by the University’s motto, Fiat Lux. Our three episodes this season explore issues of identity — where we’ve …
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This season of the Berkeley Remix we’re bringing to life stories about our home — UC Berkeley — from our collection of thousands of oral histories. Please join us for our fourth season, Let There Be Light: 150 Years at UC Berkeley, inspired by the University’s motto, Fiat Lux. Our three episodes this season explore issues of identity — where we’ve …
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Tells about the fight against turning this open parcel of coastal land into a tourist and business hub.Bolstered by the creation of the Coastal Commission, the citizens of Santa Cruz organized and challenged the city council’s support of the project, ultimately saving Lighthouse Point. The successful campaign not only came to stand as a testament t…
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This interview with UC Berkeley Oral History Center historian Sally Smith Hughes introduces her interviews with the physicians, public health officials, researchers, and nurses who faced the AIDS epidemic in San Francisco in the early 1980s. Paul and Sally also discuss the podcast "First Response: AIDS and Community in San Francisco," which is base…
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Our final episode looks at how the collaboration between community members and health officials ultimately came to redefine care for AIDS. We hear medical staff and community members describe the multi-pronged approach developed at San Francisco General Hospital’s Ward 5b, which combined care, research, social work, and community involvement. Toget…
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This episode charts the uphill battle medical researchers faced in securing the needed resources and funding to combat the AIDS epidemic. The discovery of the epidemic coincided with the rise of fiscal and social conservatism in national politics with the election of Ronald Reagan. Public health budgets were slashed and there was little sympathy or…
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This episode explores a crisis that threatened to derail the developing collaboration between public health officials and the gay community. By the late 1970s, researchers had identified the city’s bathhouses as sites for the spread of disease, especially among gay men. Facing ineffective educational initiatives and a new, fast-growing epidemic, Sa…
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Episode 3 –The Gay-Positive Health Community Before AIDSThis episode takes a step back and examines the efforts of public health officials in San Francisco to establish a relationship of trust with the gay community. For years, homophobia had pushed this ostracized community, gay men in particular, to seek underground health services at establishme…
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This episode takes a look at the medical community’s first encounter with AIDS in San Francisco. As reports began to circulate of a mysterious disease affecting gay men, fear spread even faster than the virus itself. Here medical researchers and healthcare professionals discuss how the health community grappled with this fear of the unknown: from m…
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This is the first of six episodes of First Response: AIDS and Community in San Francisco, the third season of the UC Berkeley Oral History Center's podcast series The Berkeley Remix (previously known as Tales from the Campanile). In this episode, we provide some social and political context for the city before the arrival of HIV/AIDS in San Francis…
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Join us here in January 2018 for season 3 of our podcast series! "First Response: AIDS and Community in San Francisco" draws from the thirty-five interviews conducted by Sally Smith Hughes with the health researchers and practitioners who faced the AIDS epidemic in San Francisco during the early years of the crisis.…
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In the second episode of Tales from the Campanile Season 2, OHC Director Martin Meeker talks to OHC interviewer Shanna Farrell about her forthcoming book, "Bay Area Cocktails: A History of Culture, Community and Craft," out September 2017. They talk about the basis for the project, the relationship between food, agriculture and cocktails, and why t…
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In our first episode of our second season, Martin Meeker discusses the Oral History Center's Freedom to Marry project. Shanna Farrell interviews him about the origin of the project, his cohort of narrators, the power of language, and the impact of the movement. We hear a clip from one of his interviews with Thalia Zepatos.…
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Introducing our second season of Tales from the Campanile, a production of the Oral History Center at the University of California, Berkeley. In this special two episode season, we'll be taking a look at some exciting new oral history projects. In the first episode, Shanna Farrell will interview Martin Meeker about his newly released Freedom to Mar…
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In this historic year for women in politics, our new podcast series, From the Outside In, seeks to showcase important interviews in the Bancroft Library collection with women who, against tremendous odds, broke through glass ceilings and forged their own paths in the political arena. The six episodes of this podcast chart the political advancement …
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This episode explores how LaRue McCormick and Helen Gahagan Douglas used electoral politics to advocate for change during the 1930s and 1940s. Like many women, their work focused especially on helping the poor and communities of color.על ידי The Berkeley Remix
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This episode looks at women’s political activities at the community level. For civil rights activist Francis Albrier, community organizing proved extremely important in breaking down racial barriers and advancing civil rights reforms.על ידי The Berkeley Remix
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This episode covers the political ascendance of women of color in sixties-era California. Featuring March Fong Eu, this episode shows how women broke through the dual barriers of race and gender to take their place in state and national politics.על ידי The Berkeley Remix
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This episode explores the rise of women advisors in the structure of party politics. As seen through the experiences of Elizabeth Gatov and Patricia Hitt, women increasingly commanded equal footing in campaigns and policy discussions throughout the long sixties era, and eventually earned a seat at a political table traditionally dominated by men.…
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This final episode reflects on the progress women have made in the political arena and the many struggles that still lie ahead. Featuring interviews with Senator Barbara Boxer and San Francisco Supervisor Jane Kim, the finale looks at the role of women in politics toward the end of the twentieth century and explores the possibilities in the twenty-…
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