Join us as we celebrate the historic
Pacifica Radio Archives!

Voices that
Change the World

Tuesday 11/10/2020
"I had decided that I had to know once and for all what rights I had as a human being and a Citizen even in Montgomery Alabama."

Rosa Parks
February 1956 from the Pacifica Radio Archives collection
The Pacifica Radio Archives is considered by historians and scholars to be one of the most important audio collections in the world. The Pacifica Radio Archives chronicles the political cultural and artistic movements in the United States since 1949.
Join us this Tuesday, November 10th, for the Pacifica Radio Archives National Broadcast and Fundraising Gala. This broadcast will be heard across the nation on all five Pacifica Stations. It will help to raise funds so that the Pacifica Radio Archives can continue providing materials to schools, universities, students, and listeners worldwide.
The Pacifica Radio Archives is pleased to be offering their most ambitious gift to date!
For a donation of $250 you receive:
The original collection of historic Collection of Pacifica Recordings since 1949. 

Wrap your ears around the largest and most comprehensive collection of historic audio ever on a single USB memory drive (64 GB).

Over 1300 hours of meticulously curated audio, with some of the greatest voices of our time: James Baldwin, Alan Watts, Rosa Parks, Bob Dylan, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Maya Angelou, W.E.B. Du Bois, Fannie Lou Hamer, John Coltrane, Leonard Cohen, George Orwell’s "1984" full audiobook, Ralph Ellison's, "Invisible Man” full audio book, Allen Ginsberg, Amy Goodman & Democracy Now, Malcolm X, Paul Robeson, George Carlin, Alice Walker, Lily Tomlin and more.

Listening to this historic audio, you will find yourself inspired, challenged, entertained, and educated – the true fulfillment of Pacifica Radio’s Mission Statement!
This is the perfect gift for the Holidays:
The Gift of Knowledge.

During these Online Learning Times, there is no greater collection of reference materials than the Pacifica Radio Archives’ recordings. These recordings are perfect for home schooling and online learning environments.
The Pacifica Foundation’s mission is to provide a voice for the community since 1949. The goal is to provide space for the creative, political and cultural needs of the community. A creative and informed world is a better place for all.