Freedom Archives / AK Press
2003, 60 min., CD
This incredible new CD features interviews with Isabel Allende, Ariel Dorfman, Isabel Letelier, and people in global pursuit of the Pinochet/Kissinger cases, as well as the archived voices of Salvador Allende, his supports, and witnesses of the 1973 coup. The story documents the events from the rise of the Allende-led Popular Unity government, the bloody coup, the disappeared, and the emerging democratic process. This exciting six-part CD weaves, over 60 minutes, interviews, music, archival recordings, poetry, and analysis to create a gripping tapestry of events.
Based in San Francisco, the Freedom Archives contain over 5000 hours of audio tape recordings, documenting as they happened, the most turbulent events and important movements from the early 60s to today.