The American Archive of Public Broadcasting is a joint project of the Library of Congress and WGBH in Boston. It has tens of thousands of hours of programming from local public radio and TV stations across the country.

It has a few organized sections, including one on the Civil Rights Movement (which includes interviews with major Civil Rights leaders) and also a very friendly search function. I was excited to see it contained several interviews and lectures by Saul Alinsky that I’m looking forward to exploring (see The Best Sites To Learn About Saul Alinsky).

It also contains a number of interviews with Cesar Chavez.

The sound quality of the shows I’ve listened to are excellent, too.

It’s definitely worth a visit….

Thanks to Slate for the tip.