Members of the Rainbow People's Party discuss the importance of defining the Party's goals and objectives with an eye toward raising consciousness nationally as well as making both practical and political changes locally. (1:04:40 min.)
Members of the White Panther Central Committee discuss the influence of the Black Panther Party, including Connie Matthews and the Chicago Seven trial; national and international efforts to unite the White Left; the rock-n-roll revolution since 1957; and Palestinian organizations arising from the Arab-Israeli conflict. April 1970. (44:03 min.)
John Sinclair, Pun Plamondon, and members of the White Panther Central Committee discuss the effectiveness of various strategies of communicating and advancing revolutionary objectives. June 1969. (42.26 min.)
"Ann Arbor Report" concerning murders, Spring, 1969. Free City Council meetings, police harassment, and South University riot. Pun Plamondon, July 1969. (14:11 min.)
Pun Plamondon reports from the Hill Street commune on police harassment and intimidation following the riot on South University, July 1969. He also touches on citizen and police attitudes in the wake of six women recently murdered (later revealed to be the John Norman Collins murders).
On July 18, 1969, Ann Arbor Mayor Robert Harris delivers an open letter to the University community concerning the violence of the previous night on South University Avenue. His brief statement is followed by a question and answer period. (15:56)
This brief recording was secured by Peter Andrews following his and Leni Sinclair's visit to John and Yoko's apartment in New York City in early December 1971. Peter Andrews asked John and Yoko to make the recording because he was concerned nobody back in Ann Arbor would believe him when he told them they were planning to perform. (1:12)
Telephone conversation between John & Leni Sinclair and John Lennon & Yoko Ono, December 15, 1971. John Sinclair was released from Jackson State Penitentiary December 13, 1971, three days after John Lennon and Yoko Ono played at the Free John Now Rally at Crisler Arena in Ann Arbor. (5:59)