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KPFA: Convocation at Berkeley High School, speakers: begins with a female student reading a statement, Frederick Crews (English professor at UC Berkeley), Paul Jacobs (works for the KQED newsroom), Madeline Duckles (member of the committee of responsibility), Floyd Huen (Berkeley High graduate and part of the Asian Studies Department at UC Berkeley), Jim Nabers, Arvill Smith (of UC Berkeley Electrical Engineering department) and Michael Rossman (of the Free Speech Movement). Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
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