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(10/15/69) Moratorium Day, noon at Sproul Plaza. March has been cancelled and People‚Äôs park rally moved to Pauley Ballroom. Moratorium Day was a teach-in and mass demonstration to protest the Vietnam War. Speaker: "Towards an Asian Perspective of Vietnam." NET evening assessment of Moratorium Day around the state. Thursday, October 16, 1969. Sproul noon rally to support Wayne Green. INtroduction, Vincent Halliman: American justice and police state. Wayne Green: on educating the public. Jack Blum: on the new style of crackdown. Pete Camejo: ‚yesterday‚Äôs 100000+ in Boston Commons.‚ Paul Glassman: On other political trials in East Bay ‚Üí Martin Meyer and Stew Albert in Santa Rita; on the conspiracy of law; and on political trials around the country (e.g. LA Chicanos.) Dan Siegel. Reese Erlich: Lessons from the Oakland 7 trial. Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
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