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Social Service Employee Union Members on Organizing; Tom Hayden on Organizing; Panel Speak on Women's Liberation; 'Reason for Force'; 'The New American Revolution' Lecture by Tom Hayden; 'On Pragmatism and Peace'; 'Revolution of France'; Segments Related to GI Anti-War Movement; Jerry Rubin Interview; Discussion and Commentary on the Possibility of a White Revolution; 'Finding the God in Ourselves' (KPFA), 1968-1969
Yuen, Hoh-Kun
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UC Berkeley, Ethnic Studies Library
California Revealed from Ethnic Studies Library, University of California, Berkeley
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[Side A] Surplus Prophet: Brief announcemenet of Black Panther and Oakland Seven alliance; Two members of the Social Service Employees Union speak on the topic of organizaing and critique the need for an expansion of the student movement in San Francisco State University to include members of the community (12/27/1968). Tom Hayden discusses campus movements, organizing within the university, and organizing strategies. He quickly mentions the Eldrige Cleaver course at UC Berkeley (12/27/1968). Segment featuring men speaking about the Women's Liberation movement and women in movement organizing. Their talk highlights sexism and gender dynamics within movement organizing. Segment entited "Reason for Force" includes an excerpt of a discussion with student from Wisconsin speaking on the topic of the generational gap (12/29/1968). First lecure from Tom Hayden's lecture series "The New American Revolution" given in Pauley Ballroom at UC Berkeley (01/08/1969). On "Pragmatisim Peace and Resistance," Bruce Nelson is interviewed on his reaction to his trip to Moscow and Prague (01/10/1969). Theodore Edwards of the American Socialist Workers' Party speaks with Jean Dube, a leader of the Jeunnesse Communiste Revolutionaire on "Revolution of France" (11/1968). Documentary on the Oakland Induction Center (01/23/1969). Discussion on organinzing around G.I. matters (1/24/1969) [Side B] Associate director of the Vietnam GI anti-war newspaper, David Komatsu, speaks on KPFA (07/30/1968). Michael James gives a speech at a Chicago convetion on the topic of police brutality (10/17/1968). Jerry Rubin interview (10/20/1968). Surplus Prophet: Men attempt to conceptualize and debate over what a white revolution might look like in response to the demands of people of color at San Francisco State Univeristy (12/20/1968); Panel comments on the previous discussion on a white revolution and white studies department (12/20/1968); "Finding the God in Ourselves" (10/1968); "Many Different Things" (12/1968). Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
2-track mono
1/4 inch audio tape
BANC MSS 2005/290c Carton 208 Reel 11
cueth_000264_a, cueth_000264_b
Ethnic Studies Library, University of California, Berkeley
California Revealed is supported by the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act, administered in California by the State Librarian.

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