Evening Symposium - Panel on University 'Guidelines'; 'Imperialism and Genocide'; Noon Rally: 'Tactics and Strategy': Dan Siegel and Hal Reynolds; :Showdown: Wednesday Sproul; March Against Scab Lettuce (Original Recording), 1970
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(10/29/1970) ‚Imperialism and Genocide‚: Yuen‚Äôs personal recording of first meeting of Tribunal on War Crime and the University. (10/26/1970) Yuen‚Äôs recording of ‚Berkeley: 6 Years After. 4 Years Before? The University and the Community: Whose University is This?‚ Featured speakers: Professor Richard Abrams, Jeff Bostic, Rick Brown, Alan Fong, Margaret -- (substitute for Judy Shattuck), Fred Smith, and Professor Reginald Zelnik. Covers workers rights, domestic maids, child care, student employees, difficulties on working with whites and with the universities, the harm done by reconstitution to black students, the university and the world collapsing, the guidelines and crackdowns, ‚objectivity‚ myth, and the Woman Engineer. Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
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