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Includes recordings related to social movements in California, specifically in the Bay Area and at the UC Berkeley. Recordings focus on student, women's, Third World, anti-war, and other social movements and activism. Note on original container: Meeting at Peoples' Park and its breaking up by police tear gas. Reports from Berkeley: Police in Telegraph Ave and campus areas-arrests, tear gas, etc. Stanford: police on campus. UC Santa Cruz
Original 1/4 inch audio tape
1 Tape of 1
BANC MSS 2005/290 Carton 177 Reel 5 cueth_000141
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