Noon Rally on Sproul Plaza in Support of Social Analysis 139x; KPFA News Coverage on UC Berkeley Sit-Ins; Student Rally at UC Berkeley; Noon Rally Sponsored by the Student Committee for an Alternative November; Open Hour: Interview with Coordinator for the National Defense Fund of the Milwaukee Fourteen, 1968
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[Side A] Noon Rally held on October 23, 1968 at Sproul Plaza in response to the controversy of Eldridge Cleaver's course Social Analysis 139x. Some of the speakers at the rally include Bobby Seale, Paul Glusman, Professor Richard Lichtman, and Jack Blum. News report covers UC Berkeley student sit-ins and protests in various campus buildings including the Chancellor's office. The news report is followed by audio from what sounds to be a TWLF rally. [Side B] Audio from a rally sponsored y the Student Committee for an Alternative November and Campus Resistance held on October 21, 1968. An Open Hour interview done by Chris Koch featuring John Cummins, one of the national coordinators for the National Defense Fund of the Milwuakee Fourteen. Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
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