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On May 30, 1969 there was a massive, peaceful march through Berkeley in which people from all over California and from other states as well participated to show their support for the user-developed People's Park. This program examines the last two weeks of May 1969 and asks """"Why did it happen?""""and """"Where are we one year later?"""". This episode, the last of eight in the series, features much of the same archival audio footage that comprises the previous seven episodes of this series. Produced from tapes of Pacifica's recording of the events and retrospective commentaries by Carol Amyx and Claude Marks. This program was aired a year after the incident, as part of a series of programs on Pacifica Radio's KPFA-FM examining what happened that day.
Student movements--California--Berkeley Protests, demonstrations, vigils, etc.--California--Berkeley Amyx, Carol Marks, Claude York, Richard DeBonis, John Siegel, Dan
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