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Documentary film of a five month long strike in the Fall of 1968 at San Francisco State College in which the Third World Liberation Front mobilized students to call for "the power to change the racist nature of education" and to demand the establishment of a Black Studies Department at the college.
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African Americans--Study and teaching (Higher)--History--20th century College students--California--San Francisco--Political activity College teachers--California--San Francisco--Political activity San Francisco State College--History San Francisco State College--Students--History Student movements--California--San Francisco--History San Francisco State College
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