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SDS meeting- Speaker from SF State Thursday November 21, 1968. Biafra Rally - beginning missed, starts after speaker talked about the Nigerian Independence and acclaimed by the Western community as the showcase of democracy. First Biafran speaker -- on causes from 1953. Second Biafran speaker: International aspects of the conflict -- what the U.S. can and should do. Professor Gostodt (Astronomy) impressions of Biafra before and after the war. Professor Mark Schorr (English) - public appeal for help. Dave Tuck (a student) - Organizer of airlifts in to Biafra. ‚Why men kill each other.‚ (11/22/68) ‚Campus Democracy‚ + Ed Winn. A ‚discussion‚ at Sather Gate - with SF State youth and an old man. Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
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