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Audio from the No Interruptus, The Course Goes On Rally held in support of Eldridge Cleaver and his course, Social Analysis 139x sponsored by the Center for Participation Education (CPE) on October 1, 1968. The audio of the rally is followed by a KPFA news report on the Academic Senate meeting at UC Berkeley tackling the issue of Cleaver and the continuation of his course. H.K. Yuen also records audio from a Bread and Puppet Theatre event held October 2, 1968 on Sproul Plaza. [Side B] Noon Rally on Sproul Plaza concerned with the Eldrige Cleaver case and Social Analysis 139x. Cleaver gives a speech at the rally.
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