Emergency Announcements Regarding People's Park; Noon Rally at UC Berkeley Sponsored by the Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) (Original Recording); Interviw with Michael Klonsky of the Students for a Democratic Society; Excerpts from Profile Bay Area (KPFA), 1969
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[Side A] Speakers at a UC Berkeley Noon Rally held on May 7, 1969 call for support to keep People's Park alive and claim a state of emergency after hearing rumors that the park is to be bulldozed on May 8th. A short KCBS segment covers events in SF State University and gives an excerpt of an interivew with SI Hayawaka. A Noon Rally on the UC Berkeley campus sponsored by the Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) consists of a skit and speeches by Professor Ron Yank and Dave Wolfensen (5/8/1969). H.K. Yuen describes a Vanguard Record Sale by Sather Gate in support of the Berkeley 3 Defense (5/9/1969). [Side B] A news segment called "Face the Nation" provides an interview with Michael Klonsky, national secretary of SDS (5/11/1969). A news broadcast provides excerpts from Profile Bay Area including a segment entitled "Showdown at Tamalpais Creek" (5/8/1969). Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
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