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Documenting the counterrevolution: photography in the 60's and 70's, 2/5/99
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UC Berkeley, Moffitt Library, Media Resources Center
California Revealed from Media Resources Center, University of California, Berkeley
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Office of Media Services, University of California
A panel of three photographers from the 60's comments on their experiences. Joe Samburg's photographs focus on Telegraph Avenue in Berkeley. Helen Nestor photographed the Free Speech Movement, the beginning of busing of school children in the South and the origins of the women's movement. Nacio Brown comments on his life as a photographer for the underground press in Berkeley in the 60s.
moving image
1/2 inch videotape
1 Tape of 1
VIDEO/C 5976
Free Speech Movement (Berkeley, Calif.)--Pictorial works
Underground press publications--California--Berkeley
Berkeley (Calif.)--Pictorial works
Telegraph Avenue (Berkeley, Calif.)--Pictorial works
Free Speech Movement (Berkeley, Calif.)
Berkeley (Calif.)
Media Resources Center, University of California, Berkeley
California Revealed is supported by the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act, administered in California by the State Librarian.

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