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[Kroeber, A.L.] Samuel Barrett Interviews A.L. Kroeber, 1960

Samuel Barrett, the first Ph.D in Anthropology at the University of California, Berkeley, interviews anthropologist A.L. Kroeber, the first faculty member in the UC Berkeley Department of Anthropology. 1:09 minutes.
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[Savio, Mario] ACLU Sonoma County Chapter Meeting, 2/24/95

Mario Savio presents the keynote address at a meeting of members of the Sonoma County Chapter of the ACLU about political trends in California (circa. 1995) concerning resistance to anti-immigrant legislation and the gutting of affirmative action programs. Recorded on February 24, 1995 at an ACLU of Sonoma County dinner in Sebastapol, California.
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[Savio, Mario] Graduation speech, Sidwell Friends School

A commencement address delivered by Mario Savio at his son Nadav's high school graduation from Sidwell Friends School in Washington, D.C. Presented on June 10, 1988. 33 min.
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[Savio, Mario] Reflections on the Free Speech Movement: Mario Savio.

Mario Savio addresses students in a History of Consciousness Class at the University of California, Santa Cruz. Speech followed by questions from the audience. Presented on November 15, 1995. 86 min. ;

[Walcott, Derek] Derek Walcott Poetry Reading

The Caribbean writer, Derek Walcott, reads selections from his own writings.This event took place on November 20, 1997 in the Maude Fife Room at the University of California, Berkeley. ; Storage Info: $B 703 507

[Work in Progress] Berkeley in the Sixties.

Newsreel clips of the Free Speech Movement and demonstrations, anti-draft demonstrations against the Vietnam War, and riots during the People's Park controversy at the University of California, Berkeley in the 1960s. Interviews with Mario Savio, Jack Weinberg, Jackie Goldberg, John Gage, Susan Griffin, Barbara Arnold (Jentri), Bobby Seale, Frank Bardacke. Contents: Free Speech Movement, Fall 1964 (7 min.) -- Stop the draft movement, October 1967 (7 min.) -- Peoples' Park, May 1969 (7 min.).

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