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Free of Speech Movement. (2000)

A brief chronology using newsreel films of the Free Speech Movement at the University of California, Berkeley in the 1960s. Featuring Jackie Goldberg, Mario Savio, Edward Strong, Art Goldberg, Brian Turner, Clark Kerr, Ronald Reagan, Jack Weinberg. 5 min.

Free Speech Movement News Footage and Outtakes. Part 1

Television news films and clips of the 1964 Free Speech Movement at the University of California, Berkeley. Includes various scenes in Sproul Plaza, Free Speech Movement tables and rallies; the special convocation at the Greek Theater on Dec. 7; Clark Kerr, Robert Scalapini, Marion Savio speaking, the Sproul Hall sit-in of Dec. 2-4 and arrests and arraignment of students; news footage of Clark Kerr speaking on the Free Speech Movement, university policy, and community reaction. Concludes with various interviews with Mario Savio and Joan Baez singing to the crowds.

Free Speech Movement News Footage and Outtakes. Part 2

Television news films and clips of the 1964 Free Speech Movement at the University of California, Berkeley. Includes interviews with Mario Savio after his release from Santa Rita prison, Dec. 3, 1964; scenes of general student strike, Dec. 1964; Mario Savio and Clark Kerr at the Greek Theater convocation, Dec. 7, 1964. Filmed in November and December, 1964. 22 min.

Free Speech Movement News Footage and Outtakes. Part 3

Television news films and clips of the 1964 Free Speech Movement at the University of California, Berkeley. Includes miscellaneous shots of demonstrations, the Sproul Hall sit-in, Dec. 2-4, 1964; Joan Baez singing on the steps of Sproul Hall and interviewed inside Sproul Hall; brief interview with Prof. Richard Dudley regarding faculty support of the Free Speech Movement; scenes of student arrests, booking, and removal from Sproul Hall, Dec. 3-4; a brief interview with strike participant, Mike Smith and other participants. ABC News. Filmed in November and December, 1964. 24 min.

Free Speech Movement News Footage and Outtakes. Part 4

Television news films and clips of the 1964 Free Speech Movement at the University of California, Berkeley. Includes scenes of student arrests, removal and booking in Sproul Hall sit-in, Dec. 2-4; UCB Lieutenant of Police, Merrill Chandler announcing illegal assembly in Sproul Hall; brief interviews with anti-Free Speech Movement students; interviews with Art Goldberg and Mike Smith concerning student arrests and detention in Santa Rita Prison; an interview with Mario Savio after his release from prison; Assemblyman William Stanton addressing students and a brief interview with Prof.

Free Speech or Anarchy?

A television documentary examining the events at the University of California, Berkeley in 1964 surrounding the Free Speech Movement and its aims and goals. Includes FSM demonstrations, Jackie Goldberg and Mario Savio addressing the demonstrators; Clark Kerr explaining the official position of the university; the arrest of Jack Weinberg followed by Sproul Hall sit-ins; an address by governor Edmund G.

FSM Demonstrations, 12/10/64.

News coverage of the Free Speech Movement demonstrations and sit-ins at the University of California, Berkeley in 1964. Featuring: Mario Savio, Clark Kerr, Edmund G. Brown, Joan Baez, Edward Strong. Originally shown on the KQED Television Program, Profile Bay Area on December 10, 1964. 17 min. [preservation copy]

Mario.

Newsreel clips of Mario Savio addressing student demonstrators during the Free Speech Movement at the University of California in 1964, followed by brief interviews with Mario in 1994 and 1995. Shown in connection with the opening of the Free Speech Movement Cafe, Moffitt Library, University of California, Berkeley on February 3, 2000. 7 min.

Student Activism in the 1960's. Part 2

Sound and silent television news film clips of college student activism in the 1960's. Includes student anti-discrimination demonstrations, sit-in and arrests at a Cadillac dealership in San Francisco, Free Speech Movement rallies in Sproul Plaza at the University of California, Berkeley with interview with Nina Spitzer, FSM organizer; FSM rally on November 10, 1964 in response to the Regents vote on disciplinary actions for FSM participants; Joan Baez singing and discussing her attendance at the rally and an interview with Mario Savio commenting on the Regents vote. KRON-TV, 1964.

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