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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. Filmed in November and December, 1964. ABC News. Filmed in November and December, 1964. 34 min.