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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 Movement Reunion 1994: An Interview with Mario Savio and Michael Rossman

A candid dialogue between Mario Savio and Michael Rossman, American political activists and a key members in the Berkeley Free Speech Movement on the 30th anniversary of the event. Taped at the University of California, Berkeley during the Free Speech Movement 30th Anniversary Celebration & Reunion, December 1-4, 1994.

Free Speech Movement Reunion 1994: An Interview with Mario Savio and Michael Rossman

A candid dialogue between Mario Savio and Michael Rossman, American political activists and a key members in the Berkeley Free Speech Movement on the 30th anniversary of the event. Taped at the University of California, Berkeley during the Free Speech Movement 30th Anniversary Celebration & Reunion, December 1-4, 1994. (Edited, shorter version: )

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 (Free Speech Movement) Project: Interview with Pat Brown, 10/13/78.

Interview with Pat Brown, Governor of California from 1959-1967, concerning his view of events during the Free Speech Movement which occurred in 1964 at the University of California, Berkeley. 32 min.

FSM (Free Speech Movement) Project: Interview with Peter Dale Scott, 3/13/77.

Poet and political commentator, Peter Scott, is interviewed concerning his experiences during the Free Speech Movement which occurred in 1964 at the University of California, Berkeley. Scott, a professor at UCB during that time, gives his analysis of events and expounds upon the philosophy of the student activists. 29 min.

FSM (Free Speech Movement) Project: Interview with Bettina Aptheker, 5/4/78.

Author, historian and feminist, Bettina Aptheker, presents a historical overview of the Free Speech Movement which occurred in 1964 at the University of California, Berkeley. She lectures upon her experiences as one of the organizing and participating students of the movement and concludes by answering questions from the audience. 60 min.

FSM (Free Speech Movement) Project: Interview with Clark Kerr, 1978.

Interview with Clark Kerr, University of California, Berkeley chancellor from 1952 through 1967, concerning his view of events and decisions made by himself and other university administrators during the Free Speech Movement which occurred in 1964 at the University of California, Berkeley. 58 min.

FSM (Free Speech Movement) Project: Interview with Howard Jetter, 5/8/78.

Observations of the events during the Free Speech Movement which occurred in 1964 at the University of California, Berkeley, by a high school instructor studying while on sabbatical at the university during the time of the movement. 39 min.

FSM (Free Speech Movement) Project: Interview with John Searle and Persons on the Street, 1978.

John Searle, philosophy professor at the University of California, Berkeley is interviewed concerning his experiences during the Free Speech Movement which occurred in 1964 at the University of California, Berkeley. Searle analyses the objectives and outcomes of the movement and expounds upon the philosophy of the student activists. Film concludes with interviews of students on campus 15 years after these events occurred concerning the extent of their knowledge of the issues of the Free Speech Movement. 113 min.

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