"Berkeley In the Sixties" by Mark Kitchell

Students United For Peace
"Berkeley in the Sixties"
by Mark Kitchell

Date: Wednesday September 12, 2007

Location: Evans Hall Room 60
On the Campus of the University of California Berkeley

Time: 7:00 Pm

Cost: Free. Donations are greatly appreciated.

Description: This film is a must see for all Berkeley Students and CommunityActivists.
Set on the UC Berkeley Campus, this film details the Free Speech Movement, the Civil Rights Movement, and Gender Rights Movement, and the
Anti-War Movement all taking place in Berkeley.

Rare footage includes Mario Savio's famous Sproul Plaza speech, Huey Newton and the Black Panthers, Amy Goodman, Allen Ginsburg,
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Ronald Reagan, and many others.
Music appearances include Jefferson Airplane, the Grateful Dead, and
Jimi Hendrix.

This film is a must see! For more information please contact

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