1964: A Free Speech Movement begins on the University of California, Berkeley, campus under the leadership of Bettina Aptheker, Mario Savio, ...
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University of California students and sympathizers of the Free Speech Movement are sealed off behind police in front of Sproul Hall in Berkeley on Dec.
Marchers carrying Free Speech sign at UC Berkeley in 1964. Image courtesy of UC Berkeley, Bancroft Library. Photographer: Steven Marcus.
In reaction to the December 3, 1964, Sproul Hall arrests, students and teachers on the UC campus went on strike through the ninth of December.
A Berkley student addresses protesters standing atop the crushed roof of a campus police car during the third day of Free Speech Movement demonstrations in ...
In so doing, they manifested the power and persistence of historical memory, and how that memory is, at best, a graduated blend of reality and myth.
Protesters shout before conservative commentator Ben Shapiro begins his speech at the campus of the University of California at Berkeley in September.
The Free Speech Movement of 1964. by Rhae Lynn Barnes. View of students seated in Sproul Plaza. November 1964. UC Berkeley, University Archives.
Faces of Protest: Student pickets support the student-faculty strike protesting demonstrators' arrests on Dec. 7. Kechely, Don. Dec. 7, 1964. UC Berkeley ...
A man looks on as opposing factions gather over the cancelation of conservative commentator Ann Coulter's
View of students in Sproul Plaza surrounding police car, October 1, 1964. Mario Savio speaking from roof of car
Protestors watch a bonefire on Sproul Plaza during a rally against the scheduled speaking appearance by
... thousands of students marched at Sproul Hall in the University of California, Berkeley as a protest against the restrictions on political speech and ...
... 2014 Mario Savio (center) at a rally, December 7, 1964 (Steven Marcus photograph, The Bancroft Library)
Aftermath of protests against Milo Yiannopoulos at Berkeley in February. (Reuters photo: Stephen Lam) ...
... and social debate since the colonial era. By the 1960s, rising civil unrest bouyed the Free Speech Movement at the University of California, Berkeley.
On December 3, 1964, eight hundred participants in the Free Speech Movement were arrested in Sproul Hall on the University of California, Berkeley campus.
A Free Speech Battle at the Birthplace of a Movement at BerkeleyA Free Speech Battle at the Birthplace of a Movement at Berkeley
At the U. of California at Berkeley this year, students and others protested an appearance by the conservative provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos.
A war of words begins at the start of Free Speech Week outside Sather Gate at the U.C Berkeley campus on Sunday, Sept. 25, 2017, in Berkeley, Calif.
NYU professor Robert Cohen speaks at Berkeley about Free Speech Movement history. (UC Berkeley photo by Hulda Nelson)
Conservative activist Kyle Chapman is surrounded by police and demonstrators after a planned speech by Ben
Sproul Hall with FSM signs hanging over the balconies. A student holds the American flag on the south balcony
Trump supporters and protesters clash during competing demonstrations at Martin Luther King Jr. Civic Center Park in Berkeley, Calif., on April 15.