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Flyer discussing the hiring of S.I. Hayakawa as President of San Francisco State College by the Trustees, and the introdcution of police on campus to break the student strikes of the Black Student Union and the Third World Liberation Front.
Dudley Swim -- who are you? An economic description and political analysis of the Trustees and Regents
A flyer created by the SDS Research Committee containing analysis of the California State College Trustees and Regents after the suspension of George Mason Murray, a graduate student in English and Black Panther Minister of Education, hired as a teaching assistant. Document identifies individual regents responsible for the suspension, including Catherine Hearst, Earl Jorgenson, Dudley Swim, George Hart, William Roth, Samuel Mosher, and James Thacher. Flyer ends with a call to support the strike of black students.
Printed matter discussing current conditions in Chinatown as well as past history of Chinatown. Also describes racial discrimination against Chinese-Americans. Back side of sheet contains an official statement by the Intercollegiate Chinese for Social Action, a member of the Third World Liberation Front.
Printed matter encouraging San Francisco State College students to support the strikes of the Third World and black students on campus until their demands are met, with the admonition not to scab on them. Includes a schedule of strike actions on the reverse.
John Levin (right under �No Cops�)
John Levin speaking
Man holding arm bands and sign that reads, ""17,000 students support our police,"" San Francisco State College strike, 1968-1969
Blue arm bands