EVENT: VOICES FROM THE CROWD: SF State Student Strikers share stories

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SF State student activists from the past bring their dynamic memoirs of the SF State Strike to the present for illumination and reflection.
Peter Shapiro: co-author with William Barlow The End of Silence (1971)
Judy Juanita: author of the novel Virgin Soul (2013)
Margaret Leahy: excerpt from You Say You Want A Revolution (2019)
Laureen Chew: Ethnic studies professor recalls her jail time from the mass bust arrest
Ernie Brill (the “sound truck” incident) shares “Towards Revolutionary Art"
Steve Zelter (Labor Film Fest) recalls the strike
Joel Eis: shares forthcoming memoir about organizing guerilla theatre

Hear the stories from the above writer/activists from the longest student–led strike in American history that birthed of the nation’s first College of Ethnic Studies.

Wednesday March 13, 2019, 5-8 pm
Leonard Library, Special Collections Reading Room 460

No food or drink in Special Collections reading room.

A University Archives event

Spotlight Event Monday, March 04, 2019