Gator Activism: Social Movements & SF State's Associated Students

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Explore the highlights of the Associated Students at San Francisco State with this exhibit that celebrates its seventy-fifth anniversary. Our Associated Students have built relationships on campus and in the community during striking moments of struggle and cultural transformation. Social movements centered on free speech, civil rights, empowered education, HIV/AIDS awareness, and anti-war demonstrations shaped the conversations and work of the Associated Students. See how student activists influenced the priorities and motives with student governance pushing for change within the university and throughout the broader society.

A University Archives Exhibit.
 
Fourth Floor, East Wall of Willie L. Brown, Jr. Hall, exhibit runs through May 31, 2020.

Spotlight News Thursday, November 21, 2019