Fifty Years of Free Speech: Perspectives on the Movement that Revolutionized Berkeley

When: Thu., April 23, 7-8 p.m. 2015

Fifty Years of Free Speech is a retrospective look at the UC Berkeley campus during the seminal protest movement of 1964. It includes firsthand accounts and images from The Daily Californian’s archives to document the development of the movement. Author Meg Elison and editor Chloe Hunt tell the story of the book's compilation and impact after publication.

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