Documentary: 1968 San Francisco Student Strike
by Jonathan Craig
The 1968 student-led strike in San Francisco was the longest campus strike in United States history. The five-month event defined the University’s core values of equity and social justice, laid the groundwork for establishment of the College of Ethnic Studies, and inspired the establishment of ethnic studies classes and programs at other universities throughout the country.
An Interview with Professor Francis Boyle
Just two weeks ago, President Obama stood up before the American people and told Congress that he has all the power he needs to violate the Constitution and actively undermine another sovereign government. Sparked by the reaction to multiple ISIS beheading videos, the American public and both branches of Congress supported Obama in his move to arm and train Syrian rebels in their fight against the Islamic State and their ongoing civil war against President Bashar al-Assad.
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