History of Social Justice: The Free Speech Movement - A presentation and discussion by Hugo du Coudray
5 video clips I filmed at the presenation at the Centeral Library in Portland Oregon
clip 1 of 5 http://bambuser.com/v/2509384
clip 2 of 5 http://bambuser.com/v/2509398
clip 3 of 5 http://bambuser.com/v/2509407
clip 4 of 5 http://bambuser.com/v/2509408
clip 5 of 5 http://bambuser.com/v/2509418
http://tiny.cc/3vxwbw - (PIMC calendar announcemnet / tiny-link)
March 28th 2012 forum/speaker
Time 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Title History of Social Justice: The Free Speech Movement at Berkeley
Location Multnomah County Central Library 801 SW 10th Avenue
Topic / Issue Civil Rights
The spark that ignited the social and political activism of young people in the decade known as "the 60s" flashed on the campus of the University of California at Berkeley in 1964. The FSM grew out of the Civil Rights movement of the previous decade and from resistance to the excesses of the House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC). du Coudray will discuss the FSM and the many similarities between it and the Occupy movement today.
Hugo du Coudray is Professor Emeritus of Psychology in Portland State University and Adjunct Professor in the School of Medicine, Oregon Health and Sciences University. He participated in the anti-war movement of the 1960s in the California Bay Area and in Portland.
History of Social Justice Organizing is an ongoing series of presentations by activists and scholars on a wide variety of social justice organizing both in Portland and elsewhere.
A program of Occupy History and Our School.