Free Speech Movement Café
Saturday, March 10, 2018 10 a.m.-1 p.m.
Presented by the Class of ’68 and the Center on Civility and Democratic Engagement at the Goldman School of Public Policy
“CAN’T WE ALL JUST GET ALONG?”
Breaching ideological echo chambers and the role of civility. A unique opportunity for students and the Cal community to engage in small group discussions with members of the Class of ’68.
|10:00 a.m.||Breakfast — alumni and students gather|
|10:25 a.m.||Welcome and introductions|
|10:40 a.m.||CENTER ON CIVILITY AND DEMOCRATIC ENGAGEMENT
|11:30 a.m.||STUDENT AND ALUMNI ENGAGEMENT
|12:20 p.m.||CENTER SPONSORED STUDENTS IN ACTION
|12:50 p.m.||Class of ’68 5oth reunion and Class of ’18 involvement
This event is free, open to the public, and all are invited to participate. Sponsored by the University Library’s Free Speech Movement (FSM) Café
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Moffitt Library Lobby
September 24, 2014 – January 5, 2015
Highlights the rich variety of library materials available to researchers of the Free Speech Movement, including magazine interviews, legal documents, yearbooks, student publications, oral histories, leaflets, DVD clips, music, and many more.
Commemorating the Free Speech Movement 50th Anniversary
Bancroft Library, Bancroft Corridor between The Bancroft Library and Doe Library
September 22, 2014 – May 29, 2015
The exhibition revisits this pivotal student activist movement through photographs, letters, publications, handbills, and other materials housed in the University Archives and Bancroft manuscript collections.
Design Radicals: Creativity and Protest at Wurster Hall
Environmental Design Library, 210 Wurster Hall
October 16 – December 19, 2014
The shock waves of Berkeley’s Free Speech Movement of 1964 reverberated within Wurster Hall, transforming the College of Environmental Design into a Laboratory for experiments in countercultural art and politics. Design Radicals surveys student and faculty ventures in the graphic art of anti-war protest, hands-on research into commune building and the creation of ecologically sustainable structures, and efforts to recast architecture, landscape architecture and community planning as participatory enterprises. In telling the story of Wurster Hall’s Design Radicals, the rich holdings of the Environmental Design Archives and the privately held Docs Populi poster collection will provide inspiration for a new generation of design activists. The College of Environmental Design Library will display posters, images, and artifacts of Berkeley’s expanded field of countercultural design practice and pedagogy.