Tim Sampson oral history
Community activist, champion of underdogs and labor rights; professor, Social Work, San Francisco State University; describes posts with Avalon-Carver Community Center, Los Angeles; Center for Community Development, Fresno; and National Welfare Rights Organization (NWRO), Washington, D.C.; Administrative Director, NWRO, 1967-1970; analyzes techniques of successful community organizing; recalls Cesar Chavez, Saul Alinsky, and George A. Wiley; hired at SFSU, 1970; President California Faculty Association at San Francisco State University and important local and state faculty union leader, 1980s and 1990s.
Political activists--California--San Francisco--Interviews
San Francisco State College--Faculty--Interviews
San Francisco State College--Faculty--Political activity
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