Ben Williams' news report on the Berkeley riots / Press conference with California State Assemblyman John Stull on the firing of Herbert Marcuse
Benjamin Williams Papers
KPIX news reporter Ben Williams' report on the student riots in Berkeley in 1969. Footage includes B-roll of students gathering. Color bars [00:00], News reporters interviewing University of California chancellor Roger Heyns regarding social unrest [02:37], B-roll of protesters [05:20], Press conference with California State Assemblyman John Stull on the firing of University of California San Diego professor Herbert Marcuse [15:43]
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