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California Since the Sixties: Revolutions and Counterrevolutions: After Alcatraz: American Indian Uprisings, 2/4/99 [View it!]
VHS #: 
5974
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American Indian population in the Bay Area / Susan Lobo (11 min.) -- Participation in the "outcast" of Alcatraz / Millie Ketchano, Edward Castillo (30 min.) -- The occupation of Alcatraz Island / Troy Johnson (24 min.) -- The filming of the documentary: The Indian occupation of Alcatraz / John Plutte (26 min.) -- Closing commentary by panel (8 min.) -- Reception honoring Alice Waters, Chez Panisse, 2/4/99 at the Bancroft Library (9 min.). A panel of American Indians comments on their personal experiences in the occupation of Alcatraz Island, the "relocation program" and urban Indians, the preservation of American Indian history through film and other means and the current situation of American Indians in California. (California Studies Conference. [11th: 1999: University of California, Berkeley]).
 
 
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California Since the Sixties: Revolutions and Counterrevolutions: Angela Davis, Keynote Address, 2/4/99 [View it!]
VHS #: 
5975
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Angela Davis comments on the social forces that cause so many Afro-Americans to spend time in prison and on the "anti-prison movement" which works for the reform of California prisons by bringing together political activists on the outside with prison inmates. UC Regents. 89 min. Video/C 5975 (California Studies Conference. [11th: 1999: University of California, Berkeley]).
 
 
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California Since the Sixties: Revolutions and Counterrevolutions: Popular Organizing and People's Movements, 2/4/99 [View it!]
VHS #: 
5973
Notes: 
Breaking with union centrism: some thoughts for revitalizing the U.S. labor movement / Peter Olney (23 min.) -- Regional racial formations in political culture / Laura Pulido (25 min.) -- Trends in youth organizing / Julie Brown (10 min.). A panel of political and labor organizers comments on the history and current directions in American labor and political movements with particular reference to minorities and youth. Concludes with questions from the audience. Presented at a conference held on February 4-6, 1999 at the University of California, Berkeley. (California Studies Conference. [11th: 1999: University of California, Berkeley]).
 
 
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