Activism, Uprising, Protest in the San Francisco Bay Area 1965-1971

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Aliyah Dunn-Salahuddin, African-American Studies Department Chair at City College of San Francisco, presents "Activism, Uprising, Protest in the San Francisco Bay Area (1965-1971)," a lecture, presentation, and discussion that explores the origins and traditions of Black activism in the Bay Area.

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