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Sproul Hall Sit-in, September 30/October 1, 1964
Sit-in inside Sproul Hall 0:32:50 reel 1 of 10 30,788 KB (128 bps as provided by Pacifica)
Sit-in inside Sproul Hall 0:32:50 reel 1 of 10 15,394 KB (mono, constant bitrate, 64 bps, 44.1 kHz)
The first FSM occupation at University of California, Berkeley's Sproul Hall. The recording features students singing protest songs and chants. It includes discussion among Dean of Men Arleigh Williams, Mario Savio, Brian Turner, Nate Coleman, Michael Rossman, Jim Pricket, and others, about the student occupation and their demands. Professor Nathan Glazer (Sociology) discusses faculty actions and opinions related to the demonstration and FSM demands. Songs and chants of demonstrators. Demonstrator vote on course of sit-in. The student agree to leave Sproul Hall so that the sociology faculty can negotiate with the school administration.
The car top rally