On February 27, 2015, the UC Berkeley History-Social Science Project, as part of its unit, Teaching the Free Speech Movement, hosted a group of FSM participants and arrestees for interviews by seniors in the Ethnic Studies class at CAL Prep High School in Berkeley. This project was funded through a grant from the UC Berkeley Chancellor’s Community Partnership Fund. The Interviews now on YouTube.
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4/12/2014: Congrats to Hack FSM winning site Daily Cal story
L to R: Gar Smith, FSM-A, winners Kevin Casey, Craig Hiller, and Alice Jia Qi. Liu, Cassie Xiong
and Mary Elings, Bancroft Library Head of Digital Collections. Photo by Camille Villa.
On March 19, 2013, 20 students from Massachusetts' Gann Academy and some of their teachers, led by American History teacher Matt Conti, came to California and to Berkeley to further their understanding of social justice movements, particularly the Free Speech Movement and AIDS activism. Bruce Africa, Ann Fagan Ginger, Ernie Haberkern, Anita Medal, Dana MacDermott, Irene Siegel, Gar Smith, Barbara Stack, and Margie Wilkinson joined them for a walk around campus and down Telegraph Avenue.
Rapt students as well as FSMers Anita Medal and Dana MacDermott occupy Sproul Hall to listen to Ann Fagan Ginger speak about freedom of speech, freedom of assembly, and the UN Declaration of Human Rights. Gar Smith photo.
Anita and Ann were absent from this photo because they had highjacked another campus tour group with their true tales of the FSM. FSMers L to R: Irene Siegel, Dana MacDermott, Ernie Haberkern, Margie Wilkinson. Gar Smith photo.