Free Speech Movement Cafe
Opening Event #1 - Feb 3, 2000
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Lowell, UC Moffitt Library, spoke first. The electronic moving
"ticker tape" can be seen at the top of the photo mural. Someone
jokingly asked if the Dow Jones averages would appear there later.
UC Chancellor Robert Berdahl speaking
about the significance of the FSM.
Just as Bettina Aptheker was to speak
there was a "Mario Moment" (as the speaker,
Ronnie Davis, founder of the SF Mime Troupe, termed his
for a plea for organic foods to be served on campus
the Cafe. Bettina looks on appreciatively.
Bettina Aptheker gave a moving talk of
her memories of FSM, Mario and the continuing echoes of FSM. Bettina is
now a professor of Women's Studies at UC Santa Cruz.
Steve Silberstein (left) shakes hands
with Chancellor Berdahl
as Steve is thanked for making the FSM Cafe happen.
Patrick Campbell, ASUC President spoke
about free speech on campus and the current status of student activism and
Lynne Hollander Savio reminded how much
Mario loved talking with friends in cafes.
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