Tag Archives: Jack Weinberg

Chapter 4, The Free Speech Movement, My First Bust, Part I

Chapter Four THE FREE SPEECH MOVEMENT I first heard about the Free Speech Movement from my lunch-mates at Oakland City College. We had already been following the Mel’s Diner, “auto row” and “hotel” sit-ins in San Francisco that brought on the FSM, and we were excited that these events meant that now one need not […]

Jentri Anders Radio Interview on FSM 50th Reunion

50 years ago Below is a link to a KHSU (Humboldt State University) radio show Dec. 5, 2014 in which I am interviewed by host Eric Kirk on the 50th anniversary of the FSM sit-in and bust, UC Berkeley, Dec. 3, 1964. http://khsu.streamguys.net/10002.mp3 Some visuals:  Mario on the car. Mario makes a point.   Jack […]

Leaving Berkeley

The article below was published, as my interview indicates, just before my family and I sold most of our belongings, stored the rest in my daughter’s grandmother’s basement, sold our new station wagon, bought an old Chevy pickup with a shell camper on it and hit the road. One of the authors, Richard Cowan, was […]

Vietnam Day Committee

[Gerry Berreman’s letter on the VDC is in a separate post under his name. It is a tagging error I don’t know how to fix] Low woman on the totem pole During my limited free time at Berkeley, I hung around a lot in the anthropology students’  break room on the second floor of Kroeber […]