Women for Peace visit Sacramento
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KPIX News report from March 29th 1967 in Sacramento by Rollin Post featuring scenes of the Women for Peace organization visiting the State Capitol and delivering a folio to Governor Ronald Reagan, asking him to support their opposition to the Vietnam War. He approves their democratic right to express their beliefs but reminds them he disagrees with their stance on the war. Ends with brief, slient views of the women visiting the offices of State Senator George Miller, Jr. (1914-69).
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- archival newsfilm
- 16mm b&w, magnetic sound film
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- CBS5 KPIX-TV
- Date aired
- Originally aired on
- KPIX 30828
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