Vietnam Protest at SF State

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KTVU News report from Claud Mann and Andrea Boggs from March 1969 featuring a Vietnam protest rally on the commons at San Francisco State College, which is broken up by an official (from a rooftop with a loud speaker) who orders the students to re-assemble in the main campus auditorium. Ends with an anti-Vietnam protest in downtown San Francisco’s Union Square, where a speaker tells his audience: “By your own silence you are as guilty as those who you disagree with.” Boggs speculates that a low turn out of protesters was due to the good weather.

Type of material
archival newsfilm
Duration
4:19
16mm color, co-magnetic sound film
Rights for this video belong to
Cox Enterprises Inc/KTVU
Date aired
Mar-69
Originally aired on
KTVU
Identifier
KTVU 76
Views
3393

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