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Campus Unrest / California #440764

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 20, 1968
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(Studio) San Francisco State College tries to reopen.
REPORTER: Chet Huntley

(San Francisco, California) 1/2 students show up. Radicals and blacks urge total strike. Most of faculty voted not to teach. 1,000 police available. Issues are student and campus autonomy; due process for black teachers for advocating carrying of guns and demands for black studies program. Mass mtg. held. Caught in middle are those who want to continue education and college pres. [Black Students Union Leroy GOODWIN - says will struggle until demands met. Will decide own education destiny, even with use of arms.]
REPORTER: David Burrington KRON- TV

Huntley, Chet;
Burrington, David

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