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Segment 7 (Red Emma) #719722

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jan 16, 2003
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The controversy at the University of California at Berkeley over anarchist "Red Emma" Goldman, who died 60 years ago, examined; details given about the school's censoring of fund-raising documents. [Emma Goldman Papers Project director Dr. Candace FALK†- reads Emma's words against war & for free speech.] [Berkeley University assistant vice chancellor for public affairs George STRAIT†- says the quotes could have been construed as university support for a political statement; defends the school's support for the Goldman project.] [Freedom Forum First Amendment scholar Ronald COLLINS†- says the First Amendment is involved when the university uses its censorial powers.] 1960s protests at Berkeley shown. Statement from Berkeley chancellor Robert Berdahl†† quoted. [FALK - outlines her views.]

Reporter(s):
Brown, Aaron
Duration:
00:04:10

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