Berkeley Rebellion (Newsreel #20)
Producer: Newsreel
1968
BW
22 minutes
US
English
Berkeley Rebellion (Newsreel #20)
Newsreel's short film shows two days of demonstrations in Berkeley over the issue of "the streets belong to the people" and the decision of the City Council to close off Telegraph Avenue for the 4th of July, 1968.

This film features scenes of members of the Young Socialist Alliance, including Peter Camejo, demonstrating their support for the French student movement of May 1968.
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