The Life and Times of Fay Stender, Radical Attorney for the Black Panthers and Disrupter of White Social Order, Part 2
Nov 4th 2019 12:12am EST
Go to Part 1 Legal Work for the Movement When she returned to Berkeley, Fay “felt energized.”[i] So did other returnees. Mario Savio, fresh from Mississippi, launched the Free Speech Movement (FSM) at UC Berkeley that fall, kicking off the wider radical crusade of the 1960s. When the police began to clear Sproul Hall of […]
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