Documents Tagged ‘twLF’

The Blood Runs Cold

Archive Entry Date: 10/10/1969

Seven months after the TWLF strike, black leaders reflected on the gains of the struggle and its future

Strike 1969 Pamphlet

Archive Entry Date: c. 3/15/69

The TWLF answered the question: why should students stick their neck out for the cause?


Archive Entry Date: 3/14/1969

Uncertainty hovered over the TWLF as its leadership attempted to negotiate with Chancellor Heyns


Archive Entry Date: 3/1969

A pamphlet that offered analysis of the TWLF position and of the police and campus counterreaction

Gas Over Berkeley

Archive Entry Date: 3/7/1969

The Barb on "Reagan's robots" and some confusion within the TWLF after the Berkeley Faculty vote

Faculty at UC Berkeley Votes for Ethnic Studies Department

Archive Entry Date: 3/6/1969

Cal faculty voted for an Ethnic Studies department—not a Third World College

Third World College Proposal

Archive Entry Date: 3/1969

The goal of a detailed plan for a Third World College: radical education out of the radical imagination

Police Arrest Striker

Archive Entry Date: 03/1969

Cops arresting a TWLF striker on Sproul

Berkeley Strikers Battle Police

Archive Entry Date: 2/28/1969

Battles between strikers and police led to greater support for the TWLF among students and TAs

Berkeley, Son of SF State

Archive Entry Date: 2/28/1969

An analysis—from a later Pulitzer Prize winner—of how the two TWLFs converged and diverged

Cal TA’s in the Soup

Archive Entry Date: 2/21/1969

The Cal TA union voted to strike after 17 TAs were busted on a TWLF picket line

twLF Negotiation Notes

Archive Entry Date: 2/1969

The strategy for negotiations with the University

Campus in Clouds of Tear Gas

Archive Entry Date: 2/1969

Police turned the Cal campus into a militarized war zone

The TWLF marching on Sproul Plaza

Archive Entry Date: 2/1969

Manuel Delgado, of the Mexican American Students Confederation, heading up a TWLF rally

Chancellor Heyns on the State of Emergency

Archive Entry Date: 02/5/1969

A crucial moment: Chancellor Heyns asked Governor Reagan to declare a 'state of emergency' and bring in police from elsewhere

Student Masses Win

Archive Entry Date: 1/31/1969

In its second week the TWLF strike took on a new momentum and met stronger resistance

“A True WASP” Responds to Strikers

Archive Entry Date: 1/30/1969

A failure to understand the true meaning of self-determination.

ASUC Senate Supports Demands, Not Strike

Archive Entry Date: 1/24/1969

To understand that efficacy over one's life is at stake, not specific bureaucratic demands.

Strike On! Survival the Issue

Archive Entry Date: 1/24/1969

Extensive coverage, from the Barb, of the start of the TWLF strike at Berkeley

Strike Demands

Archive Entry Date: 1/1969

Liberation demands to gain rightful autonomy in the university