Forty years ago, students at San Francisco State went on strike to protest the lack of minority representation on campus. The violent strike transformed the university and inspired similar actions around the country. We’ll examine the legacy of the strike with several of the participants.

Laureen Chew, associate dean of the College of Ethnic Studies at San Francisco State University
Eric Solomon, professor emeritus of English at San Francisco State University
John Bunzel, senior research fellow at the Hoover Institution

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