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Shows featuring William Sales

  • Forty Years After Historic Columbia Strike, Four Leaders of 1968 Student Uprising Reflect Studentcol68web2
    Forty years ago this week, hundreds of students at Columbia University started a revolt on campus. Students went on strike. They occupied five buildings, including the president’s office in Low Library, and barricaded themselves inside for days. The students were protesting Columbia’s ties to military research and plans to build a university gymnasium in a public park in Harlem. The 1968...
    April 25, 2008 | Story