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We've long lived in an age where the wife (widow) of the famed social justice and anti-war activist Mario Savio, LYNNE HOLLANDER SAVIO who *claims* to be "progressive/leftist", once invited a *LEFTIST* TURNED-WARMONGER & WHITE-SUPREMACIST, the late leftist, then turned WARHAWK ...
In 1964, Mario Savio, a graduate student at the University of California, Berkeley, effectively launched the era of the college protest by urging students "to put your bodies upon the gears and upon the wheels" of power's "odious" machinery. Bodies upon gears is a bloody enterprise. In 1969, a student was ...

Mario Savio spins in his grave, along with the founding fathers. Log in to Reply. 0. 0. MikeyParks | January 24, 2018 at 10:37 am. Didn't the founders envision the entire effing USA as a free speech zone? Log in to Reply. 0. 0. Milhouse | January 25, 2018 at 11:00 am. No, they didn't. They only forbade the ...
Mario Savio, the leader of UC Berkeley's Free Speech Movement in 1964, said "good riddance to bad garbage" (as opposed to good garbage). John Wayne, whose opinion on the State of California's higher education was solicited for some reason, said Kerr was asking for it because he had made things ...
2, 1964, on the steps of Sproul Hall at the University of California at Berkeley, soon to be occupied and the university brought to a halt, Mario Savio gave a speech. Savio, a 22-year-old graduate student in philosophy, justified the student occupation and closure of the university, saying there's a time when ...
Daniel Savio, the son of Mario Savio and a composer, called the idea of Yiannopoulos's award "some kind of sick joke". Savio argued that while his father would have broadly supported all people's rights to speak on campus, there are limits when it comes to speech that directly threatens vulnerable people.
In the 1960s the University of California, Berkeley was the birthplace of student activism and the Free Speech Movement. Among the founders of the movement was Mario Savio, a former Sonoma State University faculty member in his later years. Despite his passing in 1996, students at Sonoma State are ...
Since publishing my biography of Berkeley Free Speech Movement leader Mario Savio almost a decade ago, I have often been asked what Savio would say about a host of contemporary issues. Since Savio died in 1996 and there was only one Mario Savio, it usually seemed to me inappropriate to ...
From going to war with the US Navy over submarines killing fishermen, to Mario Savio demanding she censor her journalism students, Granahan's career saw a lot of action. Some of her tales will make you laugh, others bring you to tears, or stir your sense of justice. This book reveals a unique corner of the ...
To0 many universities have today betrayed the Free Speech Movement and all that it stands for. Mario Savio's speech back then (below) is must viewing for anyone who thinks that safe zones, trigger warnings, micro-aggression policies and such have a proper place on any university campus.
Berkeley captured my interest during the college admissions process because a particular moment in the school's history resonated with me: the image of Mario Savio, leader of the Free Speech Movement speaking up courageously for First Amendment rights on campuses. The struggle and eventual ...
The photo is definitely sexual, though there is no nudity. Monroe holds two roses in front of her breasts. Most everything is left to the imagination. I told Mario Savio, who was teaching math, philosophy and physics, what had happened with the administrator. "That photo is artistic," he said. "Don't take it down.
It was initiated by Mario Savio, who had been down organising in the south in the 1960s and wanted to able to recruit in the south and work for civil rights. But he was joined by people from the right. And so the student government committee for the free speech movement was a combination of people from ...
And to completely get it, one probably has to be old enough to remember the controversies about Angela Davis, Tommy Smith and John Carlos, and Mario Savio. The title character, who is played by Washington, was inspired by action to protect free political speech in the late 1960s and early 1970s.
In the years since, the campus's Sproul Plaza and Mario Savio Steps have been marched on, sat upon and otherwise occupied by an assortment of protests. This past year, though, the famously liberal-leaning university was criticized for censoring conservative voices after canceling speaking engagements ...

In December 1964, the then-leader of the Free Speech Movement, Mario Savio, was speaking to a group of students. This speech led to another sit-in and resulted in the arrest of over 800 UC students. One reporter covering the speech described it as "the gauntlet," as "students were pushed down stairs, ...
At the 1964 Berkeley protests, student leader Mario Savio championed free speech as the carte blanche "right to participate as citizens in a democratic society." This barn-door definition remained wide open in June of this year when Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito wrote the majority opinion in the case ...
Mr. Emerson gives me a copy of a Sacramento Bee article about Mario Savio and the Berkeley Free Speech movement. I take it home and ...
They were inspired by the civil rights movement, the Berkeley Free Speech Movement (during which one of its leaders, Mario Savio, described ...
At the height of the Berkeley Free Speech Movement, captured by Mario Savio and his acerbic polemics, Rubin staged what would become the ...
... Coming to My Senses, is dedicated not to her family but to 1960s activist and leader of the Berkeley Free Speech Movement, Mario Savio.
It's mid-semester, and by now you've probably had time to build that deep relationship with that kid in your discussion or the cutie your friend ...
The Native American NAGPRA Coalition began the protest on the Mario Savio steps on Sproul Plaza and marched to California Hall ...
From the Free Speech Movement started by Mario Savio on the steps of Sproul Hall at UC Berkeley in 1964 through the Columbia University ...
Lynne Hollander Savio, a member of UC Berkeley's 1964 Free Speech Movement and the widow of Mario Savio, said the limitations of talking ...
... near the Mario Savio steps. Nobody at this demonstration was shouting into a bullhorn and calling upon students to throw their bodies on the ...
It was a decidedly different entrance than what Mario Savio and other student activists made when they started the free speech movement at the same campus square in the 1960s. Yiannopoulos had been trying to summon the spirit of those days of free speech activism as he rallied for a week of right-wing ...
Among the founders of the movement was Mario Savio, a former Sonoma State University faculty member in his later years. Despite his passing ...
Mario Savio, leader of the Berkeley Free Speech Movement, speaks to assembled students on the campus at the University of California in ...
Demonstrators at UC Berkeley took to Sproul Plaza on Wednesday to protest the House Republicans' tax bill, in light of how it would impact graduate students. The protesters, comprising graduate students, student workers and union members, marched to the Mario Savio Steps about noon, where several ...
I am proud to have advocated for political causes on the Berkeley campus thanks to Mario Savio's demands for change in 1964. I am thankful that student organizer Jean Quan, later mayor of Oakland, taught the first class on Asian women in 1969. But I did not unearth my passion for politics and social ...
Jann Wenner, far right, getting the scoop as police restrain Mario Savio at Berkeley in 1964 Robert W. Klein/AP Photo. The doc includes ...
Mario Savio addresses a gathering outside Sproul Hall on the University of California campus in Berkeley in 1965. (Getty Images).
police officers last week cut off access to Sproul Plaza, the site of Mario Savio's famous 1964 address during the free speech movement and a ...
The last day, "Mario Savio Is Dead," references one of the leaders of the Free Speech Movement at Berkeley in the 1960s. You can almost hear ...
"Ironically, Berkeley is fighting Free Speech Week the same way they fought against Mario Savio's Free Speech Movement in the 60's -- by ...
It wasn't long until Waters joined the Free Speech Movement, which gained considerable traction under the leadership of activist Mario Savio.
Her book is dedicated to the "memory of Mario Savio" the movement's late leader. Food was not a focus for Waters until she studied in Paris, ...
... "about how silicon Valley may be limiting free speech" is part of the agenda, as is an awards ceremony called "Mario Savio Is Dead.".
Wasserman opened the conversation by asking Waters about the memoir's dedication to Mario Savio. Waters' voice glowed with reverence as ...
Her book is dedicated to the "memory of Mario Savio" the movement's late leader. Food was not a focus for Waters until she studied in Paris, ...
It wasn't long until Waters joined the Free Speech Movement, which gained considerable traction under the leadership of activist Mario Savio.
Protestors gathered on the Mario Savio steps in front of UC Berkeley's Sproul Hall in support of the school's undocumented students on ...
Lynne Hollander Savio, the widow of activist Mario Savio, said she is exploring legal options to stop Yiannopoulos from co-opting her ...
It's especially ironic this happened at Berkeley, home to the "free speech" movement started there by Mario Savio that swept campuses across ...
In one of the most influential pieces of American rhetoric of the 20th century, 24-year-old Mario Savio called for a student revolution against the ...
students such as Mario Savio returned from searing experiences as civil rights workers in the South and sought to expand those campaigns in ...
Faculty and students, led by a young Mario Savio, protested for months and ultimately won the right to speak openly. In response, most other ...


 

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