Berkeley, Still A Center of Activism And Optimism
The University of California, Berkeley, has been a hotbed of political activism for generations. It was the epicenter of the Free Speech Movement in the 1960s.
Berkeley students today have a different perspective. They don’t have the draft or the Vietnam War to worry about. They are more worried about jobs and student loans.
Here & Now‘s Jeremy Hobson hits the campus to ask students about their school’s legacy and their views on the future.
- Jeremy Hobson, co-host of Here & Now. He tweets @jeremyhobson.
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