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San Diego Door to Liberation (vol. 1, no. 25), 1969-04-24


Scope and Contents

"Sexual Freedom Comes to S.D." [New local chapter of Sexual Freedom League holds first open house meeting; Tom Palmer, Executive Director, spoke]; Schools in Turmoil" [Lincoln High School campus closure, Black and Chicanx student walkouts at other campuses, student protests, class boycotts]; "Sexual Freedom Bill" [fact sheet on Assembly Bill 743, Assemblymen Brown and Burton]; "Dr. John Ford on Lincoln Hassle" [Ford was a member of the State Board of Education, he spoke regarding the police action at the Lincoln High School campus closure]; "Lincoln Parents Speak Out" [Parents speak to the police action at Lincoln High School following a student walk-out and rally, and the school was subsequently closed]; "You Can't Win/The Iconoclistic Spastic" [hangups and repression]; "bag of beads: America Produces More Shit Than Anybody"; "Letters to Editor"; "The Astonishing Debt of William F. Buckley" [reprint from Other Scenes]; "Turkish Workmen Strike Military Installations!" [Turkish labor strike]; "Billy Graham Reaches the Dope Mystics" [cartoon]; "After Encounter -- What?" [reprint from Berkeley Barb]; "Dr. HIPpocrates" [Berkeley Barb - sydicated column of medical advice from Eugene Schoenfeld, M.D.]; "Pink Panthers gay revolution toughening up" [reprint from Berkeley Barb, photograph by Rhyder McClure]; "Profile of a Rebel" [Jesus as communist]; "Karenga denies Panther-US ideological conflict" [reprint from Los Angeles Free Press regarding conflict between Black Panthers and US, of which Ron Karenga was a leader of. Karenga, now know as Maulana Karenga, is a professor of Africana Studies at CSU Long Beach and the creator of Kwanzaa.]; "Russell's Corner"; "Rock Scene" [County Joe and the Fish and Mothers concert]; "Radical Education Project" [leftist organization in Ann Arbor, Michigan]; "Note on Unclassified Ads"; "United Fruit" [troubles of concert hall United Fruit Company, University and Central Avenue, East San Diego]; "The Dillards" [playing at the Candy Co. in El Cajon]; "Universal Life Church"; "Coming Events: John Myall-Deep Purple"; "coffee house calendar"; "Aunt Dinah's Quilting Party" [band photograph]; "Eyesight to the Blind: San Diego Folk Festival: The Cast List"; "Krome Kollector Kazoo: S.D. Folk & Blues Scene"; "Pleasure -- A New Night Club" [National City venue; Jamul City Funk Band house musicians]; "The Swinging Scene"; "Unclassifieds"; "The Fraud of Public Welfare"; "Calendar"


  • Publication: 1969-04-24

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From the Collection: 300 Linear Feet



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