Sound recording of interview with Julian F. Randolph conducted by Harvey Schwartz. Describes his involvement in the San Francisco
State Strike, the evolution of faculty unionism at San Francisco State University, his efforts on behalf of faculty rights
as an Academic Senate representative and official, and key individuals responsible for the unification of the CFA after it
had defeated the AFT as a collective bargaining agent for San Francisco State professors.
Union and faculty-rights activist since early 1970s; originally a member of American Federation of Teachers (AFT) local at
San Francisco State, switched to California Faculty Association (CFA) in the late 1970s, involved in CFA victory over AFT
in 1983, CFA president 1983-88 and CFA Executive Board member 1985-99.
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