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Collection includes flyers, statements by the April 3rd Movement as well as university officials, information sheets (including one for those planning to be arrested), a booklet on SRI produced by the movement, a booklet titled "The Goods on AEL Declassified by the April 3rd Movement", the newsletter "Declassified" produced during the occupation of the Applied Electronics Laboratory, copies of articles, press releases, and issues of the CAMPUS REPORT and the STANFORD DAILY. Also includes website files from two sites dedicated to documenting the April 3rd Movement.
The April 3rd Movement was a student group at Stanford University protesting the university's connection with military and counter-insurgency research, specifically the Stanford Research Institute and the Applied Electronics Laboratory. They led a 9-day occupation of AEL and a sit-in at Encina Hall (the university's administrative offices).
0.5 Linear Feet (2 boxes)
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This collection is open for research.