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Getting the Word Out
Getting the Word Out: Cesar Chavez, President of United farm Workers of America
Getting the Word Out: A press release from day two of the sit-in: the hunger strike begins, community support grows, and a vigil begins outside.
Getting the Word Out: An early letter of support from the Black Panther Party
Getting the Word Out: A press release from day five of the occupation lists the ‘widening endorsements’ still flowing in, including many HEW employees and Governor Jerry Brown.
Getting the Word Out: Letter of Support from AFGE Local # 3159, a union of employees at the San Francisco regional office of the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare
Getting the Word Out: A press release outlines George Miller’s visit and support
Getting the Word Out: A list of representatives from religious and faith organizations supporting the sit-in and calling for the Section 504 regulations to be signed immediately.
Getting the Word Out: A letter from State Senator Milton Marks to Joseph Maldonado, Regional Director of Health, Education, and Welfare, requests more access and telephone lines.
Getting the Word Out: 504 Emergency Coalition press release describes a visit by Senator Julian Bond, and lists new support from politicians and organizations.
Getting the Word Out: A press release issued after the hearing on day eleven urges protesters outside the building to continue their support.
Getting the Word Out: Using tough anti-discrimination language, Senator Alan Cranston insists Secretary Califano sign the Section 504 regulations unchanged. Page two of Cranston’s letter warns against creating too much red tape.
Food for Change