• 1 October 2014: In the fall of 1964, the Berkeley campus of the University of California was rocked by the Free Speech Movement (FSM). These interviews recount the experiences of a cross section of participants in or witness to the events, including: student leaders and the lawyers who defended those disciplined and arrested; faculty who were in favor of and others who vehemently opposed FSM; ordinary students who as one freshman noted, were “trying to figure out what was going on.
  • 30 September 2014: We learned of the passing of Dr. Morris Collen last weekend at the age of 100. Collen was the last living link to the first generation of doctors who established Kaiser Permanente, and a world-renowned expert in medical informatics. We interviewed Dr. Collen not once, but twice. See also this memory from his friends at Kaiser Permanente.

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