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Police and student demonstrators meet on the campus of San Fernando Valley State College (now CSUN), January 8, 1969. In November of 1968, student activists with demands for educational reform, including ethnic studies departments, went into action on the SFVSC campus. The following January, a rally turned violent in front of the Administration Building. CSUN University Digital Archives.

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