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Protesters gather at Harvard University to protest US foreign policy
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[Shultz and Weinberger at Harvard]
Original Airdate: 9/5/1986

Length: 00:01:51
Item Type: newstape - edited story master


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Description : Abstract
David Boeri reports on protests against US foreign policy during a visit by George Shultz (US Secretary of State) and Casper Weinberger (US Secretary of Defense) to the Fogg Art Museum at Harvard University. Boeri notes that demonstrators protested against apartheid and US policies in South Africa, Nicaragua and El Salvador. Boeri's report includes footage of protesters and footage of Shultz and Weinberger entering the museum. Boeri notes that some of the demonstrators were Harvard alumni advocating Harvard's divestment from South Africa. Boeri interviews Boone Schirmer (Harvard alumnus) about Harvard's refusal to divest from South Africa. Boeri reports that security has been tightened all over campus. This protest takes place during the celebration of Harvard's 350th anniversary.


Contributor : Reporter
David Boeri
Format : Tape 4598   Barcode   Script is available.
3/4" cassette 102852 
VHS cassette 103978 
Betacam cassette 104171 
digital betacam cassette 104172 

Subject : Keywords
Apartheid - Protests
United States - Foreign relations
Universities and colleges

Subject : Personal Names
Boeri, David
Schirmer, Boone
Shultz, George
Weinberger, Casper

Subject : Corporate Names (Organization names)
Harvard University

Subject : Geographic Locations
Cambridge (Mass.)
South Africa

Type : Genre
News - Television



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