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Mario Savio (1942-1996) was a political and human rights activist from the University of California at Berkeley who became the voice of the Free Speech Movement. He was investigated by the FBI from July 1964 until January 1975, following his arrest in March 1964 at a civil rights demonstration in San Francisco.
|Types:||Federal government records | Text|
|Subjects:||Savio, Mario | Governmental investigations--United States | United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation | Free Speech Movement (Berkeley, Calif.)--History | University of California, Berkeley--Students | Political activists--California | Student movements--California--Berkeley--History | College students--California--Berkeley--Political activity--History | New York (State)|
|Collection:||Institution:||Federal Bureau of Investigation||Contributors:||United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation||Online Publisher:||[Washington, D.C.] : Federal Bureau of Investigation | 2011||Original Material:|
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