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|Title:||You don't know how good you got it here in America, Bub | Snake will be dealt with|
Announces: Sit-in demonstration, Friday, 3:00 PM, School Board Building, 815 4th Ave N.
Calls for: "Sign the petition to get narcs out of the schools and be at the demonstration..."
Quote from document: "There have been student spies used in the Seattle schools before, but they're only being publicized now as a scare tactic for the students and the see-we're-solving the drug problem tactic for the parents.... These recent attacks on students rights are only part of the general pattern of repression that the government is coming down with. Witness the conspiracy trials, no-knock laws, preventive detention, attacks on black people, etc. This repression can only result in one thing, a new era of "law n'order". It starts in 1984."
Note on date: "George Tielsch" was the Seattle Chief of Police from 1970 to 1974.
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|Subjects:||Bottomly, Forbes | Human rights--Washington (State)--Seattle | Civil rights--Washington (State) | Racism--Washington (State)--Seattle | Civil rights demonstrations--Washington (State)--Seattle | Students--Washington (State)--Seattle | Seattle Public Schools | Seattle (Wash.), 47.60621, -122.332071 | King County (Wash.)|
|Collection:||Vietnam War Era Ephemera Collection|
|Institution:||University of Washington's Libraries|
|Contributors:||Vietnam War Era Ephemera Collection (University of Washington. Libraries) | University of Washington. Libraries. Special Collections Division | University of Washington. Libraries. Digital Initiatives|
27.5 x 21.5 cm
Vietnam War Era Ephemera Collection, Box 7/7. University of Washington Libraries. Special Collections Division.
Forms part of the Vietnam War Era Ephemera Collection
|Persistent Link to Item:||https://content.lib.washington.edu/u?/protests,100|