Steve Weissman was a student attending University of California, Berkeley, in the 1960s when he became involved in the school's historic Free Speech Movement. Weissman worked as a magazine writer and television producer in London before moving to France.
Archival Collections and Reference Resources
- Series 2515 : Mississippi State Sovereignty Commission Records Online, 1994-2006, Photographs (Mississippi Department of Archives and History)
- Mississippi State Sovereignty Commission photograph of Howard Jeter, Brian Turner, Steve Weissman and Art Goldberg standing next to Jo Freeman while she speaks to a crowd during a Free Speech Movement rally, Berkeley, California, 1964 November 23 (Black-and-white photographs)
- Mississippi State Sovereignty Commission photograph of Michael Rossman, Ken Cloke, Mario Savio, Steve Weissman and Jo Freeman (left to right) participating in a march for the Free Speech Movement in Berkeley, California, 1964 November 20 (Black-and-white photographs)
- Mississippi State Sovereignty Commission photograph of Steve Wiseman [sic] standing in the center of a crowd of fellow Anti-Vietnam War protesters, Berkeley, California, 1960s (Black-and-white photographs)