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Weiss, Marc A.

Courtesy of Dr. Marc A. Weiss
Oral History Project: 
Alumni Interviews
The Movement Oral History Project: Antiwar Protest and Allied Activism in the Stanford Community, 1963-1973
Interviewer: 
Ochavillo, Vanessa
Interview Year: 
2018
Oral History Type: 
Audio

Marc Weiss discusses joining Students for a Democratic Society at Stanford during his freshmen year and recounts some of the highlights of his experiences as an activist at Stanford, including his involvement with the production Alice in ROTC Land, the disruption of a board of trustees meeting, being suspended as part of the Stanford 29, and the founding of the Pacific Studies Center. He discusses important mentors and where his life took him after Stanford, including the chairmanship of Global Urban Development. He closes with words of advice to the activists of today and the future.

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