Demonstrators rally in 1997 against the anti-affirmative action measure, Prop. 209, outside Sproul Hall at UC Berkeley while protesters inside barricade themselves in the lobby. A year after the measure passed, the number of African American freshmen had fallen from 215 in 1995 to 126.
Demonstrators rally in 1997 against the anti-affirmative action measure, Prop. 209, outside Sproul Hall at UC Berkeley while protesters inside barricade themselves in the lobby. A year after the measure passed, the number of African American freshmen had fallen from 215 in 1995 to 126. Sam Deaner Associatd Press
Demonstrators rally in 1997 against the anti-affirmative action measure, Prop. 209, outside Sproul Hall at UC Berkeley while protesters inside barricade themselves in the lobby. A year after the measure passed, the number of African American freshmen had fallen from 215 in 1995 to 126. Sam Deaner Associatd Press

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