Fullerton College: A Pictorial History

To diffuse protests and to prevent further spontaneous love-ins, FJC officials announced that starting February 24, 1967, “Friday on the Grass” discussions would take place in the quad area. Sponsored by the Student-Faculty Dialogue Committee, the informal gatherings were intended to provide a forum where students and faculty members could openly discuss ideas and feelings. Initially, the gatherings were cordial, but students began showing up with petitions to protest campus policies, forcing administrators, commissioners, and club presidents to address students. One group that wanted the dress regulations rescinded took off their shoes.
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