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AADL Talks To: Skip Taube, Former Member of the SDS, White Panther Party, and Community Organizer

Skip Taube
Skip Taube

In this episode, AADL Talks To Milton 'Skip' Taube. Skip came to Ann Arbor in 1965 and quickly became involved in radical politics as a student at the University of Michigan. He was involved with the SDS and the White Panther Party, doing both community organizing and participating in “adventurism”. Skip recalls the people and events from his time in Ann Arbor and discusses the political and cultural forces that influenced the course of his life.

Bill Ayers, director of Children's Community School, May 1968 Photographer: Eck Stanger

Bill Ayers, director of Children's Community School, May 1968 image
Year:
1968
Published In:
Ann Arbor News, May 14, 1968
Caption:
Seeks Post: William Ayers, the 23-year-old director of an experimental school for children, is a candidate in the June 10 school board election. Ayers, a city resident for five years, is director of the Children's Community, a school for children from four to eight years of age. Ayers' formal announcement of candidacy appeared in Friday's edition of The News.

City Voters Ballot In Record Volume

City Voters Ballot In Record Volume image
Parent Issue
Day
5
Month
November
Year
1968
Copyright
Copyright Protected

Milan

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Parent Issue
Day
27
Month
February
Year
1891
Copyright
Public Domain