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Wednesday, May 3, 2017 at 01:51 PM PDT

Defending Raider Fans From a 'Very, Very Wrong Stereotype'

Defending Raider Fans From a 'Very, Very Wrong Stereotype'

In this web extra clip from "Bay Area Revelations: Women Game Changers," Amy Trask explains how during her almost 30-year career with the Oakland Raiders she made it her No. 1 priority to correct...

Wednesday, May 3, 2017 at 04:36 PM PDT

'I Was the First African-American Cheerleader at San Fernando High,' Says Rep. Barbara Lee

'I Was the First African-American Cheerleader at San Fernando High,' Says Rep. Barbara Lee

In this web extra clip from "Bay Area Revelations: Women Game Changers," Rep. Barbara Lee talks about being her high school's first African-American cheerleader.

Monday, May 22, 2017 at 04:44 PM PDT

'Ask Her More': Transforming the Red Carpet Conversation

'Ask Her More': Transforming the Red Carpet Conversation

In this web extra clip from "Bay Area Revelations: Women Game Changers," Jennifer Siebel-Newsom discusses the cultural transformations the "Ask Her More" and "Not Buying It"...

Wednesday, May 3, 2017 at 11:44 AM PDT

Isabel Allende on How Love Brought Her to the Bay Area

Isabel Allende on How Love Brought Her to the Bay Area

"I came to the Bay Area because I fell in lust with a guy." In this web extra clip from "Bay Area Revelations: Women Game Changers," Isabel Allende remembers being introduced to a man...

Wednesday, May 3, 2017 at 06:44 PM PDT

'There Were No Opportunities to Play,' Says VanDerveer

'There Were No Opportunities to Play,' Says VanDerveer

In this web extra clip from "Bay Area Revelations: Women Game Changers," Tara VanDerveer looks back at the challenges of growing up in a time when there were few, if any, real youth sports opportuniti...

Wednesday, May 3, 2017 at 01:15 PM PDT

'Porn Is the Hen, Eroticism Is the Feather," Says Allende

 'Porn Is the Hen, Eroticism Is the Feather," Says Allende

In this web extra clip from "Bay Area Revelations: Women Game Changers," Isabel Allende talks about eroticism in literature and how she prefers suggestion and imagination over being explicit....

Wednesday, May 3, 2017 at 11:51 AM PDT

VanDerveer on Making Women's Sports Mainstream

VanDerveer on Making Women's Sports Mainstream

In this web extra clip from "Bay Area Revelations: Women Game Changers," Tara VanDerveer talks about the things she'd like to see change in women's sports, including more opportunities for women to...

Wednesday, May 3, 2017 at 04:52 PM PDT

Rep. Lee Reflects on What Made Her Run for Congress

Rep. Lee Reflects on What Made Her Run for Congress

"I always wanted to... serve people, help make things better, so life would be easier for people to achieve the American dream." In this web extra clip from "Bay Area Revelations: Women Game...

Wednesday, May 3, 2017 at 04:30 PM PDT

'More Than Just Women Marched' at Women's March Says Trask

 'More Than Just Women Marched' at Women's March Says Trask

"I tend to bristle when people are ever labeled or movements are ever labeled." In this web extra clip from "Bay Area Revelations: Women Game Changers," Amy Trask talks about the women's...

Wednesday, May 3, 2017 at 05:40 PM PDT

'Women Have to Run for Public Office,' Says Rep. Lee

'Women Have to Run for Public Office,' Says Rep. Lee

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The Bay Area Revelations team takes a look back at the stories and people who lived and survived the Summer Of Love in 1967. Watch "Bay Area Revelations: Summer of Love, 50 Years Later," Saturday, June 10 at 8 p.m. on NBC Bay Area.

Exploring 'Summer of Love'

Bay Area independent filmmaker Jack O’Connell captured the zeitgeist of 60s America with “Revolution,” his documentary of the San Francisco hippie counter-culture during 1967. The hippie spirit of Haight-Ashbury is alive and well in the documentary, shot in the heart of San Francisco during the groovy days when hair was long, love was free and acid abounded. Featuring concert footage of Country Joe and the Fish and other bands, Connell’s film captures the counterculture’s scope, from impassioned leaders such as Rev. Cecil Williams down to ordinary freaks on the street.
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