A panel discussion held at the Environmental Teach-in on the University of California campus in Berkeley. Panelists are Dr. Sidney Liebes, a research physicist in the genetics department of Stanford University Medical Center and director of Planned Parenthood in San Mateo; Dr. Ron Hoy, neurophysiologist and post-doctoral fellow in the U.C. Berkeley Department of Zoology; Carl Mack, Jr., assistant coordinator of the Afro-American Studies Program at U.C. Berkeley and graduate student in sociology; Stephanie Mills, graduate of Mills College, associate with Planned Parenthood, editor of Earth Times, and member of Zero Population Growth (ZPG); and moderated by Dr. William Lidicker of the U.C. Department of Zoology. The panel discusses the moral implications of overpopulation and methods of birth control. The event was sponsored by the Environmental Teach-In Committee of ZPG. Recorded April 1970 in the Zellerbach Auditorium at U.C. Berkeley.
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