Sunday on “Real Gauchos” (1-2pm), Paul Rivas interviews history-maker Dick Flacks on: being a red diaper baby, singing protest songs at commie summer camp, seeing Jackie Robinson play during his first week with the Brooklyn Dodgers, almost meeting and then meeting Bob Dylan, contributing to the original Port Huron Statement, what the 1960s would have been like with Twitter, surviving an assassination attempt, where he was during the Isla Vista bank burning, increasing the diversity of the UCSB student body, 30 years as a KCSB programmer, blogging and writing his memoirs during retirement, and how to effect positive social change as an old-timer.

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