The Renault factory in Boulogne-Billancourt is famous as the place where the factory occupations of the 1936 Popular Front got started. Again in 1968, the workers of Boulogne-Billancourt seized their factory during the May Events. As soon as the students learned of the seizure a march was organized from the Sorbonne to the factory. This picture from Paris Match shows the scene at the factory as the marchers arrived. The workers are visible on the roof of the building, the students below in the street. Together they sang the Internationale and cheered each other on. My class in Greek philosophy with Derrida having been interrupted by the Events, I too went on the march. I appear in this photo in the background on the left reading a leaflet.