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12th April 1989 – the Revolutionary Suicide of Abbie Hoffman | Dorian Cope presents On This Deity

Today we commemorate everyone’s favourite Groucho Marxist – the radical activist, Abbie Hoffman. Co-founder of the Yippies and author of Steal This Book and Revolution for the Hell of It, Hoffman was one of the most colourful and iconic figures …

Woman demonstrator carrying a paper bag and a torn placard is escorted by New York City policeman in the area of Fifth Avenue and 47th street on August 15, 1964. She was one of 250 demonstrators who attempted to hold a rally in Duffy Square to protest U.S. action in Vietnam. They were battled by police and about thirty arrests made when they attempted to walk towards the United Nations headquarters. Rally was called by the “May 2 Movement” and “Youth against War and Fascism” organizations…

Woman demonstrator carrying a paper bag and a torn placard is escorted by New York City policeman in the area of Fifth Avenue and 47th street on August 15, 1964. She was one of 250 demonstrators who attempted to hold a rally in Duffy Square to protest U.S. action in Vietnam. They were battled by police and about thirty arrests made when they attempted to walk towards the United Nations headquarters. Rally was called by the “May 2 Movement” and “Youth against War and Fascism” organizations…

Vietnam War Protests, Washington April 1971 (Wikipedia)

Vietnam War protest in Washington DC April 1971 - Protestas contra la Guerra de Vietnam - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

Vietnam War Protest, Union Square, November 1st, 1968. Photo from Corbis Images. Photo by Harvey L. Silver.

Vietnam War Protest, Union Square, November Photo from Corbis Images. Photo by Harvey L.

Vietnam War Protest

Vietman War - Protest Movement during the Vietnam War

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Marjorie Melville and Mary Moylan Members of the Catonsville Nine, a group of Christian social justice advocates, who protested the Vietnam War by burning draft cards

2,000 protesters march in silence against the Vietnam War along University Avenue in Champaign, Illinois, May 4, 1972.  Photo credit: Rob Glick — in Champaign, Illinois.

protesters march in silence against the Vietnam War along University Avenue in Champaign, Illinois, May Photo credit: Rob Glick — in Champaign, Illinois.

British Politics - Protests and Demonstrations - Anti-Vietnam War - London - 1965   Marchers in London call on the US government to end the war in Vietnam.

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British Politics - Protests and Demonstrations - Anti-Vietnam War - London - 1965 Marchers in London call on the US government to end the war in Vietnam.

Dr. Benjamin Spock, the American pediatrician whose 1946 book Baby and Child Care is one of the biggest best sellers of all time, is arrested at a protest against the Vietnam War in Washington on May 16, 1972.

Benjamin Spock, the American pediatrician whose 1946 book Baby and Child Care is one of the biggest best sellers of all time, is arrested at a protest against the Vietnam War in Washington on May

Student protest on campus over the Vietnam War 1965. From the 1965 Oregana (University of Oregon yearbook). www.CampusAttic.com

Student protest on campus over the Vietnam War 1965. From the 1965 Oregana (University of Oregon yearbook). www.CampusAttic.com

How many will die in Vietnam

Anti-Vietnam War protest at graduation, Madison, Wisconsin, via: UW-Madison Collection, UW-Madison Archives by way of University of Wisconsin Digital Collections

march against death 1969 | 1968 San Francisco, Two Vietnam War Protests

1968 San Francisco, Two Vietnam War Protests - Harvey Richards Media Archive

As an outgrowth to the violence that met the anti-War protests at Kent and Jackson State Universities only a few days earlier, a mass demonstration and protest to the Vietnam War and our incursion into Cambodia on April 30th was organized and a march on Washington was held on May 9th.

As an outgrowth to the violence that met the anti-War protests at Kent and…

1967

Dad and Mom had their first child, my sister Melissa, on August She died at 7 months old, on April of a liver disease.

May 9, 1972: Basketball player Bill Walton, fresh from an undefeated college championship run with UCLA, joins in an antiwar protest in Westwood. At the campus demonstration, he encouraged fellow protesters to sit in an intersection on Wilshire Boulevard.

Bill Walton protests Vietnam War

May Basketball player Bill Walton, fresh from an undefeated college championship run with UCLA, joins in an antiwar protest in Westwood. At the campus demonstration, he encouraged fellow protesters to sit in an intersection on Wilshire Boulevard.

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