The Great Society at 50 | The Washington Post

The Great Society at 50 | The Washington Post

1965 Grace Slick & The Great Society were a 1960s San Francisco rock band that existed from 1965 to 1966, and were closely associated with the burgeoning Bay Area acid rock scene. Best known as the original group of model-turned-singer Grace Slick, the initial line-up of the band also featured her then-husband Jerry Slick on drums, his brother Darby Slick on guitar, David Miner on vocals and guitar, Bard DuPont on bass, and Peter van Gelder on flute, bass, and saxophone.

“Whose Great Society?” Harlem supports the Selma Civil Rights Movement, New York City, 1965 — at Harlem, New York City. Photo credit: Diana Davies Papers

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* Beautiful People* -This photo goes to show that people of all colours can unit to form something beautiful, and that colour should have no boundaries. This is more then a picture of hands it is a symbol society coming together to end racism #unit #OneInTheSame

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