Kent State shootings.
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MASSACRE AT KENT STATE...National Guard fired into a crowd of students protesting the Viet Nam war. 4 students were killed.
MASSACRE AT KENT STATE...Vietnam war protesters, students at Kent State fired on by Ohio National Guard, 4 killed and many injured, some severely.
On May 4, 1970, 4 students and 9 others were injured during a protest of the Vietnam War. Ohio National Guard fired 67 rounds at the crowd of students.
The Kent State shootings—also known as the May 4 massacre or the Kent State massacre occurred at Kent State University in the U.S. city of Kent, Ohio, and involved the shooting of unarmed college students by the Ohio National Guard on Monday, May 4, 1970. The guardsmen fired 67 rounds over a period of 13 seconds, killing four students and wounding nine others, one of whom suffered permanent paralysis.
Paul K. Longmore, Professor of History and Director of the Institute on Disability at San Francisco State University, specializes in Early American history and the history of people with disabilities. He earned his Ph.D. at the Claremont Graduate School and his B.A. and M.A. at Occidental College.
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disability history in america | Paul Longmore speaking at the 20th anniversary of the Americans with ...
Burk Hall of San Francisco State University
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This is where all my tuition increases went - Burk Hall of San Francisco State University. I never got to see it during my time here.
San Francisco State University Campus
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San Francisco State University
San Francisco State
"Besides the bad photography and the less than photogenic model....what about this is suspicious to you? Just asking..." Dr. Kenneth Monteiro Dean, College of Ethnic Studies San Francisco State University
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SAN FRANCISCO STATE UNIVERSITY - Located in the heart of SF and over 30,000 students enrolled. A great campus, a great city. www.ultimateunive...
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SAN FRANCISCO STATE UNIVERSITY - Student Union Building. Located in the heart of SF and over 30,000 students enrolled. A great campus, a great city. www.ultimateuniversities.com
SAN FRANCISCO STATE UNIVERSITY - Located in the heart of SF and over 30,000 students enrolled.
SAN FRANCISCO STATE UNIVERSITY - www.ultimateuniversities.com
San Francisco State University
Bobby Seale (right), chairman of the Black Panther Party, is one of three speakers at a sidewalk news conference in Oakland, Calif., on Nov. 21, 1968. The other speakers are Ben Stewart (left), head of the Black Students Organization at San Francisco State, and George Murray (center, dark glasses), suspended teacher at San Francisco State.
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Paris 1968 French riots, May 1968. a general insurrection broke out across France. it began eith a series of student strikes (at various universities and high schools) following confrontations with university admininstrators and police. Photo: Guy Le Querrec
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Paris 1968 Photo: Guy Le Querrec- no, these are not pigeons covering this statue!
France. Paris 1968 Photo: Guy Le Querrec appropriated from One Car Lost.
Untitled, Paris, France, 1968, photograph by Guy Le Querrec.
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greeneyes55: “Paris 1968 Photo: Guy Le Querrec ”
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Paris, 1968 - Guy Le Querrec
French riots / Paris (1968)
Atalier Populaire, Paris Student Protest Poster, "Be Young and Shut Up," France, 1968
Protest Poster, May 1968, Propaganda Poster
1968 mai Sois jeune et tais toi de gaulle. Affiche de l'atelier populaire des Beaux-arts
Atelier Populaire, Paris Student Protest Poster "Sois jeune et tais toi", 1968
May 1968 - Sois jeune et tais toi de gaulle #revolution
1968 Mai Sois Jeune Et Tais Toi De Gaulle
Atelier Populaire, Paris France, 1968
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“I AM A MAN” protests - Memphis Sanitation Strike (1968)
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The most famous of Richard Copley's sanitation strike photos featured the iconic "I Am a Man" posters carried by striking members of Memphis Local 1733 during the march led by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on March 28, 1968.
POLARITY || Memphis sanitation workers strike in 1968 with "I Am A Man" posters, which emerged as a unifying civil rights theme.
“Memphis sanitation workers strike in 1968 with “I Am A Man” posters, which emerged as a unifying civil rights theme.” photo by Richard L. Copley
1968 Memphis Sanitation Workers Strike.1300 Black sanitation workers went on strike in Memphis.Discontent had been building w/poor treatment, racism, & dangerous work conditions,& the deaths of their fellow workers Echol Cole & Robert Walker was the straw that broke the camel’s back.The signs they held stating “I Am A Man” are now legendary both in the context of the Civil Rights Movement & in Labor History.Their statement,that they were men,was a radical reclamation of their identity & dign...
I Am a Man! - the 1968 Memphis sanitation workers' strike declaration.
Memphis sanitation workers strike in 1968 with "I Am A Man" posters
"I am a man" picket signs carried by striking Memphis sanitation workers in 1968 I know no words that would fully express the degree of outrage and astonishment with which I am following the evolution of the protests in the States. There is no logic in what is happening and has been happening to African American people there for the past 500 years. Sometimes, I think I can relate to their plight as I, myself, belong to a class of second-rate citizens in Italy, who have been robbed of their resources, dignity and value since the unification of the country. But then I think not. Nothing compares to what they have been forced to go through. I am enraged.
Memphis sanitation workers strike in 1968.
The Media has their own agenda and it is not to inform you.
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Hamra Graffiti - On the corner of a building in Hamra, Beyrouth, Lebanon I think some time in the future I want to try a year with no tv.
DesertRose//: so true///Hamra Graffiti - On the corner of a building in Hamra, Beyrout, Lebanon
Hamra Graffiti - On the corner of a building in Hamra, Beyrouth, Lebanon #freeyourmind
Hamra Graffiti, Hamra, Beyrouth, Lebanon
11 months without a tv #freeyourmind
cable free for over 15 years..
Free your mind. Kill your T.V.
Hamra Graffiti ..hahahha
Hamra Graffiti. #tv
Young women protest for their right to wear mini skirts in the 1960s
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One fashion statement that changed fashion for years to come is the mini skirt. The mini skirt revolutionized 1960s fashion. Not only was the mini skirt a cute fashion statement for young women around the world, it also was a symbol for feminism and women's rights.
60s London girls protesting for mini skirts. An interesting history resource!
'60s London girls protesting for mini skirts. Wow, times have sure changed!
60s London girls protesting for mini skirts | all of the yes
1960’s london girls protesting for mini skirts ...
London Girls Protesting for Mini-skirts, ca. 1966
Mini skirt protest! 1960's London.
Military photographer Charlie Haughey. Soldiers fire a captured M2 60mm mortar, originally a weapon produced by the United States for use in World War II and the Korean War. The mortar was captured on a patrol in a rice paddy, from Viet Cong forces. Names, date, and location unknown.
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A soldiers eye: rediscovered pictures from Vietnam - The Big Picture - Boston.com Had one of those too. http://WoodsideRealEstate.com
A soldier's eye: rediscovered pictures from Vietnam - Photos - The Big Picture - Boston.com
Vietnam up close and personal (46 Photos)
May 2,1968 - beginning of the "May 68" student (social!) protest in Paris, France (following months of conflicts between students and authorities at the University of Paris at Nanterre, the administration shut down that university on this day)
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'i am a man' - american civil rights protest, 1960s [link to series of images] Are we really going back to these days in this country?
'i am a man' - american civil rights protest, 1960s [link to series of images]. I can't believe we're refighting for basic rights. (ditto.)
'i am a man' - american civil rights protest, 1960s [link to series of images]
Images Of The 1960s Protest Signs That Changed The World « Art-Sheep
'i am a man' - american civil rights protest, 1960s #photography
"i am a man" ~ american civil rights protest, 1960's
I am a man - 1960s Civil Rights protester
Protesting in Grant Park during the DNC, 1968, Chicago.
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Protesting in Grant Park during the DNC, 1968, Chicago. Without getting to political, The democratic convention in Chicago 1968 turned into police brutality against the protesters and chaos on the streets.
Protesting in Grant Park during the Democratic National Convention, 1968, Chicago, uncredited
Stop 4: The Chicago Hilton. After the deaths of Martin Luther King and Robert Kennedy in the spring of 1968, the West Side of Chicago went up in flames, and by August Chicago was on edge. The Democratic National Convention drew thousands of anti-war protesters to town, and what began as peaceful--if noisy--demonstrations soon turned violent. For a week, the lead story on the CBS evening news was the brutality of the CPD, but these days, most Chicago cops are great. ChicagoBart606.
#Protesting in Grant Park during the DNC, 1968, Chicago. #grantpark #1968 #dnc #chicago
Protesting in Grant Park during the DNC, 1968, Chicago. I was in Vietnam
NYC. Protesting in Grant Park during the DNC, 1968, Chicago.
Grant Park, Chicago, during the DNC, 45 years ago.
Grant Park, Chicago, during the DNC...1968
Panthers listen to Huey P. Newton give a radio talk during Bobby Seale’s trial, New Haven, May 1970 by Stephen Shames
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8. During the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s, many African-Americans adopted styles that reflected their African culture such as the afro hairstyle.
VINTAGE PHOTOS OF THE BLACK PANTHER PARTY: Black Men and Women working together as one. NOTE: There was never a need for a Black Feminist movement. Black Women and children were ALWAYS accommodated for in Black Nationalists and Pan Afrikanist institutions.
BLACK HISTORY- # NINA SIMONE (seated) ... nicknamed "High Priestess of Soul." She came to be known as the protest singer of the civil rights movement. She wrote "TO BE YOUNG, GIFTED and BLACK" borrowing the title of a play by her friend, Lorraine Vivian Hansberry, which became a popular anthem of the Civil Rights Movement.
During the height of the Black Panther movement, Stephen Shames’ insider status enabled him to create an unrivaled portrait of this social movement during one of the most tumultuous periods in U.S. history. In Black Panthers, New Haven, 1970, the Black Panthers listen to founder Huey P. Newton give a radio talk during co-founder Bobby Seale’s trial in New Haven, CT, May 1970.
Stehen Shames Black Panthers Listening to Huey Newton Give a Speech on the Radio During the Trial of Bobby Seale, New Haven 1970
Panthers listen to Huey P. Newton give a radio talk during Bobby Seal's trial. New Haven, May 1970.
black panter party members | Super Seventies - Members of The Black Panther Party.
❖ Love Being Black ❖ (Members of the Black Panther Party)
The Black Panther Party for Self-Defense (BPP)
Renault Protests: Our immediate strike claims 1.40-hour week at once without reduction in wages; 2. 1,000f Minimum wage; 3. Old-age pension at 60, at 55 for women; 4. A fifth week of paid holidays for the young workers; 5. Revision of social security measures; 6. Freedom for trade unions.
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Mai 68, Paris. Marc Riboud
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MAI 1968......PHOTO DE MARC RIBOUD............SOURCE THEOLDPHOTOALBUM.COM.................
Mai 68 riots, Paris. Marc Riboud ...... Sorbonne in the background
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••• Marc Riboud: Mai 68, Paris, (Place de la Sorbonne).
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* Mai 68 à Paris. photo Marc Riboud
France. May 68, Paris. Marc Riboud.
Paris, Mai 68. Photo: Marc Riboud.
Mai 68 riots, Paris. Marc Riboud
Quanah Parker, Comanche Indian Chief