vietnam war protest

04/12/66

Protesters sit down in front of the Berkeley City Hall, awaiting a speech. Some demonstrators carry effigies labelled, "Famine," "Death," "Pestilence," and "War."

10/18/67

Tribune caption reads, "Protester hauled by feet to paddy wagon. One of scores arrested in today's demonstration."

10/20/67

Youthful draft protesters hold signs and flags.

10/18/67

Police clear the way for employees to enter Oakland's Armed Services Induction Center.

10/18/67

A man with eyeglasses and a beard that screams 1967 wears a robe and holds a cup of coffee and some unidentified pastry while other anti-draft protesters mill about nearby.

10/18/67

Oakland police officers hold protesters at bay in front of the Oakland Armed Services Induction Center. The police appear to be leading people into a paddy wagon. A sign hung on a building on...

10/18/67

Joan Baez -- draft protester, folk singer, apple eater -- sits in front of the entrance to the Armed Services Induction Center with a group of other protesters.

10/18/67

Joan Baez is led away from her sit-in in front of the Oakland Armed Services Induction Center by several Oakland police officers. She carries a flower in her right hand.

10/18/67

In front of the Oakland Armed Services Induction Center, police arrest an African American draft protester and haul him into a paddy wagon.

10/17/67

Fish-eye view of intersection of 16th and Clay Streets in downtown Oakland. Police officers have cordoned off the intersection, holding draft protesters at bay.

10/18/67

Police clear the street (Clay?) of protesters.

10/16/67

Protesters -- including one elderly lady -- clock the entrance to Oakland's Armed Services Induction Center.

10/16/67

Protesters including Joan Baez block the entrance to the Armed Services Induction Center on Clay Street, Oakland.

10/16/67

Protesters including Joan Baez block the entrance to the Armed Services Induction Center on Clay Street, Oakland.

Handwritten on back, "Joan Baez overparked." In the foreground of the...

10/16/67

Oakland police officers keep crowds of protesters at bay as they negotiate with a group that is blocking the entrance to the Induction Center.

10/16/67

Oakland police officers fill up a paddy wagon with arrested demonstrators.

10/16/67

Handwritten on back, "Inductees." A line of young men make their way past a protective line of Oakland police officers wearing riot helmets and carrying night sticks.

05/16/67

Joan Baez and other anti-war protesters block the entrance to the Armed Forces Induction Center on Clay Street in Oakland. Police officers negotiate with the protesters.

05/16/67

Joan Baez and other anti-war protesters block the entrance to the Armed Forces Induction Center on Clay Street in Oakland. Police officers negotiate with the protesters.

The Milwaukee 14
n.d.

Poster consists of blue and black print on white paper. Image depicts 14 men standing shoulder to shoulder with a cityscape in the background. Text reads "THe Milwaukee 14 / On September 24th 1968...

Kent State University
Late 20th - Early 21st Century

Poster consists of a black border on a yellow background. Image depicts the National Guard soldiers on the Kent State University Campus with their weapons drawn. Text in top right corner reads "...

10/16/67

Protesters including Joan Baez block the entrance to the Armed Services Induction Center on Clay Street, Oakland.

1968

Book, titled "Manual for Draft-Age Immigrants to Canada" edited by Mark Satin, published by The Toronto Anti-Draft Program, House of Anasi, Toronto, 1968.

Dec-72

a) Pamphlet titled "Some Friendly Suggestions for Holiday Gifts and Alternatives." b) Flyer titled "Alternative Stores - San Francisco Bay Area" A) is a pamphlet made of three double pages with...

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