peace 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."

10/20/67

Youthful draft protesters hold signs and flags.

10/18/67

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

10/18/67

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

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

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

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.

10/18/67

Police clear the street (Clay?) of protesters.

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.

10/16/67

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

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

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.

11/20/65

"Gary Goodrow, VDC leader with flowers in bowler hat, addresses tired marchers at deFremery Park."

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.

10/26/83

Description: An older man with a wirey beard squints into the sun and holds a sign readng "US Airbourne out of Grenada" and a pamphlet about "Grenada: The peaceful revolution." He is part of a...

10/26/83

Description: Gary Dobson of the Mt. Diablo Peace Center speaks to a small group of people holding anti-war signs and standing around the edge of a building's front lawn. Some signs read, "Let US...

10/26/83

Description: Gary Dobson at the Mt. Diablo Peace Center speaks to a small group of people holding anti-war signs. Some signs read, "Let US never be aggressors. Blessed are the peacemakers," "US...

No U.S. Ties To South Africa
Late 20th Early 21st Century

This poster has a red background inside a _ inch white margin. All text and images are white. Large text at the top reads "No U.S. Ties To South Africa". There is a white imprint of an arm and...

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