National Guardsmen questioning people at anti-Vietnam War protests at Grant Park during the Democratic National Convention in Chicago, 1968 [1053 x 704] ...
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National Guardsmen questioning people at anti-Vietnam War protests at Grant Park during the Democratic National Convention in Chicago, 1968 [1053 x 704]
Protesters face off with armed National Guardsmen during the Democratic National Convention Chicago Illinois August 28
It was the fourth day of protests by Kent State students following President Nixon's announcement that U.S. troops were being sent into Cambodia.
The National Guard keeps a close eye on protesters during the Democratic National Convention in August
... used to attend the annual memorial for the four students who were killed and the nine who were wounded by National Guardsmen during an anti-war protest ...
U.S. anti-Vietnam War protesters at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. A placard to the right reads "Use your head – not your draft card".
Four students killed at Kent State University, by Ohio National Guard, as they were protesting Vietnam War, unarmed.
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The National Guard made numerous arrests and used tear gas; at least one student was slightly wounded with a bayonet.
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Ohio National Guard moving in on protesting students at Kent State University. May 4, 1970. AP Photo
650 campuses on strike. Click to see interactive maps and lists of campuses on strike in May 1970 (Mapping American Social Movements Project)
“National Guard personnel with rifles, bayonets fixed,” Photo Courtesy Kent State University Libraries. Special Collections and Archives
National Guard troops drive University of New Mexico students out of the union building, during the nationwide campus unrest of May 1970.
Black Opposition to Vietnam. Demonstrators at the Harlem Peace March to End Racial Oppression, 1967.
Police rush a crowd of protesters and make arrests on July 9 in Baton Rouge. (Mark Wallheiser/Getty Images)
Laurel Krause says: ALLISON KRAUSE, my sister, died for PEACE in America when she was peacefully protesting on her Kent State University campus, May 4, ...
When Ohio National Guardsmen fired sixty-seven gun shots in thirteen seconds at Kent State University (KSU) on May 4, 1970, they murdered four unarmed, ...
Demonstrators against the Vietnam War holding signs on the boardwalk during the 1964 Democratic National Convention
This demonstration took place on August 10, 1968 as Chicago was preparing to host the Democratic National Convention.
Members of the New York delegation protest against the Vietnam War during the 1968 Democratic National
Kerstin Cornell yells outside the office of University of Michigan President Lee Bollinger during a sit
Protesters with placard reading 'Stop the war' and soldiers looking on. Protests against the Vietnam War
Cornelis Vreeswijk, Fred Åkerström, Gösta Cervin in a protest march against the Vietnam War in Stockholm, 1965
High school and college students protested Trump's inauguration at Seattle Central College in January. AP Photo/Elaine Thompson
Marion Johnson, commander of National Guard troops, turns back a group of African Americans seeking to enter Central High School. He was acting on orders of ...
Protesters marching as part of an Asian Americans for Peace Rally in Little Tokyo. Los Angeles, January 17, 1970. Courtesy of the Gidra Collection.
1960s photojournalists showed the world some of the most dramatic moments of the Vietnam War through
National Guardsmen questioning people at anti-Vietnam War protests at Grant Park during the Democratic National Convention in Chicago, 1968.