"Hello Democrats! Welcome to Chicago" 1968, police guarding the Democratic National Convention from nearby protesters

Welcome to Chicago" 1968 police guarding the Democratic National Convention from nearby protesters

information on the Democratic National Convention - mentioned in the source about The Bowery, New York Citty - (Leand Bobbe photographs and captions page) may be helpful for connections to  research on NYC during the 1970s

Wikipedia Edmund Muskie - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Former active politician and United States Secretary of State during the or

Fannie Lou Hamer was born today in 1917. She was an organizer of Mississippi Freedom Summer for the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee and then went to the 1964 Democratic National Convention as the Vice-Chair of the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, demanding to be seated. Her uncompromising, plain-spoken advocacy embarrassed Hubert Humphrey and enraged President Johnson. She was seated as a member of Mississippi's official delegation to the Democratic National Convention of…

ON October activist, Fannie Lou Hamer was born.She was instrumental in organizing Mississippi Freedom Summer for the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), and later became the Vice-Chair of the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party.

Monday, August 26, 1968 — Aretha Franklin sings the national anthem at the opening ceremonies of the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago.

Monday, August 1968 — Aretha Franklin sings the national anthem at the opening ceremonies of the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago.

Chicago, 1968    Antiwar demonstrators protesting US involvement in the Vietnam War outside the Democratic National convention; photo by Charles H. Phillips

Chicago, 1968 A sad day emerged from the Antiwar demonstrators protesting US involvement in the Vietnam War outside the Democratic National convention; photo by Charles H.

May 16, 2017, 3:00 pm The MC5 Performs at the 1968 Chicago Democratic National Convention, Right Before All Hell Breaks Loose http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/OpenCulture/~3/LjsLv25jcZ0/the-mc5-performs-at-the-1968-chicago-democratic-national-convention-right-before-all-hell-breaks-loose.html  The ability to create makes life fulfilling. I’m forever awed and grateful for the amazing talent all around us. Take inspiration from this… “always be creating!”   Visit o

The Performs at the 1968 Chicago Democratic National Convention Right Before All Hell Breaks Loose

1968 Democratic National Convention - riots result from Dem delegates choosing against popular vote

Discover Hubert H. Humphrey famous and rare quotes. Share Hubert H. Humphrey quotations about wisdom, wit and politics. "It was once said that the moral test.

On August 26, 1968, the Democratic National Convention begins in Chicago (confrontations between protesters and the Chicago Police make it the most violent in U.S. history).

ThanksOn August the Democratic National Convention begins in Chicago (confrontations between protesters and the Chicago Police make it the most violent in U.

Police and demonstrators clash near the Conrad Hilton Hotel on Chicago's Michigan Avenue August 28, 1968, during the Democratic National Convention.

50 Years Ago in Photos: A Look Back at 1968

Things haven't changed much in almost 50 years - protesters vs. police at the 1968 democratic national convention in Chicago

At a rally outside the U.S. Courthouse October 29, 1969, Dr. Benjamin Spock, background, listens to Fred Hampton, chairman of the Illinois Black Panther party speak at a protest against the trial of eight persons accused of conspiracy to cause a riot during the Democratic National Convention in 1968. (AP/stf)

At a rally outside the U.S. Courthouse October 29, 1969, Dr. Benjamin Spock, background, listens to Fred Hampton, chairman of the Illinois Black Panther party speak at a protest against the trial of eight persons accused of conspiracy to cause a riot during the Democratic National Convention in 1968. (AP/stf)

National Guard and police take position around the Democratic National Convention headquarters being held in Chicago responding to thousands of protesters arriving from across the country 1968 [1600x1092]

National Guard and police take position around the Democratic National Convention headquarters being held in Chicago, responding to thousands of protesters arriving from across the country, 1968

National Guardsmen at the Conrad Hilton Hotel at the Democratic National Convention. more disturbing TV news.

Democratic National Convention - 1968 - How I spent my first summer working in downtown Chicago.

The Vietnam War: The Pictures That Moved That Most:  YOICHI OKAMOTO - As tens of thousands of anti-war protestors rioted in Chicago during the 1968 Democratic National Convention, President Johnson and his family watched from the bedroom at his ranch in Stonewall, Texas. Yoichi Okamoto—LBJ Library

The Vietnam War Pictures That Moved Them Most

The Vietnam War: The Pictures That Moved That Most: YOICHI OKAMOTO - As tens of thousands of anti-war protestors rioted in Chicago during the 1968 Democratic National Convention, President Johnson and his family watched from the bedroom at his ranch in Stonewall, Texas. Yoichi Okamoto—LBJ Library

1968 Democratic National Convention | Chicago's 1968 Democratic National Convention

Chicago's 1968 Democratic National Convention

Mayor Richard J. Daley of Chicago struggled to be heard at a microphone as shouts from spectators in the galleries drowned out his voice at the 1968 Democratic National Convention.

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