30 results found for: subject:"Vietnam War, 1961-1965--Protest movements"

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1972 Nov. 19

Coffin, William Sloane

Lecture by William Sloane Coffin on the Vietnam War

Northampton (Mass.) - Coffin lecture at Smith College following Coffin's return from North Vietnam, bringing back three Prisoners of War.

WFCR Radio Broadcast Collection

1965 Oct. 20

Zinn, Howard, 1922-2010

The new student radicalism part 1

South Hadley (Mass.) - Speaking at Mount Holyoke College on student activism in civil rights and antiwar movements.

WFCR Radio Broadcast Collection

1965 Oct. 20

Zinn, Howard, 1922-2010

The new student radicalism part 2

South Hadley (Mass.) - Speaking at Mount Holyoke College on student activism in civil rights and antiwar movements.

WFCR Radio Broadcast Collection

2013 Aug. 12

Minear, Richard H.

Richard H. Minear: oral history with Daniel Chard

Amherst (Mass.) - Interview with Richard H. Minear, Professor in UMass Amherst Department of History and specialist in Japan. Came to UMass 1971 and remained since -- rising awareness of War in Vietnam and radicalization -- impressed at quality of History Department when he arrived with Lewis Hanke and other national figures -- campus a more lively place in the early 1970s with student e... more

UMass Amherst Oral History Collection

1970 Mar. 15

Bly, Robert

Interview with Robert Bly on Vietnam War

Amherst (Mass.) - Interview with poet Robert Bly, head of American Writers Against the Vietnam War, on rise of antiwar movement; war and violence; Capitalism and American psyche; human biology and political behavior; Richard Nixon; Cold War; Altamont concert.

WFCR Radio Broadcast Collection

1968 Feb. 19

Drucker, Jeffrey

Open meeting with school administration, Curry Hicks Cage, regarding protests against war in Vietnam View of the crowd in the Cage

Amherst (Mass.) - From a series of images of the mass student protests organized by the Ad Hoc Committee On Dow, a "theatrical approach" to protesting the Vietnam War and the use of napalm (see UMass Daily Collegian Feb. 14, 1968).

Jeffrey Drucker Photograph Collection

1968 Feb. 15

Drucker, Jeffrey

Demonstration against Dow Chemical Co. and the war in Vietnam outside Whitmore Hall, UMass Amherst Protesters lining the ramp to the entrance to Whitmore Hall, Herter Hall (under construction) in background

Amherst (Mass.) - From a series of images of the mass student protests organized by the Ad Hoc Committee On Dow, a "theatrical approach" to protesting the Vietnam War and the use of napalm (see UMass Daily Collegian Feb. 14, 1968).

Jeffrey Drucker Photograph Collection

1968 Feb. 15

Drucker, Jeffrey

Sign carried by protester against Dow Chemical Co. and the war in Vietnam outside Whitmore Hall, UMass Amherst 'One should never go where one does not belong -- Dylan'

Amherst (Mass.) - From a series of images of the mass student protests organized by the Ad Hoc Committee On Dow, a "theatrical approach" to protesting the Vietnam War and the use of napalm (see UMass Daily Collegian Feb. 14, 1968).

Jeffrey Drucker Photograph Collection

1968 Feb. 19

Drucker, Jeffrey

Applause given for speaker at the open meeting with school administration, Curry Hicks Cage, regarding protests against war in Vietnam

Amherst (Mass.) - From a series of images of the mass student protests organized by the Ad Hoc Committee On Dow, a "theatrical approach" to protesting the Vietnam War and the use of napalm (see UMass Daily Collegian Feb. 14, 1968).

Jeffrey Drucker Photograph Collection

1968 Feb. 15

Drucker, Jeffrey

Demonstration against Dow Chemical Co. and the war in Vietnam outside Whitmore Hall, UMass Amherst Protesters lining the ramp to the entrance to Whitmore Hall, Herter Hall (under construction) in background

Amherst (Mass.) - From a series of images of the mass student protests organized by the Ad Hoc Committee On Dow, a "theatrical approach" to protesting the Vietnam War and the use of napalm (see UMass Daily Collegian Feb. 14, 1968).

Jeffrey Drucker Photograph Collection