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-- “bra burning”: started in the 60s, idea that bras are a sign of patriarchal repression. C. Gay Power: -- Stonewall Riot (1969): concerted effort to have gays recognized, as a started not just an apparition. Greater encouragement for people to come out. Gay night club that was raided by police fairly routine, on this occasion, many patrons started fighting back, and escalated into a riot in New York, Wounded Knee of the gay rights movement. D. Native American Rights -- American Indian Movement (AIM): AIM members who r involved at a protest at Wounded Knee, several are killed by the FBI, Wounded Knee is important touchstone. -- Wounded Knee (II) (1972): E. Chicano Movement -- Cesar Chavez: he called for unionization fo the agricultural Chicano workers and racial pride. F. The Ecology Movement: “love your mother” first earth day 1970, celebrated every ten years. G. The Hippies: recognizable icons. Represent something different from the new left, they are anti war, less politically engaged, interested in love, sexual and Christian, drugs major part, spirituality, rebelling against the status quo but less organized way then say Black Panthers. Interested in separating themselves.
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-- Summer of Love (1967): physical center of hippies is San Francisco. Height of hippie activity. -- Haight-Ashbury: -- Woodstock (August 1969): other height of hippie activity. Woodstock music concert, it is a massive concert, 400,000 people attended this concert, initially people buy tickets for, quickly becomes free concert, articulation of the values of the era peace, love, harmony. Non violent gathering. New ideal of city upon the hill.
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