The anti war protests against the United States involvement in the Vietnam War.
United States USA Date:1967, April 18 Duration:2 min 4 sec Sound:Yes
Anti-war protests in the United States. New York: pacifist protesters march and demonstrate against the United States involvement in the Vietnam War from the Central park to the UN headquarters building. Masses of people including doctors,teachers and businessmen on streets. People dressed in different costumes as they protest. Young men participate in burning their draft cards while a crowd gathers around to watch the draft card burning. Martin Luther King, an African American civil rights activist walks with other officials advocating peace. Policemen drag a protester. Scene changes to San Francisco: 50000 people carry banners as they protest the war in Vietnam and march to the Kezar Stadium for a mass assembly. People push each other during the protest as pro-war demonstrators clash with anti-war demonstrators and pacifists. A huge crowd gathered at a stadium.
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