November 10, 2014

Vietnam Protesters Return to the Hill

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By TALIA JUBAS

Former members of the Students for a Democratic Society — an organization responsible for a wide breadth of protests at Cornell in the 1960s — along with former faculty members returned to the Hill to speak at a teach-in Monday night.

The speakers, most of whom were students at Cornell during a time of growing resistance to the Vietnam War, recalled during the teach-in — a part of a two-day commemoration of activism in the ’60s — the complex political atmosphere on campus that they said was difficult to escape.

Former members of the Students for a Democratic Society — an organization responsible for a wide breadth of protests at Cornell in the 1960s — along with former faculty members returned to the Hill to speak at a teach-in Monday night. (Darien Kim / Sun Staff Photographer)

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