SOURCE: Seattle Times
50 Years Ago, ‘The Dude’ Didn’t Abide. He Helped Lead Thousands in Protest at UW After Students Shot at Kent State.
Before inspiring "The Dude," Jeff Dowd was a Seattle activist who led students to block Interstate 5 in Seattle to protest the war in Vietnam and the killing of students by the National Guard at Kent State.
by James Thornton Harris
An HNN Contributing Editor reflects on how the Kent State killings pushed him to student activism and the legacy of protest fifty years later.
SOURCE: Inside Higher Ed
by Jonathan Zimmerman
We should use this moment to recapture some of the initial spirit of the option, argues Jonathan Zimmerman.
SOURCE: Middle East Forum
by Daniel Pipes
That takeover and bust culminated my political education.
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