A Yippie Manifesto
by Jerry Rubin
This is a Viet Cong flag on my back. During the recent hearings of the House Un-American Activities Committee in Washington, a friend and I are walking down the street en route to Congress… Continue reading
Dr. King Planning Protests To ‘Dislocate’ Large Cities (1967)
Massive but Nonviolent Campaign Is Sought, Before Congress Adjourns, to Get Federal Aid for Negroes
By GENE ROBERTS Special to The New York Times
ATLANTA, Aug. 15 – The Rev. Dr.… Continue reading
Do we Love the Vietnamese More than our Black Brothers?
By Carol Wallace
On July 18th I sat-in at Newark City Hall, middle of the floor; dialogued gently with all comers including rifle-toting cops; got off pretty nicely to a… Continue reading
Nashville Protests Against Repression of Black Community (1968)
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – People here are taking the offensive against attempts to repress the black community-and the power structure is backing down.
Police rampaged through the ghetto for a week in late… Continue reading
The Young Lords (1970)
A group of revolutionary Puerto Rican youths have occupied a church in El Barrio, New York City’s Puerto Rican ghetto. They have renamed the church La Iglezia de la Gente-People’s Church.
Until last Sunday, this church… Continue reading
Editor’s Note: This was part of an advertisement to obtain info for a Yippie Survival manual. Abbie Hoffman ended up including the input in his Steal This Book!
HOW TO MAKE $80 and not sell grit
1) Do you know… Continue reading
The movement is supposed to be for human liberation: how come the condition of women inside it is no better than outside? We have been trying to educate and agitate around women’s… Continue reading
By Mary Moylan
Mary Moylan was one of the Catonsville 9, who destroyed draft files at a Selective Service office in the suburbs of Baltimore on May 17, 1968. The 9 were convicted of two federal and four state crimes;… Continue reading
By Karen Durbin
In attempting to put together an alphabet soup of the women’s liberation movement, I began to feel that I was assembling some sort of descriptive telephone book for a small city. With each new discovered and defined… Continue reading
People of A New Age (1968)
By Martin Jezer
To experience the contours of the land, to feel its vibrations and penetrate its fogs and mists, is to begin to understand the fears and aspirations that shape its people. Early… Continue reading