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
Letter From a Navajo Indian to the U.S. Army
By Raymond Beletso
Dear Mr. D. D. Spahr:
This letter is in answer to the two notices or Questionnaires you have sent to me in the last 6 weeks, this last… Continue reading
The Woodstock Experience (1969)
You could see them sitting around fires, maybe near a lean-to they had built from leaves and branches or near some crummy outasite truck or next to a big worn green tent. The new family. Tribes… Continue reading