History 112 Notes
History 112 Notes History 112
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Date Created: 04/07/16
History 112 April 7, 2016 1960s continued Hippie Counterculture (NOT the same as the New Left) - Protest of the status quo culture - San Francisco Bay Area - NOT part of the New Left o Opposed the same political forces but had different reactions o Difference between hippies and new left: Left is has very specific political goals Organized structures Will respect Hippies new love ethos Will adopt the wardrobe of hippies Hippie not participating in political roles Associate hippies geographically formal organizational structure Emphasize on private in-action Celebrated the Human Be-in o Took place in 1967 o 25,000 people protesting for nothing in particular o America sees the Hippies as lazy, unacceptable to not support the war - Took critique one step further by ‘dropping out’ of the capitalist, commercial, bureaucratic society o Went to free universities o Alternative schools o Prohibited from using alcohol “dope”- blanket term - Anti- political - Formed co-ops to meet human needs o Free clinics - Not a coherent movement - Style mimicked in popular culture o People mimicked the style but not always a “hippie” Men had long hair but not a hippie Women’s Movement Title 7 - 1 line of act to push the women’s movement o Airline women who were fired at the age of 32 - EEOC did nothing about the women from the air lines - Connects Betty Fernand with the inequities of employments o Women found National Organization for Women o Starts of economic issues st Betty Fernand was 1 president The Pill, approved 1960: difficult to obtain - 1961: Kennedy’s Commissions on the Status of Women o Designed to investigate what things are like for women in the States to help improve these conditions concerning different issue Alimony, widows, adoption laws, employment, motherhood Everything varies between the states - 1963: Equal Pay Act - 1966: National Organization for Women o Betty Friedan, Gloria Steinem Gloria Steinem (journalist): goes undercover as a waitress and investigates some on the claims that women make “good money” Found that the job did not pay or protected from harassment, constant threat for theft Does not go over well with America - “Second Wave feminism” - Radical feminist ideas and groups - 1968 Miss America Pageant protest o Comparing the pageant to a cattle auction o A lot of fire because it seems like women are going against other women - Black is beautiful movement o Horrific race riots that happens in the end of the 1960s o Passage of the civil rights act seem like improvement but NO Riots break out in Urban areas (Detroit, Los Angeles) Orangeburg SC- prominent racial divide Student try to desegregate a bowling lane by protesting 15 students are arrested February 1968: 3 student kills, 27 students wounded 1968 (darkest day in history) April 3, 1968 - High point of the hippies (love) - Martin Luther King Jr. in Memphis to advocate nonviolence and organize biracial march for garbage workers- moving toward next movement goal of economic equality - Assassinated with one gunshot o James Earl Ray arrested for crime o Will prompt racial riots worldwide June 18, 1968 o Robert F. Kennedy running for Democratic Primary before election of 1968- assassinated after winning California Primary o Democratic Party in crisis after these 2 assassinations Democratic National Convention in Chicago illustrates intra-party chaos and generation gap
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