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Scope/Content: The opening of UCI coincided with the politically-charged climate of the 1960s. Students for a Democratic Society (SDS), a left-wing radical organization started by students in Michigan in 1959, had an active chapter on campus. They led protests of the Vietnam War and fought for racial equality and academic freedom. This group of photos displays their gatherings on UCI campus. Annotations/Markings: Handwritten on sheet: "SDS Demonstration"
Original: contact sheet of black-and-white negatives
35mm. 21 items
Early UCI Campus Students Protests Students for a Democratic Society (U.S.) SDS S.D.S.
University of California, Irvine Irvine (Calif.)
Scanned: 21 negatives of 21
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