Berkeley: a history of disobedience

Berkeley: a history of disobedience - in pictures

Berkeley: a history of disobedience

Berkeley: a history of disobedience - in pictures

An anti-war demonstrator at the University of California, Berkeley throws a tear gas cannister at police during a student strike to protest .

Berkeley: a history of disobedience

Berkeley: a history of disobedience - in pictures

On June 1966 Stokely Carmichael proclaimed at a mass rally in Greenwood MS, "What we need is Black power." Although this phrase had been used before by Richard Wright and others, this was the time it had been used as a slogan in the civil rights movement.

Berkeley: a history of disobedience

Berkeley: a history of disobedience - in pictures

National guardsmen, called out by Governor Reagan to quell demonstrations, surround a Vietnam war protester during the People’s Park riot. The guardsmen herded protesters into a carpark with bayonets

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Jack Nicholson plays with his daughter, Jennifer, on the deck of his home overlooking Franklin Canyon, Los Angeles, 1969

Berkeley: a history of disobedience

Berkeley: a history of disobedience - in pictures

Members of the Womens Organization to War on Styles (WOW) picket a dress shop in Berkeley in 1947 in protest to longer skirts and padded hips.

Berkeley: a history of disobedience

Berkeley: a history of disobedience - in pictures

The Californian city has always been a hotbed of civil unrest. As it takes on ‘Big Soda’, we look back at its history of protest

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