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Welcome back folks lets review the cold war if the class gets it all right you get an a

WELCOME BACK FOLKS

Lets review the Cold War!

If the class gets it all right you get an “A”

-Yes, use your notes!

Objective: Explain why 3 groups were dissatisfied with American society in the 1960s


Welcome back folks lets review the cold war if the class gets it all right you get an a

1960s Student Protest of Vietnam War

VS.

1950s Clean Teen


Mario savio students for a democratic society

Mario Savio “Students for a Democratic Society”

  • There's a time when the operation of the machine becomes so odious—makes you so sick at heart—that you can't take part. You can't even passively take part. And you've got to put your bodies upon the gears and upon the wheels, upon the levers, upon all the apparatus, and you've got to make it stop. And you've got to indicate to the people who run it, to the people who own it that unless you're free, the machine will be prevented from working at all.”

What do you think the machine is a metaphor for ?

How does Savio want people to stop the machine?


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Counterculture idealistic youth (influenced by beat movement of the 1950s)

-non-conformists: rejected fashion, tradition, and morals

White, poor and middle class youth opposed conformity of elders

-”Tune in, turn on, drop out”

Timothy Leary

Left school, home, work, trying to create an idyllic community

-hippies characterized by:

rock music, radical appearance, drug use, communal living, eastern religions, Haight-Ashbury center of the counterculture movement


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Changing Culture

-hippie generation left its cultural influence in fine arts and social attitudes that still exist today

-pop art focused on everyday looking art, bright and mass produced

Andy Warhol- most well-known pop art artist

-fashion trends blue jeans, tie-dye, bandanas, love beads, military garments

-rock music

British Invasion (Beatles)

form of protest, helped rock become mainstream

Woodstock, 1969 free music festival in NY for 3 days

-sexual revolution: casual and permissive attitudes

-conservative backlash— some people thought America was losing sense of right and wrong


Protest button of the 60 s

Protest Button of the 60’s

Grab supplies wait for your topic or movement

Front: Image or Slogan

Score: 10 pts

Back: Summary of the goals and major people

Score: 15 pts

Latino Rights: 975

Anti War Movement: 950

Women’s Rights: 983

American Indian: 977

Environment: 1025


Rachel carson

Rachel Carson

  • Wrote Silent Spring about the increasing use of pesticides, DDT, that killed birds, fish, and other creatures – influenced Americans to look at environmental issues


Earth day

Earth Day

  • April 22 - Started in the 1970 to devote a day to addressing the country’s environmental concerns


Environmental protection agency

Environmental Protection Agency

  • EPA – enforce pollution standards, promote research, coordinate anti-pollution activities


Fortunate son creedence clearwater revival

Fortunate Son- Creedence Clearwater Revival

  • Some folks are born made to wave the flag,Ooh, they're red, white and blue.And when the band plays "Hail to the chief",Ooh, they point the cannon at you, Lord,It ain't me, it ain't me, I ain't no senator's son, son.It ain't me, it ain't me; I ain't no fortunate one, no,Yeah!Some folks are born silver spoon in hand,Lord, don't they help themselves, oh.But when the taxman comes to the door,Lord, the house looks like a rummage sale, yes,It ain't me, it ain't me, I ain't no millionaire's son, no.It ain't me, it ain't me; I ain't no fortunate one, no.Some folks inherit star spangled eyes,Ooh, they send you down to war, Lord,And when you ask them, "How much should we give?"Ooh, they only answer More! more! more! yoh,


Rainy day women bob dylan

Rainy Day Women – Bob Dylan

  • Well, theyll stone ya when youre trying to be so good,Theyll stone ya just a-like they said they would.Theyll stone ya when youre tryin to go home.Then theyll stone ya when youre there all alone.But I would not feel so all alone,Everybody must get stoned.Well, theyll stone ya when youre walkin long the street.Theyll stone ya when youre tryin to keep your seat.Theyll stone ya when youre walkin on the floor.Theyll stone ya when youre walkin to the door.But I would not feel so all alone,Everybody must get stoned.Theyll stone ya when youre at the breakfast table.Theyll stone ya when you are young and able.Theyll stone ya when youre tryin to make a buck.Theyll stone ya and then theyll say, good luck.Tell ya what, I would not feel so all alone,Everybody must get stoned.


Let s get together the youngbloods

Let’s Get Together- The Youngbloods

  • C'mon people now,Smile on your brotherEv'rybody get togetherTry and love one another right nowIf you hear the song I sing,You must understandYou hold the key to love and fearAll in your trembling handJust one key unlocks them bothIt's there at your commandC'mon people now,Smile on your brotherEv'rybody get togetherTry and love one another right now

  • Love is but the song we sing,And fear's the way we dieYou can make the mountains ringOr make the angels cryKnow the dove is on the wingAnd you need not know whyC'mon people now,Smile on your brotherEv'rybody get togetherTry and love one another right nowSome will come and some will goWe shall surely passWhen the one that left us hereReturns for us at lastWe are but a moments sunlightFading in the grass


Volunteers jefferson airplane

Volunteers- Jefferson Airplane

  • Look what’s happening out in the streetsGot a revolution got to revolution

  • Hey I’m dancing down the streetsGot a revolution got to revolution

  • Ain’t it amazing all the people I meetGot a revolution got to revolution

  • One generation got oldOne generation got soulThis generation got no destination to holdPick up the cry

  • Hey now it’s time for you and meGot a revolution got to revolution

  • Come on now we’re marching to the seaGot a revolution got to revolution

  • Who will take it from youWe will and who are weWe are volunteers of America


San francisco scott mckenzie

San Francisco - Scott McKenzie

  • If you're goin' to San Francisco Be sure to wear some flowers in your hair If you're goin' to San Francisco You're gonna meet some gentle people there For those who come to San Francisco Summertime will be a love-in there In the streets of San Francisco Gentle people with flowers in their hair All across the nation Such a strange vibration People in motion There's a whole generation With a new explanation People in motion, people in motion For those who come to San Francisco Be sure to wear some flowers in your hair If you come to San Francisco Summertime will be a love-in there


New left

New Left

  • A political movement in 1960s (especially among college students) marked by advocacy of radical changes in government, politics, and society.


Students for a democratic society

Students for a Democratic Society

  • Protested Vietnam, poverty, racism, etc – Port Huron Statement that called for participatory democracy


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Women’s Movement

-feminism

belief in equality with men economically, socially, & politically

-more women in the workforce but jobs still restricted called “glass ceiling”

-Betty Freidan led movement wrote

“Feminine Mystique”, 1963

book called on women to examine their lives for true happiness

-book helped spark the women’s movement for millions, more organized due to success of Civil Rights Movement

-Group that opposed women’s liberation called the NEW RIGHT


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Women Fight for Rights

-NOW established National Organization for Women, helped found by Betty Friedan

-Equal Employment Opportunity Commission investigated discrimination claims

-Equal Pay Act passed

-Gloria Steinem editor of Ms. Magazine

-Roe v. Wade, 1973

made abortion legal

-Title IX: outlawed sexual discrimination in schools, equal funding of athletics

-ERA equal rights amendment never was ratified by the needed 38 states, opposed by Phyllis Schlaffy


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Latino Rights

-great increase in Latino populations

-many lived in segregated barrios Spanish speaking neighborhoods -faced discrimination and poverty

-Cesar Chavez

United Farm Workers unionize and protest, also boycotted grape industry

-fight for better education and political power

Demand equal opportunity and respect for culture

La Raza Unida (Latino Political Party) formed by Jose Gutierrez, several candidates elected to local office


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Native Americans

-US policy toward Indians had always been a failure

Bleak with Indians having little control

-American Indian Movement

wanted faster changes and reforms of Indian policy

Often a militant group that was known for using violence

protests of broken treaties “Trail of Broken Treaties”

-Indian groups won back some tribal lands and have been given greater control over Indian affairs


1 what was an important outcome of the native american legal battles in the 1970s and 1980s

1.What was an important outcome of the Native American legal battles in the 1970s and 1980s?

  • Some tribes regained lost lands

  • Public schools were forced to accept reservation children

  • Native American women achieved equal rights with men

  • The government improved reservation housing


2 what success did the women s movement achieve in the 1970s

2.What success did the women’s movement achieve in the 1970s?

  • Ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment

  • A ban on gender discrimination in all school-related programs receiving federal funding

  • Equal representation in the nation’s law and medical schools

  • The shattering of the so-called “glass ceiling”


3 with which person or persons of the 1960s 1970s would conservatives have been most comfortable

3.With which person or persons of the 1960s/1970s would conservatives have been most comfortable?

  • Timothy Leary

  • Richard Nixon

  • Andy Warhol

  • The Beatles


4 what impact did title ix have on educational institutions in the united states

4.What impact did Title IX have on educational institutions in the United States?

  • Use of quotas for enrollment

  • Creation of standardized testing

  • Gov’t funded school vouchers

  • Equal funding of men and women’s athletics


5 all of the following are legal gains of the women s rights movement except

5.All of the following are legal gains of the women’s rights movement except?

  • Roe v. Wade

  • Title IX

  • Equal Pay Act

  • Equal Rights Amendment


6 which of the following is not true about the hippie or counter culture generation

6.Which of the following is NOT true about the hippie or counter culture generation?

  • Violent incidents and drug use led to the demise of this generation

  • They believed that America was losing its moral sense of right and wrong

  • They frequently practiced transcendental meditation and Eastern religions

  • They were characterized by radical appearances and permissive attitudes towards sex


7 cesar chavez used nonviolent means to organize mexican american

7.Cesar Chavez used nonviolent means to organize Mexican-American

  • Voters

  • Students

  • Farm workers

  • Factory workers


8 the modern feminist movement became more organized and focused after

8.The modern feminist movement became more organized and focused after

  • Passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Civil Rights Movement

  • Publication of the Feminine Mystique

  • Publication of the first issue of Ms. Magazine

  • Founding of the National Women’s political caucus


9 all of the following are true of the latino rights movement except

9. All of the following are true of the Latino Rights movement except

  • They joined with Native Americans to actively protest the federal gov’t

  • They lived in segregated barrios and faced extreme poverty

  • Immigration increased by 6 million in the 1960s

  • They believed in non-violent protests and boycotts


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10. Whose book the Feminine Mystique inspired women to question their lives and began the women’s liberation movement?

  • Phyllis Schlafly

  • Gloria Steinmen

  • Robin Morgan

  • Betty Friedan


Civil rights mini assessment

Civil Rights Mini Assessment

  • Directions: Use your notes to complete the questions fully

  • 1. Explain the significance of Brown v. Board

  • 2. What happened with the crisis in Little Rock?

  • 3. Describe the difference between the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act of 1965

  • 4. Identify 3 non-violent civil rights organizations


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