Guerra in Vietnam: proteste degli studenti e repressione


La foto, tratta da Wikipedia mostra Mary Vecchio, inginocchiata sul corpo di Jeffrey Miller, una delle vittime del 4 maggio 1970 alla Kent State University, mentre piange disperatamente. Fu una delle immagini più durature della tragedia, e fece vincere a John Filo un Premio Pulitzer per la fotografia.

© John Filo

34 canzoni in questo gruppo

4th of July
(Beach Boys)
Alice Was Her Name
(Ruth Jacobs)
Ballad of William White
(Willow Macky)
(Malvina Reynolds)
Chicago (We Can Change The World)
(Graham Nash)
Chicago Seven
(Memphis Slim)
Diana (Part I & II)
(Paul Kantner)
Driving Through Mythical America
(Pete Atkin)
Fallin' Rain
(Link Wray)
Find the Cost of Freedom
(Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young)
For What It's Worth
(Buffalo Springfield)
Hallelujah, I'm a Bum
(Barbara Dane)
Hey America America
(Children of The Morning)
Hey Sandy
(Harvey Andrews)
Hitler Ain't Dead
(Bill Frederick)
Instant Sentence (Talking Law and Order Blues)
(Malvina Reynolds)
Jackson-Kent Blues
(Steve Miller Band)
Long Black Wall
(Michael Jerling)
Monday in May (the Kent State Tragedy)
(Third Condition)
(Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young)
Peace Frog
(The Doors)
Sit Down Young Stranger
(Gordon Lightfoot)
Student Demonstration Time
(Beach Boys)
The Ballad of Bill White
(Glen Tomasetti)
The Chicago Conspiracy
(David Peel & The Lower East Side)
The Fourth Day Of May
(Thom Bishop)
The Kent State Massacre
(Barbara Dane)
The Knife
The World Today
(John Lee Hooker)
Tin Omen
(Skinny Puppy)
Uneasy Rider
(Charlie Daniels Band)
What About Me
(Quicksilver Messenger Service)
What We're Fighting For
(Dave Dudley)
William Butler Yeats Visits Lincoln Park And Escapes Unscathed
(Phil Ochs)

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