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  1. Antiwar Movement Spreads Among Tech Workers

    Scientific American1 day ago

    This trend made news last spring when Google employees protested its involvement in a military program called Maven, which harnesses artificial intelligence for identifying targets.

  2. On Sept. 7, 1968, a group of women, maybe 200 in all, from across the country, converged on Atlantic City in New Jersey to protest the 42nd Miss America pageant. The protesters ...

  3. Later that year, hand-waving Hatch called antiwar protesters “nutcakes.” The irony, of course, is that no one in their right mind would defend that war now. We were mocked back ...

  4. Endorsements in Tennessee election campaigns don’t usually draw international headlines. It has never been clear to me why anyone would care about the political loyalties of a pop singer (or ...

  5. Fifty years ago, on Oct. 16, 1968, John Carlos and Tommie Smith stood atop the Olympic medal stand — atop the world, really, at an elevation of 7,400 feet — in Mexico City. As the United States ...

  6. During that time, Silber had produced stories for CBS and ABC news, a number of documentaries for PBS and, earlier, a string of highly regarded independent documentaries, including, with Barry ...

  7. Perspective | The myth of the angry mob

    Washington Post4 days ago

    But by the 1960s, fear of the angry mob became a tool to attack grass-roots organizing in the civil rights movement and student antiwar protests. Opponents branded Martin Luther ...

  8. As a filmmaker, one hopes a film will last. Glenn Silber’s 1979 Oscar-nominated documentary “The War at Home” is finding a new audience decades after its initial release. The Santa Fe-based ...

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