Antiwar Demonstration Outside the White House, 1967
Many people, especially young people, took to the streets in opposition to the Vietnam War. Some not only protested the Vietnam War, but advocated that the government do more to address social injustices. In 1962, the Students for a Democratic Society issued the “Port Huron Statement” explaining their standpoint.
Antiwar Demonstration Outside the White House, May 17, 1967. Photograph by Robert Knudsen. White House Photo Office Collection, Lyndon Baines Johnson Presidential Library and Museum.