Chapter 18: Taking a Stand

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Taking a Stand

In the 1960s and 1970s, Minnesotans joined with others nationwide to speak out for changes they wanted to see in society and government. Activists used different strategies to bring attention to causes they believed in, such as ending the Vietnam War. Hear stories of those who fought for this, as well as for equal opportunities for African Americans, American Indians, and women.


Setting the Stage for Civil Rights

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