“Angry Arts” Against the War Peace Walk

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"After the Artists’ Protest Committee had mounted the Peace Tower, another organization, the “Angry Arts” of Southern California, took over the mantle of protesting the Vietnam War. Less specifically rooted in the visual art community, the creative protest activities that took place in June and July of 1967 included poetry readings, film screenings, theatrical performances, and a sale of some of the paintings that had been on display at the Peace Tower."
“Angry Arts” Against the War Peace Walk