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Case Western Reserve University Student Protest in the Vietnam Era

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Kelvin Smith Library Celebration

This guide was created for the Kelvin Smith Library art gallery exhibition entitled “Everybody Look What’s Going Down”: Case Western Reserve University Student Protest Posters and Ephemera from Western Reserve Historical Society, on display during March and April, 2016.

The exhibition and materials have been chosen in support of the Cleveland Humanities Festival taking part during April, 2016, and in particular for a talk given by Professor John Grabowski on Friday, April 8, 2016 entitled "Thirty Four Miles from Kent State: CWRU and the Vietnam War".

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