Anti-War Movement

By: Samantha Green

About the anti-war movement

The anti-war movement were complaints and statements towards the Vietnam war. Many were protesters. Protesters would walk streets and hold up signs to demote war. The people were also named "hippies" or "war doves". The most famous moment in the movement, May 4th 1970, was the students of Kent State. A loud noise spooked the guards and began open firing to the crowd. 4 were killed while 10 were injured.