The Vietnam War, Campus Unrest, and Assassinations: The Darkest Days of the 1960s
Nov. 21, 2019, 2 - 3:15 p.m.
VSTA 204, Dandini Campus
Humanities faculty Thomas Cardoza and Wade Hampton will present on how Vietnam ripped America apart. Objectives and failures of the war effort, student protests, and assassinations all shaped the culture of America and has left a lasting impact.
The Library Committee is presenting a series of four presentations on the impacts of the 1960s upon the soul of the American Experience. These faculty presentations include: