#OTD20 | October 15, 1969
October 15, 1969: Hundreds of thousands across the U.S. unite in the Moratorium to End the War in Vietnam.
On this day, America witnesses its largest antiwar protest as citizens from every corner voice their opposition to the Vietnam War.
From college campuses to city streets, peaceful protesters, students, and workers come together, showcasing a powerful collective dissent against the conflict.
Amidst a time of political unrest and societal upheaval, the Moratorium's vast scale displays a significant shift in public sentiment, emphasizing a profound desire for peace.
It is a day that marks the strength of the American people's voice, emphasizing that the nation's spirit thrives not just in agreement, but in its democratic right to peaceful protest and dissent.
The Moratorium to End the War in Vietnam and the broader anti-war movement are chronicled in our eye-opening video survey, "Vietnam."
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