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Students Protest the U.S. Invasion of Cambodia, 1970
Students Protest the U.S. Invasion of Cambodia, 1970
TitleStudents Protest the U.S. Invasion of Cambodia, 1970
Date Original1970/05/00
Subject TopicalCambodia; Kent State University; Foster Avenue; Covenant Headquarters; Engebretson, Milton; Presidents; Political Parades & Rallies; Evangelical Covenant Church; North Park College
NoteThe American invasion of Cambodia in the spring of 1970 followed by the killing of four Kent State University students by National Guard troops resulted in protests and violence on many college campuses. Following the convocation a group of students marched down Foster Avenue to Covenant headquarters to request that the denomination take a moral stand on the crisis. President Milton Engebretson addressed the students and said he would bring the matter up at the annual meeting of the denomination.
Description physicalPhotographic Print, 6.5''x4.75''
TypeImage
Related SourceCAHL_5330
RightsCopyright of this image is managed by the Covenant Archives and Historical Library or we have been unable to identify the copyright holder. To obtain a copy of the image, for publication permissions, or if you can help us identify the copyright holder, please email archives@northpark.edu
CollectionHistorical Photograph Collection (North Park University)
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