San Francisco: Civil Action Day Committee, 1967. Vintage poster for a anti-Vietnam War protest, organized by the Civil Day Action Committee, and held at the Oakland Induction Center on December 18, 1967.
These protests came two months after one of the largest anti-War actions, Stop the Draft Week, in which thousands of protesters blocked access to the Induction Center, burned draft cards, and engaged in other nonviolent actions, until the police used force to remove and arrest the protesters, leading to further resistance. The December protests followed a similar pattern, with protesters even laying down in front of buses full of recruits, while the police responded with more restraint in removing protesters.
11.25 x 17 inches. Very Good plus, with light toning overall and minor bruising to the edges, partially affecting some text at the bottom.