Open 5 March through 1 August 2016
Kelvin Smith Library and the Western Reserve Historical Society
The U.S. war in Vietnam was a primary instigator of college student activism and protests in the 1960s and 1970s, as well as issues surrounding gender, race, and social justice. This exhibit will feature the visual ephemera –posters, buttons, and, manuscripts- from the collections of Western Reserve Historical Society pertaining to Case Western Reserve University student activism from this era. This exhibit will be on display in the Case Western Reserve University Kelvin Smith Library Art Gallery from March 2016 through Fall 2016. The exhibit is free and open to the public.