This gallery presents photos from the April 27, 1968 march to end the war. It was led by GIs for Peace and had many other groups represented.
GIs for Peace Join the Peace Movement
Protests that started on campus, moved into the community, then confronted the draft system, next spread into the armed forces directly. “GI’s for Peace” became the leading banner in the April 27, 1968 march against the war in Vietnam. This march was on of many that occurred as the anti-war movement spread into the armed services and into every state of the union.