Counterculture Movement in the US: 1964-1972 Tuesday
Counterculture Movement in the US: 1964-1972
3/30/2021Discounts & Other Fees:
$5 Resident Discount
- Zoom - FCAAE Secure Class Link
- Robert Rodrigues
- Tuesday 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Live Zoom video class - bring your questions! Class will be recorded by FCAAE and available for one week.
- To protect your privacy, the recording will only contain video of the Instructor. If you ask questions, only your audio will be recorded.
New! The Vietnam War was in some sense a “civil war” in the United States. As young people sought new avenues of expression and protested the draft, a counterculture emerged, originally beginning in San Francisco and spreading across the nation.
The music that emerged from this era has left a profound effect on American pop culture.Join Robert M. Rodrigues, MA, MEd, for a one night lecture and presentation - complete with some of the music - as we take a look at the counterculture movement in the United States during the years 1964-1972.
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- Class Fee $20.00