In this Real World Connection we get deeper into the conversation as to why Ramón was running from the draft during the Vietnam Conflict. We discuss how the Black, Brown, and poor were sent off to fight and die and how two big movements tried to shine a light on these inequities.

Sources for this episode:
From the website: Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee
Anti-draft protests by SNCC’s Atlanta Project
Wisconsin History Digital Collection
The Chicano Moratorium of 1970 still has plenty of lessons for today By ERNESTO CHÁVEZ

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