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ROCK’N’ROLL, POLÍTICA E HISTÓRIA: "tres días de paz y música".

February 2, 2008

El festival de Woodstock sucedido de 15 a 18 de Agosto de 1969 (em uma fazenda próxima da cidade de Woodstock no Estado de New York) llegó en medio de un conflicto militar en el extranjero y la revolução social no país com a extensão dos direitos civis. The March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom was a large political rally that took place in Washington, D.C. on August 28, 1963. Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered his historic “I Have a Dream” speech advocating racial harmony at the Lincoln Memorial during the march. Approximately 250,000 people took part in the march; it is estimated that 200,000 were African American and 50,000 were white. (The march was organized by a group of civil rights, labor, and religious organizations. Following the march, the Civil Rights Act (1964) and the National Voting Rights Act (1965) were passed).
The Woodstock Music and Art Fair Fue el más grande bash de la contracultura y es un recordatorio de la juventud y el exceso de hedonismo de los años 60. Se trata de una culminación de lo que significó la contracultura : as bandas foram chamadas pela geração que estava questionando a direção da sociedade americana e constituiu o contrapeso mais decisivo para apaziguar a discordia racial en el país. Muchos de los más grandes artistas de los años 60 estaban en el Festival, y es su influencia en la juventud que los pusieron junto a una granja de Bethel, en la lucha contra el mal tiempo, la escasez de alimentos y el saneamiento deficiente . El sitio de Woodstock se convirtió, durante cuatro días, un countercultural mini-nación: as mentes estaban abiertas. Se trata de un festival donde cerca de 500.000 “hippies” se reunieron para celebrar bajo el lema de “tres días de paz y música”.
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Woodstock in 1969

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