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Universal City Studios gifted Universal Newsreel to the American people, put the newsreels into the public domain, and gave film materials to the National Archives in 1976. Surviving materials from the entire collection are available at the National Archives and Records Administration in College Park, Maryland.
Demonstrators protest in Central Park, New York City march to UN building.
Antiwar demonstrators protest in Central Park, march to UN building, included students and hippies and priests and nuns, burn draft cards, shouted confrontations with anti-antiwar marchers, prowar signs, Martin Luther King leads procession; another march in downtown San Francisco down Market Street to stadium, sponsored by loose coalition of left-wing anti-war groups, "President Johnson meanwhile let it be known that the FBI is closely watching all anti-war activity."- violence in Rome in night demonstration near US embassy, water jets used (partial newsreel)
IMAGE: Draft Card Burning Here
This movie is part of the collection: Universal Newsreels
Production Company: Universal Studios
Audio/Visual: sound, b&w
Keywords: Demonstrators, protest, Central Park, New York City
Creative Commons license: Public Domain