Protesting the Media: The Students’ Plea to be Heard
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The sixties and seventies were marked by unprecedented revolution. The world was changing and people were waking up to the social inequalities and political deviations. During a time when civil rights were scarcely recognized and young men were being shipped off to fight in the Vietnam War, concerned citizens emerged to voice their opinions. One of the major sources of activism occurred on university campuses.