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1967 FILE PHOTO - ARCHIVES -<br />
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The first international incident of Expo took place today when eight Americans protesting the war in Viet Nam staged a sit-down in the U.S. pavilion. Dick White; 25; of Jersey City; is shown burning his draft card. White; a member of the Students' Peace Union said he had to do something about this genocide.<br />
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PHOTO : Boris Spremo - Toronto Star Archives - AQP
Expo 67
1967 FILE PHOTO - ARCHIVES -

The first international incident of Expo took place today when eight Americans protesting the war in Viet Nam staged a sit-down in the U.S. pavilion. Dick White; 25; of Jersey City; is shown burning his draft card. White; a member of the Students' Peace Union said he had to do something about this genocide.

1967

PHOTO : Boris Spremo - Toronto Star Archives - AQP

Filename: FILE_67_FES_EXPO 67_BS_107.jpg
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Date: 24 Jul 1967
Location: Montreal ON Canada
Credit: Agence Quebec Presse
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