The Bachman Hall Sit-In
University of Hawaii at Manoa
May 1968
All photographs © Ian Lind, Kaaawa, Hawaii

1968. The war in Vietnam was ongoing, and opposition to the war was growing in intensity on campuses across the U.S., and the University of Hawaii was no exception. When anti-war professor Oliver Lee was denied tenure, protests followed, leading to a student strike and the occupation of the University of Hawaii's main administration building, Bachman Hall. It was a defining moment for many students and faculty who participated.

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