THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1967
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1967 TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY
'Shut Down Pentagon'
Viet War Protest Aim
Plans for a two-day demonstra- the American war machine. In
tion designed to "shut down the the name of humanity, we will
' Pentagon" have been announced call the warmakers to task."
by the National Mobilization Com- Although the Pentagon is to
mittee to End the War in Viet- be the focal point of the- demon-
nam. stration, the sponsors foresee a
The committee said, they believe widespread protest.
the demonstration-scheduled for "No government building will
Oct. 21-22-would be "the most be unattacked," said David Dellin-
serious anti-war protest in Amer- ger, chairman of the committee.
ican history." "Nobody can predict exactly
While the protest is being spon- what will happen on that day,"
sored by the committee-former- Dellinger said when asked if the
ly known as the Spring Mobiliza- demonstration might provoke viol-
tion to End the War in Vietnam ence.
-a number of other groups have "A lot depends on the govern-
endorsed the plans. ' ment," he added.
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Supporters of the' demonstra-
tion include the Student Non-
Violent Coordinating Committee,
Women Strike for Peace, the Epis-
copal Peace Fellowship and the
Congress of Racial Equality.
The Spring Mobilization staged
massive anti-war protests in New
York and San Francisco this
spring. The group, however, has
never staged a protest in which
it attempted to disrupt govern-
Ina statement, leaders of the
planned protest called on "all
Americans who oppose our govern-
ment's aggression in Vietnam" to
go to Washington, for "a direct,
personal and collective confronta-
tion with the warmakers."
The Rev. Thomas .Lee Hayes,
executive director of the Episco-
pal Peace Fellowship, said: "We
will gather in a massi've anti-warx
presence, and some will take on
the most serious responsibility of
direct confrontation with the war
In the statement, the committee
called on demonstrators to "fill
the hallways and block the en-
"Thousands of people," it con-I
tinued, "will disrupt the center of
H. Rap Brown, president of the
Student Non-Violent Coordinating
Committee, vowed to participate
in the demonstrations as "an in-
dAccording to Prof. Robert Green-
blatt, on leave from Cornell Uni-
versity and a national coordina-
tor of the committee, said there
would be small groups of protest-
ors in Washington starting on
Sept. 11, trying to disrupt the
operations of various government
agencies. Others will remain after
the Oct. 21 rally to continue the
"confrontation with the warmak-
Greenblatt said the committee
will also present petitions to the
United Nations accusing the Unit-
ed States of committing genocide
Other key figures in the move-
ment include former Special Fore-
es reservist Gary Radar, comedian
Dick Gregory and Msgr. Charles
Owen Rice of Pittsburgh, as well
as representatives from the Na-
tional Conference for New Politics.
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