Washington Square Bulletin, April 22, 1937

While most people associate anti-war protests with the 1960s and 1970s, Washington Square was the site of an anti-war demonstration in 1937. An estimated 8,000 undergraduates participated in the event, touted in the student newspaper as the first time in the University's history that students, faculty, and administrators enlisted together in a coordinated protest against war.

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