Metropolitan State sociology professor Monte Bute speaks with City Pages about the historic 1972 anti-war demonstration in Minneapolis.
“You had to be there at the time. People considered themselves a movement,” Bute tells City Pages. “It was a time that poverty, injustice, domestic issues particularly in neighborhoods really were at the fore. You saw yourself as part of this massive effort to transform America.”
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Bute and other will talk about that event at a commemoration and retrospective 2 to 4 p.m., Saturday, May 21 at The Root Cellar, University Baptist Church 1219 University Ave. Minneapolis.