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Rennie Davis

Rennie Davis

Rennie Davis was the coordinator of the largest coalition of anti-war and civil rights organizations during the Sixties and directed many of America’s most dramatic public events, including the largest civil disobedience arrest in American history. He was one of the Chicago Seven, described by The New York Times as “the most significant political trial in U.S. history.” He partnered with John Lennon to bring a million people to the Republican National Convention. During America’s most dramatic protest events, he stood at the eye of a Chicago Democratic Convention storm, watched on television by more people than watched the first moon landing. He was one of the Chicago Seven, described by The New York Times as “the most significant political trial in U.S. history.” He traveled to Vietnam to return American POWs back to their families. He partnered with John Lennon to bring a million people to the Republican National Convention.The Vice President of the United States called him “the most dangerous man in America.” When Time Magazinedeclared the Sixties Movement was finished in its cover story, Rennie Davis called for the largest civil disobedience arrest in American history. Joined by John Kerry and hundreds of Vietnam veterans who returned their medals won in Vietnam back to Congress, 100,000 people went to the nation’s capital to stop the institution of war with massive civil disobedience. A Washington, D.C. football stadium was converted into a temporary prison in an event described by historians as the decisive moment causing a U.S. President to realize he had to end the Vietnam War.

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