What have the 1960s done for us? From global civil rights, multiculturalism,

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What have the 1960s done for us? From global civil rights, multiculturalism,

What have the 1960s done for us? From global civil rights, multiculturalism,

What have the 1960s done for us? From global civil rights, multiculturalism, environmentalism, consumerism, computing, communality to neoliberalist politics, the world we live in has been vitally influenced by five revolutionary years 1966 – 70. You Say You Want a Revolution? #RecordsandRebels 1966 – 70 will investigate the upheaval, the explosive sense of freedom, and the legal changes that took place resulting in a fundamental shift in the mindset of the Western world. #1960s #exhibition #vamuseum. Tickets on sale at vam.ac.uk/revolution Postcard from the Montreal World Epxo 1967 Poster for The Crazy World of Arthur Brown at UFO, 16 and 23 June, by Hapshash and the Coloured Coat, 1967, London (Michael English & Nigel Waymouth) Djinn Easy Chair, designed by Oliver Mourgue, manufactured by Airborne, 1963, Photographs Victoria and Albert Museum, London. Blow Up, 1966 MGM / THE KOBAL COLLECTION.
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