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Members of the Rainbow People's Party, Summer 1971

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Ann Arbor News, November 6, 1983
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FLOWER CHILDREN -- By the time this picture was taken in the summer of 1971, the White Panther Party had changed its name to the Rainbow People's Party. Founder John Sinclair was still in prison, and "Free John Now!" was a rallying cry which kept the group together and gave it national attention. The FBI and the Nixon White House viewed the Ann Arbor group as a band of subversives plotting the overthrow of the government.

A Radical Returns

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8
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April
Year
1996
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'Bomb Crater' Dug At Rainbow House

'Bomb Crater' Dug At Rainbow House image
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5
Month
July
Year
1972
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Free-Sinclair Campaign Stepped Up

Free-Sinclair Campaign Stepped Up image
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Day
29
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May
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1971
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Video to recap '73 blues/jazz fest

Video to recap '73 blues/jazz fest image
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Day
6
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January
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1983
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