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2018's Youth Activists Seen as Echoing Students of 1968

In 1968, students at Columbia University stormed the school president's office to protest racism and involvement in the Vietnam War. Before the protest ended, they had held the university president for 24 hours and were successful in effecting change. That same year, college students in North Carolina staged sit-ins at segregated lunch counters that spread to 30 cities throughout the South. Around the same time, students at Howard University — then called "Black Harvard"...

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