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The 1960’s Hippy Movement

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Dóri Balog

on 24 January 2014

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The 1960’s Hippie Movement
name comes from "hipster"
were part of a youth counter movement as a reaction against the Vietnam War
new culture based on love, peace and freedom
"if it feels good, do it" attitude
primary tenets: be happy, strong morals
rejected middle class values, opposed nuclear weapons
participated in non-violent demonstrations
Hippie lifestyle
flowers and cheerful clothes
both genders had long hair
men had beards
women: not to wear bra or shave their leg
wearing pants at the hip
tye-dye t-shirts
homes, vehicles and other possessions were decorated
lived in communes
used drugs to explore alternative states of consciousness

"Woodstock is more than a moment in time. It is about the way of being in the world."

August 1969
known as one of the greatest happenings of all time
Woodstock Music & Art Fair took place farm in Bethel, NY
Over half a million people
Joan Baez, Janis Joplin, Grateful Dead,
Creedence Clearwater Revival, Crosby,
Stills, Nash and Young, Carlos Santana,
The Who, Jefferson Airplane, and Jimi Hendrix.
two recorded fatalities: heroin overdose and an accident
two births recorded: one in a car, the other one in a hospital
sense of social harmony, quality of music and overwhelming mass of people
Woodstock Festival
Hippie communes
Music stream
Psychedelic rock
emerged in the 1960s
inspired by or related to drug-induced experience
such as marijuana, LSD
electronic, intense volume

Top artists:

Janis Joplin

Jimmy Hendrix

The Doors

Tame Implala
Tye-dye T-shirts
Hippie vehicle
Thank you for your attention!
Living free
Nóra Léh
Gréta Doroszlai
Dóri Balog
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