This video is about opposition to the Vietnam war by world boxing champion Muhammad Ali.
Vietnam Era Memoir Shows Working Class History of Anti-War Organizing. John Maher, Charles Street Press: “I was convinced that the ultimate success of the anti-war movement depended on its support in working-class and minority communities, where the war hit hardest in terms of its economic consequences, lives disrupted, and lives lost. In twelve months spanning 1965-66, 85 percent of all men drafted had a high-school education or less. I joined the Boston Draft Resistance Group, a disciplined and creative effort to build the anti-war movement in working-class and minority communities”: here.