Rennie Davis

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Rennie Davis was one of the "Chicago Seven" from the 1960s and 70s.[1]

The "Chicago Seven," tryptichally photographed by Richard Avedon, Sept. 25, 1969. L-R: Lee Weiner, John Froines, Abbie Hoffman, Rennie Davis, Jerry Rubin, Tom Hayden, and David Dellinger

Davis was arrested in one while protesting the Vietnam War during the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago.[2]

North Vietnam

Rennie Davis wrote a November 1967 article in the Hyde Park-Kenwood Voices article about his visit to communist North Vietnam with Tom Hayden.

Hyde Park-Kenwood Voices

In January 1969, the Chicago radical newspaper, Hyde Park-Kenwood Voices, listed those who had helped produce its first 16 monthly issues as "writers, researchers, photographers, artists and clerical workers".

The list included Rennie Davis[3]

references

  1. "January 17, 1970: Jerry Rubin Brings the Chicago Noise to Seattle"
  2. Brief History Of Chicago's 1968 Democratic Convention
  3. Hyde Park-Kenwood Voices, January 16 1969, page 4