There were changes and calls for changes then too. The backlash against a political view that seems to want to return to the “good old days” of the 1950’s has accelerated the effort. I grew up during the fifties. It was a simpler time in most ways. But certainly not better for many people. I’m old, male and white. And sometimes I get disturbed with the radicalization and the violence. But when you look at the millions of people who are calling for changes, and put yourself in their place, it’s hard to argue that we need to take a hard look in the mirror. I came of age in the sixties and seventies. Was too apathetic or too strictly raised to march and protest. And some of the violence then was wrong. Including the four kids shot at Kent State and some of the police and military response. But also including the burnings and lootings. Let’s face it folks. My generation started this stuff. And we were just as idealistic and sadly, just as violent in many cases. Change happened. But it was a start. Now, as a society, we have to decide what other changes are needed. Hopefully, we can do that without tearing ourselves apart.