The year 1968 was a turning point for a generation coming of age and a nation at war, and the aftermath can still be felt today. A major traveling exhibit that explores the causes and legacies of the year’s non-stop barrage of events is on display at the Bowers Museum in Santa Ana June 14 through September 14, 2015. Developed by the Minnesota History Center, in partnership with the Atlanta History Center, the Chicago History Museum and the Oakland Museum of California, The 1968 Exhibit is an ambitious, multimedia exhibit that looks at how the events of the year have fueled a persistent, if often contradictory sense of identity for the people who were there and those who came after. “Discussions about the impact and legacy of 1968 are being had at dinner tables, in classrooms and on the streets of America,” says Tom Brokaw, honorary chair of The 1968 Exhibit, former

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