36. Peaceful Protest
Woodstock stood for nonviolence, peace, love, openness, and cultural acceptance. Most of the people in attendance were part of the hippie movement, which opposed the Vietnam War, and some of the performers reflected this viewpoint in their anti-war speeches.
Unlike many other music concerts of the time, Woodstock was free of physical altercations and violence when it came to protesting and demonstrating for a cause. This animal lover certainly didn’t seem to be bothering anyone in the crowd.