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  • 1. ANDRÉS DELGADO VILLARREAL ENGLISH IV LEVEL GROUP: 4
  • 2. HISTORY
    • This culture began in USA during the early 1960´s
    • Hippie derives from hipster that was initially used to describe beatniks
    BEATNIKS HIPPIES
  • 3. HISTORY
    • On january of 1967 Michael Bowen helped to popularize hippie culture across USA, first in San Francisco and second in New York.
  • 4. HIPPIES IN THE WORLD
    • In the United Kindom there are many new age hippies that prefer to call themselves the “Peace Convoy”.
  • 5. HIPPIES IN THE WORLD
    • In New Zeland between 1976 and 1981 tens of thousand of hippies gathered in Nambassa festival, here focused on peace, love and balance alternative lifestyle, clean and sustainable energy.
  • 6. POLITICS
    • Hippies were often pacifists and participated in non violent political demostration, susch as civil rights marches and the anti Vietnam war.
  • 7. CULTURE
    • The philosophy hippie is: love, peace and freedom.
    • The hippie´s code was: “Do your own thing, wherever you have to do it and whenever you want”.
  • 8. CULTURE
    • Since the 1960´s many aspects of hippie culture have been assimilated by the mainstream society: influencing popular music, television, films, literature and the arts.
  • 9. CULTURE
    • They considering cannabis how beningn and pleasurable.
    • The use of LSD don´t are in all hippies.
  • 10. MUSIC STYLE
    • This culture listened psychedelic rock y folk and used drugs as marijuana and LSD to explore alternative states of consciousness, in fact a form of rebellion by the homogeneity of concepts that society offers.
  • 11. MUSIC STYLE
    • Scott McKenzie in 1967 produce the song: “Be sure to wear flowers in your hair”1, became a homecoming song for all Vietnam soldier.
    1.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n10ATr3crK I
  • 12. FASHION
    • One expression of hippie independence from social norms was found in their standard of dress and grooming and sirved as a visual symbol of their respect for individual rights.
    • By 1968, hippie culture influenced fashion were beginning to take off in the mainstream.
  • 13. FASHION
    • The men change him look, for example the use of longer hair.
    • They use beads, feathers, flowers and bells.
  • 14. FASHION
    • Wear brightly coloring clothing and forms how the t-shit Tye-dye with psychedelic flavor.
  • 15. COLORS AND MORE COLORS
    • Hippie homes, vehicles and other possessions were often decorated with psychedelic art.
  • 16. HIPPIES IN 21th CENTURY
    • Now we have forgotten a little the culture and philosophy hippie.
    • In Colombia “The Hippies” are the person who sell bracelets, earrings and other crafts.

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