Published Jun 9, 2017 at 8:37 PM | Updated at 6:42 PM PDT on Jun 10, 2017
It all began in 1967. That year, summer for over 100,000 people became more than just a vacation. It became a time to experiment with music, art and sexual freedom. Summer of Love is considered to be by many the birth of counterculture and the hippy movement. It not only emphasized peace and love, but it inspired several pivotal movements of American history: the gay rights movement, women's movement, anti-war movement and much more. We bring you a snapshot.