JOHN LENNON & YOKO ONO's 1969 PSA Video Is A Timely Reminder To Stay At Home
During the height of the Vietnam War in 1969, Beatles frontman John Lennon and wife Yoko Ono held a two-week nonviolent protest called Bed-Ins for Peace.
In a PSA video released on March 25, 1969, shot just days after they got married, the music power couple and peace advocates urged people to "stay in bed and grow your hair" amid the crisis.
Now, who would've thought the exact same clip would still be relevant 51 years later? Lennon's official Facebook page reshared the iconic video in light of the global coronavirus situation. How timely, right? Check it out here: