March on Washington Demonstrators, 1963

This photograph features black and white people holding signs at the March on Washington, 1963. One sign reads: "We demand Voting Rights" and is held by a white woman. Another sign reads: "We demand an end to police brutality now" and is held by a black man.

This photograph features black and white people holding signs at the March on Washington, 1963. One sign reads: We demand Voting Rights and is held by a white woman. Another sign reads: We demand an end to police brutality now and is held by a black man.
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Trikosko, Marion S., photographer. “[Marchers with signs at the March on Washington, August 28, 1963.]” Film negative. Washington, D.C.: 1963.  From Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division. https://www.loc.gov/resource/ppmsca.37229/ (accessed August 1, 2018).

 

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