Washington, D.C. Protests: Scenes from Home Rule to the by Mark S. Greek,Mark Plotkin

By Mark S. Greek,Mark Plotkin

From the well-known marches of the civil rights circulation to the fight for neighborhood suffrage, Washingtonians have continually been at the frontlines of political debate. Their loss of illustration has impelled citizens to make optimistic switch via peaceable, and sometimes inventive, kinds of protest. Mark S. Greek, photograph archivist for the D.C. Public Library, has compiled a gorgeous choice of photos of Washingtonians affecting switch. From the pictures of Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist Clifford Berryman to scenes of sit-ins and wood traces, Greek crafts a visible narrative of triumph and carrying on with struggle.
Washington, D.C. Protests: Scenes from domestic Rule to the Civil Rights stream is a brilliant and electrical portrait of the spirit of a urban and its people.

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