1993 March on Washington for Lesbian, Gay and Bi Equal Rights and Liberation: April 25, 1993. Action Statement of the Platform.

1993 March on Washington for Lesbian, Gay and Bi Equal Rights and Liberation: April 25, 1993. Action Statement of the Platform.

New York: March on Washington, New York Organizing Committee, [1992]. New York City: March on Washington, New York Organizing Committee, [1992]. 11” x 8½”. Pink flier printed both sides. Fine.

This flier announced the 1993 March on Washington by combining a large graphic with an action statement. Distributed by the New York Organizing Committee for the 1993 march, the statement made clear the reasons behind organizing, arguing that discrimination against one group was the same as wielding it against all oppressed groups, and ignoring it could leave all open to exploitation. The verso petitioned the public to “Demand Your Rights!” and asked them to attend scheduled meetings geared toward organizing the New York contingent for the march. With a goal of a million attendees, volunteers were needed to help spread the word about the event which served to remind the government they had not met the demands of the 1987 march.

Not located on OCLC. Fine. Item #3378

Price: $150.00

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