Washington DC: Newspaper Project of the Committee for the March on Washington, 1993. 15” x 11 ½” Newsprint. pp. 20. Very good plus with light toning.
This newspaper by the Committee for the March on Washington was issued a little over two months before the 1993 March on Washington for Lesbian, Gay and Bi Equal Rights and Liberation. A pseudo-activist handbook, its cover contained a checklist for attendees including, “if you haven't already, come out to your parents and tell them to make their plans to be in D.C.” The paper contained a list of demands, a calendar of events and tips such as to bring colored chalk to decorate the streets of D.C. It also had articles from organizers as well as an article from Donna Minkowitz who covered LGBTQ issues for the Village Voice in the 1980s and 90s. Also included were appeals for people of color and Asian-Americans to attend, as well as a directory of local march committees.
OCLC locates one copy. Very good +. Item #3533