Atlanta, Georgia: Southeastern Arts, Media and Education Project (SAME), 1987. 10 ¾” x 8”. Stapled wrappers. Pp. 72. Near fine with light wear and lightly toned pages.
This is the program and guide for the 1987 March. It contains a short history of the 1979 March follwed by a brief discussion of the machinations that led to this one. It contains a detailed list of the March's demands and a few dozen profiles of activists, most of which are illustrated. It's filled with advocacy advertisements, lists of events, and a small map. There are also illustrated reports from each planning region along with statements by members regarding why they were marching as well as well as an article regarding the March's steering committee giving special recognition to, and identification of, what it termed “People of Transgenderal Orientation.”
OCLC locates one copy. Near fine. Item #3541