People protest under the banner of New York State Communist Party in New York, United States
New York City USA Date:1950 Duration:2 min 11 sec Sound:NO SOUND
People carrying flags and banners during a Communist Party demonstration march in New York City. Workers march carrying various signs, including: "Fur workers demand a better union contract", and "Furriers Women's Community". Other signs include: "Defend the Twelve," and "Save Willie McGee" (African American convict accused of raping a white woman), and "Repeal McCarran Law", and "Willie McGee shall not die". Crowd on sides of street yells at protestors and taunts them. Crowd suddenly surges as a fight breaks out on a street corner. Police break up the fight. The protestors are marching under the auspices of New York State Communist Party in New York, United States. More shots of onlookers yelling at demonstrators and jeering, as they stand in front of a Newman's 5 and 10 cent store. Horse mounted police restrain crowd yelling and pushing toward the marching demonstrators. More marchers and a sign "Art students for peace." Some people march with American flags in their hands.
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