A moratorium march in Washington D.C. to protest against American involvement in the Vietnam War.
Washington DC USA Date:1969, November 15 Duration:2 min 44 sec Sound:NO SOUND
A moratorium march in Washington D.C., United States by pacifists and peace demonstrators against the Vietnam War. A banner reads 'A Calvinist for peace'. People march in Washington D.C. as they protest against American involvement in the Vietnam War and demand the end of the war. People outside the White House. People on the top of an ambulance. The Washington Memorial in the background. People in lawns with the Lincoln Memorial in the background. Anti war demonstrators gather to protest against the war. Among performers seen are: folk singers Pete Seeger, and Peter, Paul and Mary. Widow of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. addresses the gathering. An artist being presented a memento. Activists address the gathering.
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