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CIVIL RIGHTS - Martin Luther King MARCH ON BOSTON April 23 1965 Original HANDBILL Flyer + Photo

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    Posted 5 months ago

    HippieArch…
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    I also have put together some great paper / ephemera and a little memorabilia from the Civil Rights years. They coexisted with the Hippies for a time and maybe it was the gross unfairness of the era that help spurn the counter culture Hippie Movement... Recently added this beauty, a Martin Luther King MARCH ON BOSTON April 23 1965 Original Handbill Flyer + an unfortunately faded Photo of the march. Found it important because it not only was about Martin Luther King but it took place here in New England.

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    1. blunderbuss2 blunderbuss2, 5 months ago
      I've read that MA was the birthplace of Jim Crow. Guess they had experience in being prejudiced toward the Irish. "Let's free the slaves, but we don't want them coming here".
    2. HippieArchaeologist HippieArchaeologist, 5 months ago
      I did not know that. Having some Irish blood and being from New England, I did know about the years of anti-Irish Americans hysteria, but not about Jim Crow. Thanks for sharing.

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