Gallery view

1965 Aug. 6

Scherman, Rowland

Police and protesters after the Assembly of Unrepresented People peace march was attacked with red paint by right wing counterprotesters

Washington, D.C. - From a series of images of the March Against the Vietnam War, organized by the Assembly of Unrepresented People.

Rowland Scherman Collection

1965 Aug. 6

Scherman, Rowland

Assembly of Unrepresented People protesters join hands and raise their arms during anti-war march

Washington, D.C. - From a series of images of the March Against the Vietnam War, organized by the Assembly of Unrepresented People.

Rowland Scherman Collection

1965 Aug. 6

Scherman, Rowland

Counter protesters with signs reading 'Communism can be stopped: step on it' and 'All the way with LBJ': Assembly of Unrepresented People peace march on Washington

Washington, D.C. - From a series of images of the March Against the Vietnam War, organized by the Assembly of Unrepresented People.

Rowland Scherman Collection

1965 Aug. 6

Scherman, Rowland

Anti-Vietnam war protesters sitting down after Assembly of Unrepresented People peace march

Washington, D.C. - From a series of images of the March Against the Vietnam War, organized by the Assembly of Unrepresented People.

Rowland Scherman Collection

1965 Aug. 6

Scherman, Rowland

David Dellinger speaking, after having been splashed with red paint by counter-protesters during the Assembly of Unrepresented People anti-war march

Washington, D.C. - From a series of images of the March Against the Vietnam War, organized by the Assembly of Unrepresented People.

Rowland Scherman Collection

1965 Aug. 6

Scherman, Rowland

David Dellinger in the crowd after the Assembly of Unrepresented People peace march was attacked with red paint by right wing counterprotesters

Washington, D.C. - From a series of images of the March Against the Vietnam War, organized by the Assembly of Unrepresented People.

Rowland Scherman Collection

1965 Aug. 6

Scherman, Rowland

Assembly of Unrepresented People protesters during anti-war march, one carrying a sign reading 'Stop bombing, start talking'

Washington, D.C. - From a series of images of the March Against the Vietnam War, organized by the Assembly of Unrepresented People.

Rowland Scherman Collection

1965 Aug. 6

Scherman, Rowland

David Dellinger and Staughton Lynd after the Assembly of Unrepresented People peace march was attacked with red paint by right wing counterprotesters

Washington, D.C. - From a series of images of the March Against the Vietnam War, organized by the Assembly of Unrepresented People.

Rowland Scherman Collection