Protest at White House of Bloody Sunday, 1965
Archival Pigment Print, printed by printed by Juan Aguilera in the PCNW digital labs on Canson Photo Lustre paper
14 x 21 inches
Retail Framed: $500
© Warren K. Leffler; courtesy Library of Congress (public domain)

African American demonstrators outside the White House, with signs “We demand the right to vote, everywhere” and signs protesting police brutality against civil rights demonstrators in Selma, Alabama.

Warren K. Leffler was a photographer for U.S. News & World Report during the civil rights years. Although based primarily in Washington, D.C., Leffler also traveled to the South to cover many of the main events for the magazine

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