Image ID
ICHi-036886
Headline
Woman with a sign reading Where Are White Civil Rights?
Date Depicted
1966
Creator
Haun, Declan, 1937-1994
Creator Role
photographer
Artwork/Object Depicted
black-and-white negatives
Copyright Notice
© Chicago Historical Society, published on or before 2014, all rights reserved
Credit Line
Chicago History Museum, ICHi-036886; Declan Haun, photographer
Inventory Number
2002.98
Storage Location
Declan Haun collection of visual materials, SII.B9.F1.s66.536, #11a
Acquisition Source
Gift of the estate of Declan Haun
Max Pixels - Height
3724
Max Pixels - Width
2485
KEYWORDS
Chicago (Ill.)
20%
protest movements
protesters
racism
civil rights
crowds
demonstrations
protest signs
Open Housing Movement (Chicago, Ill., 1965-1967)
counter-demonstrations
Chicago Freedom Movement (Chicago, Ill., 1965-1967)
2002.98
Bogan
Haun, Declan, 1937-1994
woman with a sign reading where are white civil rightsij

A counter-demonstrator makes a rude face and holds up a sign reading: Where Are White Civil Rights? at an Open Housing March in the Bogan neighborhood of Chicago, Illinois, 1966.

A counter-demonstrator makes a rude face and holds up a sign reading: Where Are White Civil Rights? at an Open Housing March in the Bogan neighborhood of Chicago, Illinois, 1966.