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Politics & Government

Ghosts of Dallas: City Hall 1972

A march to protest treatment of blacks in South Dallas.
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“Members of the Dallas chapter of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference march on City Hall to protest treatment of blacks in South Dallas,” November 1972.

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Original photo: From the collections of the Texas/Dallas History and Archives Division, Dallas Public Library

Photo: Leah Clausen

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Jason Heid

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