Description: Vintage 1960’s NAACP handbill, used in consciousness-raising and voter registration efforts. Mint condition. Measures 4” wide x 5.5” tall. See photos.
About: The Oakland Post photo archive at the African American Museum & Library in Oakland holds a copy of the original photograph of the boy & dog, dated 1964. A placard with this image was displayed at a voter rights march in Amarillo, TX, as described by the Amarillo Globe-Times in January 15, 1968.
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