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Hunger March at La Plaza

A large crowd of Communist Party of America members gather at La Plaza to participate in a Hunger March The protest, organized by the United Front Conference Against Hunger, was designed to make a statement against the fate of th... (read more)

A large crowd of Communist Party of America members gather at La Plaza to participate in a Hunger March. The protest, organized by the United Front Conference Against Hunger, was designed to make a statement against the fate of the unemployed and poor. One sign reads, "We Demand $4.00 A Day Not $1.60," another reads "Where is the American Standard of Living?" and another reads, "We Demand Milk for Our Babies bay Cities Womens Counsel." According to newspaper sources from the time period, the city leaders were concerned that violence and too much agitation would occur during such demonstrations. Photograph dated November 7, 1933.

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"We Demand $400 A Day Not $160"; "Where Is The American Standard of Living?"; "We Demand Milk For Our Babies, Bay Cities Womens Counsel"; "We March Against Hunger"; "Soup Kitchens For Workers-Millions For Grafters"; "... (read more)

"We Demand $4.00 A Day Not $1.60"; "Where Is The American Standard of Living?"; "We Demand Milk For Our Babies, Bay Cities Womens Counsel."; "We March Against Hunger."; "Soup Kitchens For Workers-Millions For Grafters."; "

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