Women's Liberation Movement, Trafalgar Square, London
Hundreds of militant women, members of the Women's Liberation Movement marched through London on 6th March 1971 in the biggest all female demonstration since the days of the suffragettes. They are demanding equal pay and job opportunities, free contraception and abortion on demand amongst other things. Strangers in the Camp". A bowler-hatted gentleman, and other male intruders listen to the equal rights speeches by the Women's Liberation Movement in Trafalgar Square"
|Color||Black & White|
|Keywords||1970s,A Large Group of People,Children,Demonstration,Listening,Men,Mixed Age Range,Rally,Standing,Women,Women's Liberation|
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