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    Lloyd Ziff - 1st Womens Liberation March, 5th Ave, New York City, 1971

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    • Gayla Martindale

      Lloyd Ziff - 1st Womens Liberation March, 5th Ave, New York City, 1971 what feisty ladies! I love that the older ones are right in the front!

    • Kate P.

      1st Womens Liberation March, 5th Ave, New York City, 1971 ~ The feminist movement refers to a series of campaigns for reforms on issues such as reproductive rights, domestic violence, maternity leave, equal pay, women's suffrage, sexual harassment, and sexual violence, all of which fall under the label of feminism. Second-wave feminism (approximately 1960s-1980s) attempted to combat social and cultural inequalities.

    • Rose Everett

      Lloyd Ziff - 1st Women' s Liberation March, 5th Ave, New York City, 1971. I love these women.

    • kiti katti

      First Women's Liberation march, 5th Avenue, New York City, 1971, photo by Lloyd Ziff.

    • Hayley Cross

      1st Womens Liberation March, 5th Ave, New York City, 1971 - Lloyd Ziff Miss Cross

    • PurpleClover

      Lloyd Ziff - Womens Liberation March, 5th Ave, New York City, 1971

    • Vivet Desabah

      1st Womens Liberation New York City, 1971

    • Eva Verbeeck

      - 1st Womens Liberation March

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