A silver gelatin print depicting a black-and-white image of young women marching down a street. Two hold signs, several clap, and some have arms linked. The sign that is visible reads [No bread / No meat / No soda / No cake / But we shall overcome]. The print is signed on the back in graphite [Jill Freedman].
A silver gelatin print depicting a black-and-white image of women marching in the street. The women walk with their hands on the shoulders of the person in front of them. Some of the marchers are barefoot and many of them are smiling. The print is signed on the back in graphite [Jill Freedman].
This image depicts a young woman seated between rows of tents at Resurrection City during the Poor People's Campaign. The woman, seated on a wooden folding chair, wears a light colored shirt with long sleeves pushed up, and a light colored and patterned skirt. She wears a scarf wrapped around her head and is barefoot. Her light colored sandals rest on the ground beside her. She sits sideways to the camera and looks at the viewer over her left shoulder, holding her left hand on her hip. She sits in the doorway of a tent made of yellow material, wood, and plastic sheeting. Folding cots are visible inside the tent opposite her. The alley is bare ground with sparse grass and a tree is visible in the distance over the roofs of the tents.