24 PHOTOGRAPHS IN COLLECTION (WITH UNALTERED, HISTORICAL NOTES)
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DEMONSTRATIONS Racial About 350 students march from Convocation Hall yesterday afternoon after listening to speeches by two Negro Civil rights workers from Selma, Ala., in the hall. More than 600 persons listened to speeches. U of T pickets sit out in shifts chanting' We shall not be moved'
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DEMONSTRATIONS Racial Students prepare for third night in cold on University Avenue. Civil-rights pickets yesterday continued their demonstration outside U.S. Consulate-General in Toronto, and planned, with aid of supporters from other Universities, a motorcade to Ottawa to protest treatment of demonstrators in Elma, [Selma] Ala.
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DEMONSTRATIONS Racial Demonstrating students in front of the U.S.Consulate-General on University Avenue huddle under plastic sheeting in snowfall yesterday during the sixth day of their round-the-clock sit-down to protest violence in Selma. Students debated sending busload of supporters to Selma.
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DEMONSTRATIONS Racial Jill Answeiler, first year student at New College and spokesman for the demonstrators addresses them after their ejection from the consulate by police. She was removed next to last. (U.S. Consulate, University Ave. Tor)
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Demonstrations Racial Patrol Sgt. Donald Dodgson and Constable Thomas Moclair put their backs into it as they toss a student in Toronto back to the curb.
These photographs and captions are unaltered documents. In some cases, they contain outdated language that may be offensive. In order to preserve their historical authenticity, they have not been edited.
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