Orrin Hatch Protest 2
VII: Chicago Maroon
Beth Freeman (second from right) and other University of Chicago students hold up placards during a speech on civil rights given by Utah Republican Senator Orrin Hatch at the University of Chicago Law School. Issues the students would like the senator to address include his stand on Gay and Lesbian Rights, Abortion Rights, and his ties to the corrupt Bank of Credit and Commerce International (2nd of 4 photographs).
Freeman, Beth | Hatch, Orrin, born 1934 | Student protesters | Gay rights--United States | Abortion--Political aspects | Bank of Credit and Commerce International
Lisberg, Adam
Photographic prints; 11.3 x 16.9 cm
University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
Archival Photographic Files
University of Chicago Library, Special Collections Research Center
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