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Jeanette Rankin Peace Brigade, 1968 archival footage

A group of women's pro-peace organizations join together to confront Congress on its opening day on 15th January 1968, with a display of female opposition to the Vietnam War. At age 87, pioneering suffragist Jeannette Rankin leads the march of approximately 5,000 women.

Pictured: Rankin leading the march, as part of the Jeanette Rankin Peace Brigade march on Washington protesting the war.

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