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Anti-Abortion protest outside the Planned Parenthood facility in Schencetady, New York, January, 1987.
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Anti-Abortion protest outside the Planned Parenthood facility in Schencetady, New York, January, 1987.
Anti-Abortion protest outside the Planned Parenthood facility in Schencetady, New York, January,  1987.
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Anti-Abortion protest outside the Planned Parenthood facility in Schencetady, New York, January, 1987.
Anti-Abortion protest outside the Planned Parenthood facility in Schencetady, New York, January,  1987.
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Anti-Abortion protest outside the Planned Parenthood facility in Schencetady, New York, January, 1987.
"Pray to end Abortion" protestors outside a Planned Parenthood facility in Schenectady, New York, January, 1987.
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"Pray to end Abortion" protestors outside a Planned Parenthood facility in Schenectady, New York, January, 1987.
Detroit, Michigan USA - 10 December 2018 - Activists picketed a U.S. Ecology hazardous waste disposal plant in Detroit. They were protesting bills in Michigan's lame duck legislative session that would increase the level of radioactive fracking waste allowed in state landfills. They fear that it would also lead to processing radioactive waste at the U.S. Ecology plant in a low-income Detroit neighborhood. Copyright © Jim West / The Image Works
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Detroit, Michigan USA - 10 December 2018 - Activists picketed a U.S. Ecology hazardous waste disposal plant in Detroit. They were protesting bills in Michigan's lame duck legislative session that would increase the level of radioactive fracking waste allowed in state landfills. They fear that it would also lead to processing radioactive waste at the U.S. Ecology plant in a low-income Detroit neighborhood.
Copyright © Jim West / The Image Works
Detroit, Michigan USA - 10 December 2018 - Activists picketed a U.S. Ecology hazardous waste disposal plant in Detroit. They were protesting bills in Michigan's lame duck legislative session that would increase the level of radioactive fracking waste allowed in state landfills. They fear that it would also lead to processing radioactive waste at the U.S. Ecology plant in a low-income Detroit neighborhood. Copyright © Jim West / The Image Works
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Detroit, Michigan USA - 10 December 2018 - Activists picketed a U.S. Ecology hazardous waste disposal plant in Detroit. They were protesting bills in Michigan's lame duck legislative session that would increase the level of radioactive fracking waste allowed in state landfills. They fear that it would also lead to processing radioactive waste at the U.S. Ecology plant in a low-income Detroit neighborhood.
Copyright © Jim West / The Image Works
Detroit, Michigan USA - 10 December 2018 - Activists picketed a U.S. Ecology hazardous waste disposal plant in Detroit. They were protesting bills in Michigan's lame duck legislative session that would increase the level of radioactive fracking waste allowed in state landfills. They fear that it would also lead to processing radioactive waste at the U.S. Ecology plant in a low-income Detroit neighborhood. Copyright © Jim West / The Image Works
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Detroit, Michigan USA - 10 December 2018 - Activists picketed a U.S. Ecology hazardous waste disposal plant in Detroit. They were protesting bills in Michigan's lame duck legislative session that would increase the level of radioactive fracking waste allowed in state landfills. They fear that it would also lead to processing radioactive waste at the U.S. Ecology plant in a low-income Detroit neighborhood.
Copyright © Jim West / The Image Works
Detroit, Michigan USA - 10 December 2018 - Activists picketed a U.S. Ecology hazardous waste disposal plant in Detroit. They were protesting bills in Michigan's lame duck legislative session that would increase the level of radioactive fracking waste allowed in state landfills. They fear that it would also lead to processing radioactive waste at the U.S. Ecology plant in a low-income Detroit neighborhood. Copyright © Jim West / The Image Works
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Detroit, Michigan USA - 10 December 2018 - Activists picketed a U.S. Ecology hazardous waste disposal plant in Detroit. They were protesting bills in Michigan's lame duck legislative session that would increase the level of radioactive fracking waste allowed in state landfills. They fear that it would also lead to processing radioactive waste at the U.S. Ecology plant in a low-income Detroit neighborhood.
Copyright © Jim West / The Image Works
Detroit, Michigan USA - 10 December 2018 - Activists picketed a U.S. Ecology hazardous waste disposal plant in Detroit. They were protesting bills in Michigan's lame duck legislative session that would increase the level of radioactive fracking waste allowed in state landfills. They fear that it would also lead to processing radioactive waste at the U.S. Ecology plant in a low-income Detroit neighborhood. Copyright © Jim West / The Image Works
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Detroit, Michigan USA - 10 December 2018 - Activists picketed a U.S. Ecology hazardous waste disposal plant in Detroit. They were protesting bills in Michigan's lame duck legislative session that would increase the level of radioactive fracking waste allowed in state landfills. They fear that it would also lead to processing radioactive waste at the U.S. Ecology plant in a low-income Detroit neighborhood.
Copyright © Jim West / The Image Works
Detroit, Michigan USA - 10 January 2019 - Marshia Cordray, a worker at the Food & Drug Administration, joins federal government employees rallying at the federal McNamara Building to protest the partial government shutdown. The protest was led by the American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE). Many government agencies were closed after Congress would not agree to President Trump's demand for $5 billion to build a wall along the Mexican border. Copyright © Jim West / The Image Works
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Detroit, Michigan USA - 10 January 2019 - Marshia Cordray, a worker at the Food & Drug Administration, joins federal government employees rallying at the federal McNamara Building to protest the partial government shutdown. The protest was led by the American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE). Many government agencies were closed after Congress would not agree to President Trump's demand for $5 billion to build a wall along the Mexican border.
Copyright © Jim West / The Image Works
Detroit, Michigan USA - 10 January 2019 - Federal government employees rally at the federal McNamara Building to protest the partial government shutdown. The protest was led by the American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE). Many government agencies were closed after Congress would not agree to President Trump's demand for $5 billion to build a wall along the Mexican border. Copyright © Jim West / The Image Works
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Detroit, Michigan USA - 10 January 2019 - Federal government employees rally at the federal McNamara Building to protest the partial government shutdown. The protest was led by the American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE). Many government agencies were closed after Congress would not agree to President Trump's demand for $5 billion to build a wall along the Mexican border.
Copyright © Jim West / The Image Works
Detroit, Michigan USA - 10 January 2019 - Federal government employees rally at the federal McNamara Building to protest the partial government shutdown. The protest was led by the American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE). Many government agencies were closed after Congress would not agree to President Trump's demand for $5 billion to build a wall along the Mexican border. Copyright © Jim West / The Image Works
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Detroit, Michigan USA - 10 January 2019 - Federal government employees rally at the federal McNamara Building to protest the partial government shutdown. The protest was led by the American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE). Many government agencies were closed after Congress would not agree to President Trump's demand for $5 billion to build a wall along the Mexican border.
Copyright © Jim West / The Image Works
Detroit, Michigan USA - 10 January 2019 - Federal government employees rally at the federal McNamara Building to protest the partial government shutdown. The protest was led by the American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE). Many government agencies were closed after Congress would not agree to President Trump's demand for $5 billion to build a wall along the Mexican border. Copyright © Jim West / The Image Works
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Detroit, Michigan USA - 10 January 2019 - Federal government employees rally at the federal McNamara Building to protest the partial government shutdown. The protest was led by the American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE). Many government agencies were closed after Congress would not agree to President Trump's demand for $5 billion to build a wall along the Mexican border.
Copyright © Jim West / The Image Works
Detroit, Michigan USA - 10 January 2019 - Marshia Cordray (center), a worker at the Food & Drug Administration, joins federal government employees rallying at the federal McNamara Building to protest the partial government shutdown. The protest was led by the American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE). Many government agencies were closed after Congress would not agree to President Trump's demand for $5 billion to build a wall along the Mexican border. Copyright © Jim West / The Image Works
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Detroit, Michigan USA - 10 January 2019 - Marshia Cordray (center), a worker at the Food & Drug Administration, joins federal government employees rallying at the federal McNamara Building to protest the partial government shutdown. The protest was led by the American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE). Many government agencies were closed after Congress would not agree to President Trump's demand for $5 billion to build a wall along the Mexican border.
Copyright © Jim West / The Image Works
Detroit, Michigan USA - 10 January 2019 - Federal government employees rally at the federal McNamara Building to protest the partial government shutdown. The protest was led by the American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE). Many government agencies were closed after Congress would not agree to President Trump's demand for $5 billion to build a wall along the Mexican border. Copyright © Jim West / The Image Works
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Detroit, Michigan USA - 10 January 2019 - Federal government employees rally at the federal McNamara Building to protest the partial government shutdown. The protest was led by the American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE). Many government agencies were closed after Congress would not agree to President Trump's demand for $5 billion to build a wall along the Mexican border.
Copyright © Jim West / The Image Works
Windsor, Ontario, Canada - 11 January 2019 - Canadian auto workers, members of the Unifor labor union, rallied across the Detroit River from the General Motors headquarters in Detroit to protest GM's plan to close the Oshawa, Ontario assembly plant, throwing thousands out of work. Copyright © Jim West / The Image Works
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Windsor, Ontario, Canada - 11 January 2019 - Canadian auto workers, members of the Unifor labor union, rallied across the Detroit River from the General Motors headquarters in Detroit to protest GM's plan to close the Oshawa, Ontario assembly plant, throwing thousands out of work.
Copyright © Jim West / The Image Works
Windsor, Ontario, Canada - 11 January 2019 - Canadian auto workers, members of the Unifor labor union, rallied across the Detroit River from the General Motors headquarters in Detroit to protest GM's plan to close the Oshawa, Ontario assembly plant, throwing thousands out of work. Copyright © Jim West / The Image Works
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Windsor, Ontario, Canada - 11 January 2019 - Canadian auto workers, members of the Unifor labor union, rallied across the Detroit River from the General Motors headquarters in Detroit to protest GM's plan to close the Oshawa, Ontario assembly plant, throwing thousands out of work.
Copyright © Jim West / The Image Works
Windsor, Ontario, Canada - 11 January 2019 - Canadian auto workers, members of the Unifor labor union, rallied across the Detroit River from the General Motors headquarters in Detroit to protest GM's plan to close the Oshawa, Ontario assembly plant, throwing thousands out of work. Copyright © Jim West / The Image Works
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Windsor, Ontario, Canada - 11 January 2019 - Canadian auto workers, members of the Unifor labor union, rallied across the Detroit River from the General Motors headquarters in Detroit to protest GM's plan to close the Oshawa, Ontario assembly plant, throwing thousands out of work.
Copyright © Jim West / The Image Works
Windsor, Ontario, Canada - 11 January 2019 - Canadian auto workers, members of the Unifor labor union, rallied across the Detroit River from the General Motors headquarters in Detroit to protest GM's plan to close the Oshawa, Ontario assembly plant, throwing thousands out of work. Copyright © Jim West / The Image Works
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Windsor, Ontario, Canada - 11 January 2019 - Canadian auto workers, members of the Unifor labor union, rallied across the Detroit River from the General Motors headquarters in Detroit to protest GM's plan to close the Oshawa, Ontario assembly plant, throwing thousands out of work.
Copyright © Jim West / The Image Works
Windsor, Ontario, Canada - 11 January 2019 - Canadian auto workers, members of the Unifor labor union, rallied across the Detroit River from the General Motors headquarters in Detroit to protest GM's plan to close the Oshawa, Ontario assembly plant, throwing thousands out of work. Copyright © Jim West / The Image Works
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Windsor, Ontario, Canada - 11 January 2019 - Canadian auto workers, members of the Unifor labor union, rallied across the Detroit River from the General Motors headquarters in Detroit to protest GM's plan to close the Oshawa, Ontario assembly plant, throwing thousands out of work.
Copyright © Jim West / The Image Works
Windsor, Ontario, Canada - 11 January 2019 - Canadian auto workers, members of the Unifor labor union, rallied across the Detroit River from the General Motors headquarters in Detroit to protest GM's plan to close the Oshawa, Ontario assembly plant, throwing thousands out of work. Copyright © Jim West / The Image Works
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Windsor, Ontario, Canada - 11 January 2019 - Canadian auto workers, members of the Unifor labor union, rallied across the Detroit River from the General Motors headquarters in Detroit to protest GM's plan to close the Oshawa, Ontario assembly plant, throwing thousands out of work.
Copyright © Jim West / The Image Works
Windsor, Ontario, Canada - 11 January 2019 - Canadian auto workers, members of the Unifor labor union, rallied across the Detroit River from the General Motors headquarters in Detroit to protest GM's plan to close the Oshawa, Ontario assembly plant, throwing thousands out of work. Canadian and Ontario political leaders have stayed away from the issue. Copyright © Jim West / The Image Works
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Windsor, Ontario, Canada - 11 January 2019 - Canadian auto workers, members of the Unifor labor union, rallied across the Detroit River from the General Motors headquarters in Detroit to protest GM's plan to close the Oshawa, Ontario assembly plant, throwing thousands out of work. Canadian and Ontario political leaders have stayed away from the issue.
Copyright © Jim West / The Image Works
Windsor, Ontario, Canada - 11 January 2019 - Canadian auto workers, members of the Unifor labor union, rallied across the Detroit River from the General Motors headquarters in Detroit to protest GM's plan to close the Oshawa, Ontario assembly plant, throwing thousands out of work. Copyright © Jim West / The Image Works
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Windsor, Ontario, Canada - 11 January 2019 - Canadian auto workers, members of the Unifor labor union, rallied across the Detroit River from the General Motors headquarters in Detroit to protest GM's plan to close the Oshawa, Ontario assembly plant, throwing thousands out of work.
Copyright © Jim West / The Image Works
Windsor, Ontario, Canada - 11 January 2019 - Jerry Dias, president of the Unifor labor union which represents Canadian auto workers, speaks at a rally protesting General Motors' planned closing of the Oshawa, Ontario assembly plant. The rally was held across the Detroit River from General Motors headquarters in Detroit. Copyright © Jim West / The Image Works
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Windsor, Ontario, Canada - 11 January 2019 - Jerry Dias, president of the Unifor labor union which represents Canadian auto workers, speaks at a rally protesting General Motors' planned closing of the Oshawa, Ontario assembly plant. The rally was held across the Detroit River from General Motors headquarters in Detroit.
Copyright © Jim West / The Image Works
Windsor, Ontario, Canada - 11 January 2019 - Jerry Dias, president of the Unifor labor union which represents Canadian auto workers, speaks at a rally protesting General Motors' planned closing of the Oshawa, Ontario assembly plant. The rally was held across the Detroit River from General Motors headquarters in Detroit. Copyright © Jim West / The Image Works
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Windsor, Ontario, Canada - 11 January 2019 - Jerry Dias, president of the Unifor labor union which represents Canadian auto workers, speaks at a rally protesting General Motors' planned closing of the Oshawa, Ontario assembly plant. The rally was held across the Detroit River from General Motors headquarters in Detroit.
Copyright © Jim West / The Image Works

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