1960s Civil Rights We Shall Overcome Bumper Sticker


1960s Civil Rights We Shall Overcome Bumper Sticker

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1960s Civil Rights We Shall Overcome Bumper Sticker:
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Bumper sticker advocating racial harmony and civil rights for African Americans, c. 1964.

Features classic image of shaking hands that became the symbol of Civil Rights Movement.

SIZE: 7 x 2 in.
CODE: 4882

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