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Demonstrations 1975 thru 1980 - 8
- 10/18/1978 (Creation)
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Around 40 Iranian students marched nine miles through Tacoma, bringing attention to the revolution occurring inside Iran. They were protesting the Iranian state and the shah. Demonstrators, wearing masks, carry banners and signs reading, "Down with the Shah- the puppet of US Imperialism," "Stop and Shah's Bloodbath," and "Independence and democracy for Iran." Staff photo by Bob Rudsit.
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Tacoma News Tribune, Image TNTxxxxx, Tacoma Public Library Northwest Room.
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Churchill, Marlowe, “Iranians march, denounce shah,” Tacoma News Tribune, 18 October 1978.