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1968-2018: Marching for our Lives, Washington, D.C.
donna ferrato
Mar 28, 2018
Marching for our Lives felt like being born again. Back in 1968 the peace and love generation said "we don't trust anyone over 30. You screwed up. It's time to change." Over 800,00 people marching, singing and climbing trees.  They were serious, warm, affectionate, sad- showing the full gamut of feelings. As we walked down Constitution Ave I heard girls talking, "I want to start wearing bell bottoms." That made me smile.  The irony of the young girl harking back to a singular generation's determination to stop the Vietnam war, and to stand, instead, for peace and love. Be ready for the summer of love. It's coming. 
Photographs by myself & Fanny Ferrato