Whites Have Rights

A large crowd gathers in South Boston's Columbus Park to protest federal court-ordered busing of black students to all-white neighborhood schools, 1975. A prominent sign at right reads 'Whites Have Rights' while militant anti-busing members of the 'South Boston Information Center' - an anti-busing organization - are visible wearing white caps among the crowd. (Photo by Spencer Grant/Getty Images)
A large crowd gathers in South Boston's Columbus Park to protest federal court-ordered busing of black students to all-white neighborhood schools, 1975. A prominent sign at right reads 'Whites Have Rights' while militant anti-busing members of the 'South Boston Information Center' - an anti-busing organization - are visible wearing white caps among the crowd. (Photo by Spencer Grant/Getty Images)
Whites Have Rights
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Spencer Grant / Contributor
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134319345
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September 12, 1974
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Whites Have Rights
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