ACT UP Protest at 630 Sansome (INS)

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Excerpt from a KPIX-TV special report from June 19th 1990 featuring a protest march through downtown San Francisco, ending at 630 Sansome Street, directing anger towards the Immigration National Service's (INS) practice of denying immigrants who are HIV-positive entrance to the United States. Includes scenes of marchers chanting "INS you're outrageous; we know AIDS is not contagious," of a huge banner being unfurled from a scaffolding that reads 'Stop AIDS Stop INS Terror' and giant puppets carried by marchers. Ends with views of protestors being arrested by police, as onlookers remind them: "The whole world is watching!"

Originally aired on
KPIX-TV
Date aired
6/19/1990
Recording medium
BetaSP video tape
22:09
Rights for this video belong to
CBS5 KPIX-TV
Type of material
special program
Identifier
AIDS 250
Views
2812

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