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April 15, 1988 - Image 28

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JOHN MUNSON: Scott Rucker, one of 1,500 people who marched to the diag to honor Martin Luther King, expressed the day's intensity in
his face and outstretched fist.

ELLEN LEVY:The snow on this day in February was so d
it made the passersby on the Diag seem almost unreal. I capti
man's silhouette while sitting on the grad steps, sheltered frc
storm.

DAILY PHOTOGS
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KAREN HAN DELMAN: I found Gordon Bisher consoling Ruth Greenberg, a 74-year-old resident of the Jewish
Center for Aged in St. Louis, at the close of a Thanksgiving celebration. It was the first holiday season G rnenberg spent
without her husband.

ROBIN LOZNAK: I took
this picture in a small village at
11,000 feet in the Himalayan
mountains of Nepal. By caring
for his little brother this
Nepalese child could keep his
sibling from becoming a
statistic in Nepal's staggering
infant mortality rate.

DAVID LUBLINER:This photograph was taken at The Children's Stor
underprivileged kids in Harlem in New York City.

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WEEKEND/APRIL 15, 1988,

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