National Archives exhibit blurs images critical of President

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The large color photograph that greets visitors to a National Archives exhibit celebrating the centennial of women’s suffrage shows a massive crowd filling Pennsylvania Avenue NW for the Women’s March on Jan. 21, 2017, the day after President Trump’s inauguration.

Feb 01, 2020
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Peter Morley on Twitter
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Jan 31, 2020
washingtonpost.com Joe Heim Jan 31, 2020
Library of Congress pulled a Women?s March photo because of signs critical of Trump - The Washington Post
Anti-Trump signs prompted officials to pull the picture days before an exhibit opened.
Jan 18, 2020
twitter.com USNatArchives Jan 18, 2020
US National Archives on Twitter
“We made a mistake. As the National Archives of the United States, we are and have always been completely committed to preserving our archival holdings, without alteration.”
Jan 17, 2020
washingtonpost.com Joe Heim Jan 17, 2020
National Archives exhibit blurs images critical of President Trump - The Washington Post
Officials altered a photo of the 2017 Women’s March to avoid “political controversy.”
Sep 02, 2019
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