« back to search results
Former Soviet Refusenik Vladimir Slepak hugs United States Representative Jack Kemp (Republican of New York) at the "Campaign to the Summit", a march on Washington, D.C. supporting freedom for Jews living in the Soviet Union, on Sunday, December 6, 1987.  200,000 people marched to focus attention on the repression of Soviet Jewry, was scheduled a day before United States President Ronald Reagan and Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev began a 2 day summit in Washington where they signed the Intermediate Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty.  From left to right: unidentified woman, Rabbi David Saperstein, unidentified woman, Vladimir Slepak, Jack Kemp, Morris Abram, partially obscured behind Kemp, and US Senator Bob Dole (Republican of Kansas).<br />
Credit: Ron Sachs / CNP
Share
Bush
Former Soviet Refusenik Vladimir Slepak hugs United States Representative Jack Kemp (Republican of New York) at the "Campaign to the Summit", a march on Washington, D.C. supporting freedom for Jews living in the Soviet Union, on Sunday, December 6, 1987. 200,000 people marched to focus attention on the repression of Soviet Jewry, was scheduled a day before United States President Ronald Reagan and Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev began a 2 day summit in Washington where they signed the Intermediate Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty. From left to right: unidentified woman, Rabbi David Saperstein, unidentified woman, Vladimir Slepak, Jack Kemp, Morris Abram, partially obscured behind Kemp, and US Senator Bob Dole (Republican of Kansas).
Credit: Ron Sachs / CNP

Filename: 120687Freedom-March_18.jpg
Source: Consolidated News Photos
Date: 6 Dec 1987
Location: Washington District of Columbia United States of America
Credit: Ron Sachs - CNP
Copyright:
Model Release: No
Property Release: No
Restrictions:
Direct Link:
Keywords:
1987
America
American
Americas
Jew
Jews
Jewish
Jewish People
North America
POTUS
Russia
Russian
Russian Federation
U.S.
US
USA
United States
foreign affairs
foreign policy
international
international relations
issues
leaders
meeting
national
news
people
political
politicians
politics
presidential
religion