Demonstrators marchi with Nationa Chicano Mortorium August 29 banner (marching left to right). Police vehicle forefront of image right, bottom corner. Standard Station and Brandy's Coffee Shop in the background, image top right.
Man, in short sleeve shirt and tie with jacket over his left shoulder, stands frame center, walking through demonstrator crowd. In the background image left there is a pick up truck with photographers and background image irght is Standard Station.
A group of people on the sidewalk on Whittier Blvd. watched the parade of people walking towards Laguna Park. On the left is a theater sign showing a film called A Man Called Horse featuring actor Henry Ford.
Participants of the march to Laguna Park hold signs. One sign states " we want sons not heroes" in protest of the Vietnam War. A woman wearing a short-sleeved polka dot shirt smokes a cigarette during the march.
A group of demonstrators crowded together on Whittier Blvd. A man wearing shades and a white shirt shooting video of the march on Whittier Blvd. Beside him are three people taking photographs of the march.
The march on Whittier Blvd. to Laguna Park. Two Los Angeles County Sheriff buses and a LA County Sheriff car lead a line of cars caravaning towards the park. A middle-aged man on the far left wears glasses, a white shirt, and trousers.
A view of a group of demonstrators holding signs. One sign on the right states " Mi Raza Primero" meaning my race/people first. Eastway Market and Alma Restaurant are in the far distance across the street from Laguna Park.
Participants of the Chicano Moratorium are sitting on the field and talking. A young man in a white short sleeve and cuffed pants sits on the right-hand side talking to another man in a T-shirt and shades.
County of Los Angeles Sheriffs Department Bus arrives on Whittier Blvd. Demonstrators on top of a car and a sign on a car stating "Don't support Nixon's War". Demonstrators crowd on the sidewalk on Alma Ave. at Laguna Park.