Eugene Link (second from left), Nuala Drescher (second from right), and unidentified people attending a young man with a sign that reads "WHAT'S GONNA BE LEFT FOR ME WHEN I'M AS OLD AS YOU?" Eugene Link was UUP Membership Development Officer from 1975 to 1977, and Nuala Drescher was UUP president from 1981 to 1987. The event is taking place in Washington, D.C. Written in the bottom margin of the original is "VOICE 60%."
A sign welcoming visitors to Community-University Day at the State University of New York at Albany on the uptown campus. The sign says "Community-University Open House, October 21, 1972, Public Welcome." One of the quadrangles can be seen in the background.
A sign welcoming visitors to Community-University Day at the State University of New York at Albany on the uptown campus. The sign says "Community University Day: Saturday, OCT.7th, 10 to 5, Displays, Demonstrations, Films, Tours, Games, All Are Welcome." One of the quadrangles can be seen in the background.
Civil Service Employees Association (CSEA) members, including one dressed in a Cookie Monster costume, marching for a contract. Cookie Monster is holding a sign that reads "Me want a cookie...and a contract for ASC workers."
The Reverend Al Sharpton speaks into a bullhorn with the Civil Service Employees Association (CSEA) logo on the side. Protestors are wearing CSEA stickers and carrying signs the most prominent of which reads "Remember Kendra Webddle(sic) we do." The Kendra referred to is most likely Kendra Webdale for whom the New York State involuntary outpatient commitment law known as "Kendra's Law" was named.
Civil Service Employees Association(CSEA) members demonstrate for safer working conditions at state psychiatric centers following the murder of New York State Department of Mental Hygiene therapy aide Clara Taylor by a patient at Rockland Psychiatric Center in 1987. Some of the demonostrators' signs include a photograph of Taylor.
Civil Service Employees Association (CSEA)-represented New York State workers hold a contract demonstration at the State Capitol in 1975. The crowd of union members are holding their signs upward toward the photographer.