Resolution, Region Three of the National Press Photographers Association, May 6, 1956
This item contains 1 PDF file. This document represents a pledge to oppose and eliminate unwarranted discrimination against or interference with the work of news photographers. It was made "after specific note was taken of unwarranted discrimination against news photographers at the recent [Alger] Hiss talk at Princeton University and of illegal interference at Washington and Lee University upon Senator Barkley's collapse during a speech there." That was the keynote speech at the 1956 Mock Convention.