In 1987, over 200,000 protestors marched on the National Mall in Washington DC, demanding freedom for Soviet Jews locked behind the iron curtain. It was, and still is, the largest march in US history made on behalf of freedom for a people in another country. HMC was honored to capture the stories and support the 25th Anniversary Campaign that activated over 3,200,000 people in a virtual rally to celebrate the history and its legacy. The effort was also covered on CNN.
25th anniversary of Freedom Sunday Rally for Soviet Jews from Here’s My Chance on Vimeo.Google+