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National Archives Replaces Doctored Women’s March Photograph with Original

HeadlineJan 24, 2020

The National Archives and Records Administration has replaced a doctored photograph of the 2017 Women’s March with the original, days after it apologized for altering the photo to remove criticisms of President Trump. In an exhibit called “Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote,” the National Archives had displayed a large image of the first Women’s March. But at least two signs referencing Trump had been blurred to remove his name, including a poster reading “God Hates Trump.”

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