Washington, District of Columbia, United States, North and Central America
A color photographic slide of activist Phil Wilson standing in front of a podium, speaking into a microphone. He is wearing a brown jacket, with a beige spotted sweater and a white shirt underneath it. On his right lapel is a circular button with a black stripe in the middle of it. The word [UNITY] is printed in white outline within the stripe. The top semi-circle is red, with the words [Million Man March] printed in black ink, while the bottom semi-circle is green with the words [Washington DC. 1995] written in black ink. On his left lapel is a pin or sticker of the African continent in rainbow stripes. Behind Wilson is a black banner with the words [National Gay & Lesbian Leadership]. An individual in red jacket holding the banner is just visible in the left edge of the image, with green leaves of trees barely visible at the top right corner. The slide film is housed in white plastic casing, with  printed at the top right corner.