Footage shows a march in the Mission District of San Francisco. The march, which moves down Mission Street, is in support of the Sandinistas in Nicaragua. 

Lots of people hold protest signs and a few brandish the Nicaraguan flag. One man holds a copy of the "Revolutionary Worker" publication, flashing it for the camera. Another marching man wears a pin that reads “FSLN,” which is short for “Sandinista National Liberation Front.” One sign reads, "C.I.A. Get Out of Nicaragua!"

The march eventually leads to a large rally at the intersection of 24th and Mission Streets. A McDonald's restaurant is on the corner. Cops watch the crowds and talk to protestors. Bystanders look on.