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Stock Photo #1035-12330, San Francisco, California: September 21, 1972 Lawyer, activist, feminist, and civil rights leader Florynce Kennedy.
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San Francisco, California: September 21, 1972 Lawyer, activist, feminist, and civil rights leader Florynce Kennedy.
Stock Photo #4048-10313, California Gov. Jerry Brown spoke to final session of Operation Push. At right is Rev. Jess Jackson, leader of Operation Push. July 14, 1975.
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California Gov. Jerry Brown spoke to final session of Operation Push. At right is Rev. Jess Jackson, leader of Operation Push...
California Gov. Jerry Brown spoke to final session of Operation Push. At right is Rev. Jess Jackson, leader of Operation Push. July 14, 1975.
Stock Photo #4048-3166, Civil rights march on Washington DC, photograph shows civil rights leaders, including Martin Luther King Jr. (center left, to right of sign reading 'No U.S. dough to help Jim Crow Grow'), surrounded by crowds carrying signs, photograph by Warren K. Leffler, August 28, 1963.
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Civil rights march on Washington DC, photograph shows civil rights leaders, including Martin Luther King Jr. (center left, to...
Civil rights march on Washington DC, photograph shows civil rights leaders, including Martin Luther King Jr. (center left, to right of sign reading 'No U.S. dough to help Jim Crow Grow'), surrounded by crowds carrying signs, photograph by Warren K. Leffler, August 28, 1963.
Stock Photo #4048-8970, George Wallace stepping aside as President John Kennedy walks to the speakers platform at Muscle Shoals, Alabama. JFK keeps his head down, avoiding eye contact or communication with the segregationist governor. May 18, 1963.
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George Wallace stepping aside as President John Kennedy walks to the speakers platform at Muscle Shoals, Alabama. JFK keeps h...
George Wallace stepping aside as President John Kennedy walks to the speakers platform at Muscle Shoals, Alabama. JFK keeps his head down, avoiding eye contact or communication with the segregationist governor. May 18, 1963.
Stock Photo #4369-168, Cesar Estrada Chavez and Dolores Huerta at End of Hunger Strike, 1968
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Cesar Estrada Chavez and Dolores Huerta at End of Hunger Strike, 1968
Stock Photo #1035-12995, Washington, D.C.: June 14, 1963 Attorney General Robert Kennedy addresses civil rights demonstrators in front of the Justice Deaprtment today.
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Washington, D.C.: June 14, 1963 Attorney General Robert Kennedy addresses civil rights demonstrators in front of the Justice ...
Washington, D.C.: June 14, 1963 Attorney General Robert Kennedy addresses civil rights demonstrators in front of the Justice Deaprtment today.
Stock Photo #4048-10541, 12th Annual Conference of the NAACP. Detroit, Michigan, June 1921. James Weldon Johnson is fifth from right in the front row.
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12th Annual Conference of the NAACP. Detroit, Michigan, June 1921. James Weldon Johnson is fifth from right in the front row.
Stock Photo #1848-649283, Graffiti, portrait of the civil rights leader Malcolm X in Harlem, West 147th Street, New York City, New York, USA, North America
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Graffiti, portrait of the civil rights leader Malcolm X in Harlem, West 147th Street, New York City, New York, USA, North Ame...
Graffiti, portrait of the civil rights leader Malcolm X in Harlem, West 147th Street, New York City, New York, USA, North America
Stock Photo #4048-9393, President Lyndon Johnson signing the 1964 Civil Rights bill. July 2, 1964.
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President Lyndon Johnson signing the 1964 Civil Rights bill. July 2, 1964.
Stock Photo #4048-8968, Governor George Wallace of Alabama. June, 8, 1964.
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Governor George Wallace of Alabama. June, 8, 1964.
Stock Photo #4048-10427, Martin Luther King addresses Selma demonstrators. The previous day 2,500 protested the police violence of 'Bloody Sunday,' on March 7, 1965,
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Martin Luther King addresses Selma demonstrators. The previous day 2,500 protested the police violence of 'Bloody Sunday,' on...
Martin Luther King addresses Selma demonstrators. The previous day 2,500 protested the police violence of 'Bloody Sunday,' on March 7, 1965,
Stock Photo #2159-W134A, Jesse Jackson Civil Rights Leader (b.1941)
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Jesse Jackson Civil Rights Leader (b.1941)
Stock Photo #4048-10561, March on Washington. Martin Luther King delivers his famous 'I Have a Dream' speech from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. Behind King are two Black Muslims who provided security in spite of Elijah Muhammad's call for a boycott of the demonstration. Aug. 28, 1963.
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March on Washington. Martin Luther King delivers his famous 'I Have a Dream' speech from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. B...
March on Washington. Martin Luther King delivers his famous 'I Have a Dream' speech from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. Behind King are two Black Muslims who provided security in spite of Elijah Muhammad's call for a boycott of the demonstration. Aug. 28, 1963.
Stock Photo #4048-10519, Bayard Rustin, Mrs. Bowen Jackson, and Mrs. Earl Williams picket the segregated Ford's Theatre in Baltimore, Maryland. 1948.
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Bayard Rustin, Mrs. Bowen Jackson, and Mrs. Earl Williams picket the segregated Ford's Theatre in Baltimore, Maryland. 1948.
Stock Photo #1566-1005157, USA, Washington DC: Martin Luther King Memorial to the negro Civil Rights leader on the National Mall
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USA, Washington DC: Martin Luther King Memorial to the negro Civil Rights leader on the National Mall
Stock Photo #4301-1192, The Martin Luther King Jr Memorial, West Potomac Park, Washington DC, USA
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The Martin Luther King Jr Memorial, West Potomac Park, Washington DC, USA
Stock Photo #4069-6102, Frederick DOUGLASS, 1818-95, American abolitionist, writer and reformer, born into slavery, photographed c. 1879.
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Frederick DOUGLASS, 1818-95, American abolitionist, writer and reformer, born into slavery, photographed c. 1879.
Stock Photo #4048-10555, Medgar Evers, NAACP leader in Mississippi, being interviewed by Bill Peters. Peters (right) was an award-winning journalist who reported on the American civil rights movement. 1963.
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Medgar Evers, NAACP leader in Mississippi, being interviewed by Bill Peters. Peters (right) was an award-winning journalist w...
Medgar Evers, NAACP leader in Mississippi, being interviewed by Bill Peters. Peters (right) was an award-winning journalist who reported on the American civil rights movement. 1963.
Stock Photo #4048-10553, Montgomery Bus Boycott leaders are cheered. Reverend Ralph D. Abernathy calms the audience at the First Baptist Church following a standing ovation for leaders of the bus boycott. The leaders were indicted for violating a statue barring boycotts without just cause. Feb. 23, 1956.
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Montgomery Bus Boycott leaders are cheered. Reverend Ralph D. Abernathy calms the audience at the First Baptist Church follow...
Montgomery Bus Boycott leaders are cheered. Reverend Ralph D. Abernathy calms the audience at the First Baptist Church following a standing ovation for leaders of the bus boycott. The leaders were indicted for violating a statue barring boycotts without just cause. Feb. 23, 1956.
Stock Photo #4048-10543, Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters group. President Asa Philip Randolph is in the center and Vice President Milton P. Webster is on his left. 1930s.
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Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters group. President Asa Philip Randolph is in the center and Vice President Milton P. Webste...
Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters group. President Asa Philip Randolph is in the center and Vice President Milton P. Webster is on his left. 1930s.
Stock Photo #4048-10544, Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters group. L-R: Ashley Totten, union official for the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, an unidentified man, Asa Philip Randolph, and Maida Springer-Kemp, union official for International Packing House workers. 1950s.
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Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters group. L-R: Ashley Totten, union official for the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, an...
Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters group. L-R: Ashley Totten, union official for the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, an unidentified man, Asa Philip Randolph, and Maida Springer-Kemp, union official for International Packing House workers. 1950s.
Stock Photo #1035-1060, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., (1929-1968), American Civil Rights Leader
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Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., (1929-1968), American Civil Rights Leader
Stock Photo #4048-10581, Legal retaliation for Montgomery Bus Boycott. Ninety bus boycott leaders gather outside the courthouse in Montgomery, Alabama, after arraignment for participation in the bus boycott. They were charged with violating a statue barring boycotts without just cause. February 25, 1956.
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Legal retaliation for Montgomery Bus Boycott. Ninety bus boycott leaders gather outside the courthouse in Montgomery, Alabama...
Legal retaliation for Montgomery Bus Boycott. Ninety bus boycott leaders gather outside the courthouse in Montgomery, Alabama, after arraignment for participation in the bus boycott. They were charged with violating a statue barring boycotts without just cause. February 25, 1956.
Stock Photo #1035-12883, United States: 1918 Portrait of W.E.B. DuBois, historian, sociologist, and civil rights activist.
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United States: 1918 Portrait of W.E.B. DuBois, historian, sociologist, and civil rights activist.
Stock Photo #1035-12632, Fayette, Mississippi: July 7, 1969 Civil rights leader Charles Evers is sworn in as mayor of Fayette, Mississippi by Justice of Peace Willie Thompson. Mrs. Evers holds the Bible for her husband. Charles is the brother of slain rights activist Medgar Evers.
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Fayette, Mississippi: July 7, 1969 Civil rights leader Charles Evers is sworn in as mayor of Fayette, Mississippi by Justice ...
Fayette, Mississippi: July 7, 1969 Civil rights leader Charles Evers is sworn in as mayor of Fayette, Mississippi by Justice of Peace Willie Thompson. Mrs. Evers holds the Bible for her husband. Charles is the brother of slain rights activist Medgar Evers.
Stock Photo #4048-6411, Fannie Lou Hamer (1917-1977), African-American civil rights leader and vice-chairperson of the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party (MFDP) challenged the legitimacy of the all-white Mississippi Democratic Party at the Democratic National Convention Atlantic City, New Jersey, August 1964.
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Fannie Lou Hamer (1917-1977), African-American civil rights leader and vice-chairperson of the Mississippi Freedom Democratic...
Fannie Lou Hamer (1917-1977), African-American civil rights leader and vice-chairperson of the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party (MFDP) challenged the legitimacy of the all-white Mississippi Democratic Party at the Democratic National Convention Atlantic City, New Jersey, August 1964.
Stock Photo #492-10766, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
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Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Stock Photo #4048-10571, Martin Luther King, removes a KKK cross burned on lawn of his home, as his son Martin stands next to him, Atlanta, Georgia. April 27, 1960.
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Martin Luther King, removes a KKK cross burned on lawn of his home, as his son Martin stands next to him, Atlanta, Georgia. A...
Martin Luther King, removes a KKK cross burned on lawn of his home, as his son Martin stands next to him, Atlanta, Georgia. April 27, 1960.
Stock Photo #1830-73931, Weight of the world
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Weight of the world
Stock Photo #4301-1193, Woman tourist in front of the Granite wall of The Martin Luther King Jr Memorial, West Potomac Park, Washington DC, USA
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Woman tourist in front of the Granite wall of The Martin Luther King Jr Memorial, West Potomac Park, Washington DC, USA
Stock Photo #4048-10256, Communist mass meeting in New York City. A truck and individuals display signs welcoming leaders Israel Amter and William Poster after their release from jail. Another reads, 'For Full Political and Social Equality for Negro Masses'. Oct. 21, 1930
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Communist mass meeting in New York City. A truck and individuals display signs welcoming leaders Israel Amter and William Pos...
Communist mass meeting in New York City. A truck and individuals display signs welcoming leaders Israel Amter and William Poster after their release from jail. Another reads, 'For Full Political and Social Equality for Negro Masses'. Oct. 21, 1930
Stock Photo #1035-12631, Paris, France: November 17, 1975 Ex Black Panther leader Eldridge Cleaver holds a news conference to proclaim that he will return to the United States after seven years in exile because America has changed. He says he is ready to face possible arrest when he returns.
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Paris, France: November 17, 1975 Ex Black Panther leader Eldridge Cleaver holds a news conference to proclaim that he will re...
Paris, France: November 17, 1975 Ex Black Panther leader Eldridge Cleaver holds a news conference to proclaim that he will return to the United States after seven years in exile because America has changed. He says he is ready to face possible arrest when he returns.
Stock Photo #1566-1318078, Supreme court justice Thurgood Marshall sculpture Annapolis, Maryland, USA.
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Supreme court justice Thurgood Marshall sculpture Annapolis, Maryland, USA.
Stock Photo #4048-10456, Profile of Stokely Carmichael speaking and gesturing in midst of crowd demonstrating near the Capitol in Washington, DC. January 10, 1967.
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Profile of Stokely Carmichael speaking and gesturing in midst of crowd demonstrating near the Capitol in Washington, DC. Janu...
Profile of Stokely Carmichael speaking and gesturing in midst of crowd demonstrating near the Capitol in Washington, DC. January 10, 1967.
Stock Photo #1566-1005156, USA, Washington DC: Martin Luther King Memorial to the negro Civil Rights leader on the National Mall
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USA, Washington DC: Martin Luther King Memorial to the negro Civil Rights leader on the National Mall
Stock Photo #4369-171, Martin Luther King, Jr. at CDC Conference, 1968
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Martin Luther King, Jr. at CDC Conference, 1968
Stock Photo #1599-32292, Martin Luther King Jr. National Memorial, a monument to civil rights leader, Washington, D.C.
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Martin Luther King Jr. National Memorial, a monument to civil rights leader, Washington, D.C.
Stock Photo #4048-9170, Dixieland is Nixonland', reads a big sign behind Republican Presidential candidate, Richard Nixon. Nixon's 'Southern Strategy' took advantage of the Southern white voters resistance to 1960's Democratic Civil Rights legislation. May 31, 1968.
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Dixieland is Nixonland', reads a big sign behind Republican Presidential candidate, Richard Nixon. Nixon's 'Southern Strategy...
Dixieland is Nixonland', reads a big sign behind Republican Presidential candidate, Richard Nixon. Nixon's 'Southern Strategy' took advantage of the Southern white voters resistance to 1960's Democratic Civil Rights legislation. May 31, 1968.
Stock Photo #4187-28091, Reverend Paul Schenck Challenging Pro-Choice Activist,Reverend Paul Schenck of the anti-abortion group Operation Rescue argues with pro-choice supporters during an abortion rights protest in Buffalo. One pro-choice supporter holds up a sign reading ""Keep Abortion Legal.""
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Reverend Paul Schenck Challenging Pro-Choice Activist,Reverend Paul Schenck of the anti-abortion group Operation Rescue argue...
Reverend Paul Schenck Challenging Pro-Choice Activist,Reverend Paul Schenck of the anti-abortion group Operation Rescue argues with pro-choice supporters during an abortion rights protest in Buffalo. One pro-choice supporter holds up a sign reading ""Keep Abortion Legal.""
Stock Photo #1566-1005159, USA, Washington DC: Martin Luther King Memorial to the negro Civil Rights leader on the National Mall
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Stock Photo #4187-28311, Mufti Zadeh in Tehran,The Iranian government arrested Zadeh during an ongoing campaign for religious freedom for Sunni Muslims in Iran.
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Mufti Zadeh in Tehran,The Iranian government arrested Zadeh during an ongoing campaign for religious freedom for Sunni Muslim...
Mufti Zadeh in Tehran,The Iranian government arrested Zadeh during an ongoing campaign for religious freedom for Sunni Muslims in Iran.
Stock Photo #4048-6921, Audience at the First Baptist Church of Montgomery, Alabama during a standing ovation for the leaders of the Montgomery Improvement Association in the early months of the year long bus boycott on February 23, 1956. Among the MIA leaders were Martin Luther King, Fred Shuttleswoth, and E. D. Nixon.
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Audience at the First Baptist Church of Montgomery, Alabama during a standing ovation for the leaders of the Montgomery Impro...
Audience at the First Baptist Church of Montgomery, Alabama during a standing ovation for the leaders of the Montgomery Improvement Association in the early months of the year long bus boycott on February 23, 1956. Among the MIA leaders were Martin Luther King, Fred Shuttleswoth, and E. D. Nixon.
Stock Photo #4369-288, Jesse Jackson and Ralph Abernathy
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Jesse Jackson and Ralph Abernathy
Stock Photo #255-277, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Last Public Appearance, April 4, 1968
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Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Last Public Appearance, April 4, 1968
Stock Photo #4282-35819, USA, Maryland, Annapolis. A sculpture of Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall in Annapolis.
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USA, Maryland, Annapolis. A sculpture of Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall in Annapolis.
Stock Photo #1599-32290, Martin Luther King Jr. National Memorial, a monument to civil rights leader, Washington, D.C.
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Martin Luther King Jr. National Memorial, a monument to civil rights leader, Washington, D.C.
Stock Photo #990-2216, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
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Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Stock Photo #4048-4462, Mrs. Claire Cumberbatch, leader of the Bedford-Stuyvesant group protesting alleged 'segregated' school, leads oath of allegiance.
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Mrs. Claire Cumberbatch, leader of the Bedford-Stuyvesant group protesting alleged 'segregated' school, leads oath of allegia...
Mrs. Claire Cumberbatch, leader of the Bedford-Stuyvesant group protesting alleged 'segregated' school, leads oath of allegiance.
Stock Photo #4301-1196, Tourists in front of The Martin Luther King Jr Memorial, West Potomac Park, Washington DC, USA
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Tourists in front of The Martin Luther King Jr Memorial, West Potomac Park, Washington DC, USA
Stock Photo #4301-1197, The Martin Luther King Jr Memorial, West Potomac Park, Washington DC, USA
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The Martin Luther King Jr Memorial, West Potomac Park, Washington DC, USA
Stock Photo #4048-1151, Black Panther Party members show their support for leader Huey Newton at the Alameda County Courthouse in Oakland, California. Huey was charged with killing a police officer, 1968
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Black Panther Party members show their support for leader Huey Newton at the Alameda County Courthouse in Oakland, California...
Black Panther Party members show their support for leader Huey Newton at the Alameda County Courthouse in Oakland, California. Huey was charged with killing a police officer, 1968
Stock Photo #4286-54912, View at dusk of the Lincoln Memorial, the Washington, Monument, and the United States Capitol dome (left to right) in Washington, DC.
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View at dusk of the Lincoln Memorial, the Washington, Monument, and the United States Capitol dome (left to right) in Washing...
View at dusk of the Lincoln Memorial, the Washington, Monument, and the United States Capitol dome (left to right) in Washington, DC.
Stock Photo #4048-10554, Racist Murder in Mississippi. Bulah Melton, widow of shotgun-victim Clinton Melton, talks with NAACP field secretary Medgar Evers. Clinton Melton, a gas station attendant was shot on December 3, 1955 by Elmer Kimbell. Mrs. Melton drowned in a suspicious car accident on Dec. 21, 1955, the week before the Kimbell's trial began. Kimbell was acquitted.
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Racist Murder in Mississippi. Bulah Melton, widow of shotgun-victim Clinton Melton, talks with NAACP field secretary Medgar E...
Racist Murder in Mississippi. Bulah Melton, widow of shotgun-victim Clinton Melton, talks with NAACP field secretary Medgar Evers. Clinton Melton, a gas station attendant was shot on December 3, 1955 by Elmer Kimbell. Mrs. Melton drowned in a suspicious car accident on Dec. 21, 1955, the week before the Kimbell's trial began. Kimbell was acquitted.
Stock Photo #4048-1149, Demonstrators in the Bronx show their support for civil rights leader James Meredith after he was shot during his March Against Fear
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Demonstrators in the Bronx show their support for civil rights leader James Meredith after he was shot during his March Again...
Demonstrators in the Bronx show their support for civil rights leader James Meredith after he was shot during his March Against Fear
Stock Photo #1599-32291, Martin Luther King Jr. National Memorial, a monument to civil rights leader, Washington, D.C.
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Martin Luther King Jr. National Memorial, a monument to civil rights leader, Washington, D.C.
Stock Photo #4048-10452, H. Rap Brown, chairman of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) holding a news conference on July 27, 1967. His militant rhetoric provoked a criminal charge of inciting riot in Cambridge, Maryland. He made the FBI's Ten Most Wanted List when went underground avoid prosecution.
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H. Rap Brown, chairman of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) holding a news conference on July 27, 1967. Hi...
H. Rap Brown, chairman of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) holding a news conference on July 27, 1967. His militant rhetoric provoked a criminal charge of inciting riot in Cambridge, Maryland. He made the FBI's Ten Most Wanted List when went underground avoid prosecution.
Stock Photo #486-346, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., 1929-1968, American Civil Rights Leader
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Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., 1929-1968, American Civil Rights Leader
Stock Photo #4048-10457, Profile of Stokely Carmichael speaking and gesturing in midst of crowd demonstrating near the Capitol in Washington, DC. January 10, 1967.
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Profile of Stokely Carmichael speaking and gesturing in midst of crowd demonstrating near the Capitol in Washington, DC. Janu...
Profile of Stokely Carmichael speaking and gesturing in midst of crowd demonstrating near the Capitol in Washington, DC. January 10, 1967.
Stock Photo #4048-6456, Nora Stanton Blatch (1883-1971), was the first U.S. woman to earn a degree in civil engineering and gain admission to the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). She also followed her grandmother, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, as a leader in the campaign for women's rights.
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Nora Stanton Blatch (1883-1971), was the first U.S. woman to earn a degree in civil engineering and gain admission to the Ame...
Nora Stanton Blatch (1883-1971), was the first U.S. woman to earn a degree in civil engineering and gain admission to the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). She also followed her grandmother, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, as a leader in the campaign for women's rights.
Stock Photo #1950-1725, Low angle view of a statue of Mahatma Gandhi, Mahatma Gandhi's Monument, Goubert Avenue, Beach Road, Pondicherry, Tamil Nadu, India
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Low angle view of a statue of Mahatma Gandhi, Mahatma Gandhi's Monument, Goubert Avenue, Beach Road, Pondicherry, Tamil Nadu,...
Low angle view of a statue of Mahatma Gandhi, Mahatma Gandhi's Monument, Goubert Avenue, Beach Road, Pondicherry, Tamil Nadu, India
Stock Photo #4048-10549, Beatrice Young, victim of police beating. Young talks with Clarence Mitchell of NAACP after testifying before the Senate Subcommittee on Constitutional Rights. Feb. 28, 1957.
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Beatrice Young, victim of police beating. Young talks with Clarence Mitchell of NAACP after testifying before the Senate Subc...
Beatrice Young, victim of police beating. Young talks with Clarence Mitchell of NAACP after testifying before the Senate Subcommittee on Constitutional Rights. Feb. 28, 1957.
Stock Photo #4286-19900, Martin Luther King, Atlanta, GA, MLK, Sweet Auburn, Georgia, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s crypt illuminated in the evening in the reflecting pool at The Martin Luther King Jr. Center for Non-violent Social Change at the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site in Atlanta.
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Martin Luther King, Atlanta, GA, MLK, Sweet Auburn, Georgia, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s crypt illuminated in the evening in...
Martin Luther King, Atlanta, GA, MLK, Sweet Auburn, Georgia, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s crypt illuminated in the evening in the reflecting pool at The Martin Luther King Jr. Center for Non-violent Social Change at the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site in Atlanta.
Stock Photo #4048-10556, NYC Memorial service for Medgar Evers. On June 12, 1963, Evers was assassinated by White racist Byron De La Beckwith, because of Evers NAACP leadership in Mississippi.
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NYC Memorial service for Medgar Evers. On June 12, 1963, Evers was assassinated by White racist Byron De La Beckwith, because...
NYC Memorial service for Medgar Evers. On June 12, 1963, Evers was assassinated by White racist Byron De La Beckwith, because of Evers NAACP leadership in Mississippi.
Stock Photo #4048-8778, Eleanor Roosevelt in the last decade of her life. In the 1950s she attempted to make the Democratic Party publically support civil rights for African Americans. She served on the national boards the NAACP, CORE, and Ku Klux Klan had placed a bounty on her head. Ca. 1960.
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Eleanor Roosevelt in the last decade of her life. In the 1950s she attempted to make the Democratic Party publically support ...
Eleanor Roosevelt in the last decade of her life. In the 1950s she attempted to make the Democratic Party publically support civil rights for African Americans. She served on the national boards the NAACP, CORE, and Ku Klux Klan had placed a bounty on her head. Ca. 1960.
Stock Photo #4048-8569, John Lewis (left) and Hosea Williams, leaders of the Voting Rights campaign in Selma Alabama in February-March 1965. Both men were later elected to the US House of Representatives from Georgia.
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John Lewis (left) and Hosea Williams, leaders of the Voting Rights campaign in Selma Alabama in February-March 1965. Both men...
John Lewis (left) and Hosea Williams, leaders of the Voting Rights campaign in Selma Alabama in February-March 1965. Both men were later elected to the US House of Representatives from Georgia.
Stock Photo #4048-8390, President Lyndon Johnson signing the 1965 Civil Rights Bill, also known as the Voting Rights Act. The law came seven months after Martin Luther King's Selma, Alabama campaign, which pressured Congress to pass the legislation. Aug. 6, 1965.
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President Lyndon Johnson signing the 1965 Civil Rights Bill, also known as the Voting Rights Act. The law came seven months a...
President Lyndon Johnson signing the 1965 Civil Rights Bill, also known as the Voting Rights Act. The law came seven months after Martin Luther King's Selma, Alabama campaign, which pressured Congress to pass the legislation. Aug. 6, 1965.
Stock Photo #4048-10540, Listening to Booker T. Washington. An African American audience, some standing on railroad box cars, in New Orleans, Louisiana. 1912.
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Listening to Booker T. Washington. An African American audience, some standing on railroad box cars, in New Orleans, Louisian...
Listening to Booker T. Washington. An African American audience, some standing on railroad box cars, in New Orleans, Louisiana. 1912.
Stock Photo #496-160, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
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Stock Photo #4187-33699, Memorial for Minnesota Senator Paul Wellstone,A gay pride rainbow banner hangs over a memorial in honor of Paul Wellstone, the Minnesota Senator who died in a place crash just before the 2002 elections.
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Memorial for Minnesota Senator Paul Wellstone,A gay pride rainbow banner hangs over a memorial in honor of Paul Wellstone, th...
Memorial for Minnesota Senator Paul Wellstone,A gay pride rainbow banner hangs over a memorial in honor of Paul Wellstone, the Minnesota Senator who died in a place crash just before the 2002 elections.
Stock Photo #4048-10446, Malcolm X speaks in support of the Harlem school boycott at a rally. In 1964 there were a series of public school boycotts and protests against segregated schools and inferior education. Seated at right is Jesse Gray.
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Malcolm X speaks in support of the Harlem school boycott at a rally. In 1964 there were a series of public school boycotts an...
Malcolm X speaks in support of the Harlem school boycott at a rally. In 1964 there were a series of public school boycotts and protests against segregated schools and inferior education. Seated at right is Jesse Gray.
Stock Photo #4187-27975, Students Demonstrating on Affirmative Action Proposition,California State University students stage a demonstration during a speech given by former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke. Duke is speaking in support of Proposition 209, which, if passed, would abolish affirmative action in the state of California.
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Students Demonstrating on Affirmative Action Proposition,California State University students stage a demonstration during a ...
Students Demonstrating on Affirmative Action Proposition,California State University students stage a demonstration during a speech given by former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke. Duke is speaking in support of Proposition 209, which, if passed, would abolish affirmative action in the state of California.
Stock Photo #1701R-54652, Washington, District of Columbia, United States of America.
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Stock Photo #1566-1005158, USA, Washington DC: Martin Luther King Memorial to the negro Civil Rights leader on the National Mall
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USA, Washington DC: Martin Luther King Memorial to the negro Civil Rights leader on the National Mall
Stock Photo #4192-4682, Pondicherry, Tamil Nadu, India
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Stock Photo #1566-1430503, Florida, Miami, Book Fair International, Miami Dade College, event, festival, author signing, autographing, Representative John Lewis, Civil Rights leader, politician, shaking hands, fan, admirer, Middle Eastern, Black, man,.
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Florida, Miami, Book Fair International, Miami Dade College, event, festival, author signing, autographing, Representative Jo...
Florida, Miami, Book Fair International, Miami Dade College, event, festival, author signing, autographing, Representative John Lewis, Civil Rights leader, politician, shaking hands, fan, admirer, Middle Eastern, Black, man,.
Stock Photo #1566-1005155, USA, Washington DC: Martin Luther King Memorial to the negro Civil Rights leader on the National Mall
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USA, Washington DC: Martin Luther King Memorial to the negro Civil Rights leader on the National Mall
Stock Photo #4286-19901, Atlanta, Martin Luther King, GA, MLK, Sweet Auburn, Georgia, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s crypt illuminated in the evening in the reflecting pool at the Martin Luther King Jr. Center for Non-violent Social Change at the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site in Atlanta.
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Atlanta, Martin Luther King, GA, MLK, Sweet Auburn, Georgia, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s crypt illuminated in the evening in...
Atlanta, Martin Luther King, GA, MLK, Sweet Auburn, Georgia, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s crypt illuminated in the evening in the reflecting pool at the Martin Luther King Jr. Center for Non-violent Social Change at the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site in Atlanta.
Stock Photo #4369-172, Martin Luther King, Jr. at CDC Conference, 1969
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Martin Luther King, Jr. at CDC Conference, 1969
Stock Photo #1599-32289, Martin Luther King Jr. National Memorial, a monument to civil rights leader, Washington, D.C.
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Martin Luther King Jr. National Memorial, a monument to civil rights leader, Washington, D.C.
Stock Photo #1848-657589, Monument by Branly Cadet in honour of the black Harlem civil rights leader Adam Clayton Powell Jr., 125th Street in Harlem, New York City, New York, USA, North America
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Monument by Branly Cadet in honour of the black Harlem civil rights leader Adam Clayton Powell Jr., 125th Street in Harlem, N...
Monument by Branly Cadet in honour of the black Harlem civil rights leader Adam Clayton Powell Jr., 125th Street in Harlem, New York City, New York, USA, North America
Stock Photo #4048-10440, Empty seats of the Mississippi delegation at the 1964 Democratic National Convention. Led by Fannie Lou Hamer, the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party challenged the credentials of the all-White and anti-civil rights delegation. Aug. 24, 1964.
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Empty seats of the Mississippi delegation at the 1964 Democratic National Convention. Led by Fannie Lou Hamer, the Mississipp...
Empty seats of the Mississippi delegation at the 1964 Democratic National Convention. Led by Fannie Lou Hamer, the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party challenged the credentials of the all-White and anti-civil rights delegation. Aug. 24, 1964.
Stock Photo #4048-10448, Portrait of Malcolm X. 1964-65.
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Portrait of Malcolm X. 1964-65.
Stock Photo #990-2629, Coretta Scott King, Andrew Young, and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Nobel Peace Prize Ceremonies, Oslo, Norway, December 10, 1964
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Coretta Scott King, Andrew Young, and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Nobel Peace Prize Ceremonies, Oslo, Norway, December 10, 1...
Coretta Scott King, Andrew Young, and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Nobel Peace Prize Ceremonies, Oslo, Norway, December 10, 1964
Stock Photo #1746-262, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., (1929-1968), American civil rights leader
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Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., (1929-1968), American civil rights leader
Stock Photo #4048-2006, Stokely Carmichael, 1968
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Stokely Carmichael, 1968
Stock Photo #4048-10520, Pickets protest in front of Baltimore's Ford's Theater in 1948. At Center is Parren Mitchell an NAACP activist and later a Congressman from the 7th congressional district of Maryland.
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Pickets protest in front of Baltimore's Ford's Theater in 1948. At Center is Parren Mitchell an NAACP activist and later a Co...
Pickets protest in front of Baltimore's Ford's Theater in 1948. At Center is Parren Mitchell an NAACP activist and later a Congressman from the 7th congressional district of Maryland.
Stock Photo #4048-10444, Elijah Muhammad addressing an assembly of white gowned Muslim followers in New York City in 1964. Above him a sign reads, 'There is no God but Allah and Muhammad is his Apostle'.
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Elijah Muhammad addressing an assembly of white gowned Muslim followers in New York City in 1964. Above him a sign reads, 'Th...
Elijah Muhammad addressing an assembly of white gowned Muslim followers in New York City in 1964. Above him a sign reads, 'There is no God but Allah and Muhammad is his Apostle'.
Stock Photo #4069-6111, Frederick DOUGLASS, 1818-95, American abolitionist, writer and reformer, born into slavery, photographed c. 1879.
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Frederick DOUGLASS, 1818-95, American abolitionist, writer and reformer, born into slavery, photographed c. 1879.
Stock Photo #4048-7025, Byron de la Beckwith (1920-2001), Ku Klux Klan member under arrest for the murder of NAACP Civil Rights leader, Medgar Evers. Two juried failed to convict him in 1964, but he was found guilty in 1994, and spent the final years of his life in prison.
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Byron de la Beckwith (1920-2001), Ku Klux Klan member under arrest for the murder of NAACP Civil Rights leader, Medgar Evers....
Byron de la Beckwith (1920-2001), Ku Klux Klan member under arrest for the murder of NAACP Civil Rights leader, Medgar Evers. Two juried failed to convict him in 1964, but he was found guilty in 1994, and spent the final years of his life in prison.
Stock Photo #1566-1430505, Florida, Miami, Book Fair International, Miami Dade College, event, festival, author book signing, autographing, Representative John Lewis, Civil Rights leader, politician, woman, Black, man, Andrew Aydin, Nate Powell, authors,.
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Florida, Miami, Book Fair International, Miami Dade College, event, festival, author book signing, autographing, Representati...
Florida, Miami, Book Fair International, Miami Dade College, event, festival, author book signing, autographing, Representative John Lewis, Civil Rights leader, politician, woman, Black, man, Andrew Aydin, Nate Powell, authors,.
Stock Photo #4029R-392363, Leader s in the disability community speaking to a gathering of people with disabilities at an activists conference.
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Leader s in the disability community speaking to a gathering of people with disabilities at an activists conference.
Stock Photo #4301-1198, The Martin Luther King Jr Memorial, West Potomac Park, Washington DC, USA
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The Martin Luther King Jr Memorial, West Potomac Park, Washington DC, USA
Stock Photo #1566-1318077, Supreme court justice Thurgood Marshall sculpture Annapolis, Maryland, USA.
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Supreme court justice Thurgood Marshall sculpture Annapolis, Maryland, USA.
Stock Photo #4048-10558, Ghana's President, Kwame Nkrumah, speaks in front of the Hotel Theresa, in Harlem. In the 1960s, some international leaders stayed at the Hotel Theresa to show solidarity with the African American civil rights struggle. Oct. 6, 1960.
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Ghana's President, Kwame Nkrumah, speaks in front of the Hotel Theresa, in Harlem. In the 1960s, some international leaders s...
Ghana's President, Kwame Nkrumah, speaks in front of the Hotel Theresa, in Harlem. In the 1960s, some international leaders stayed at the Hotel Theresa to show solidarity with the African American civil rights struggle. Oct. 6, 1960.
Stock Photo #1566-1333362, Detroit, Michigan - Muslim leaders join the NAACP in a march commemorating the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s 1963 ""Walk to Freedom."".
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Detroit, Michigan - Muslim leaders join the NAACP in a march commemorating the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr....
Detroit, Michigan - Muslim leaders join the NAACP in a march commemorating the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s 1963 ""Walk to Freedom."".
Stock Photo #4048-10439, Dorothy Height and Rosa Gragg meet with LBJ. During the first month of his presidency, Johnson met with many African American leaders as he developed his Great Society programs. Dec. 13, 1963.
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Dorothy Height and Rosa Gragg meet with LBJ. During the first month of his presidency, Johnson met with many African American...
Dorothy Height and Rosa Gragg meet with LBJ. During the first month of his presidency, Johnson met with many African American leaders as he developed his Great Society programs. Dec. 13, 1963.
Stock Photo #4048-10551, NAACP leaders during press conference at their New York City headquarters. L-R: Roy Wilkins, Heman Sweatt, Robert L. Carter. 1950.
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NAACP leaders during press conference at their New York City headquarters. L-R: Roy Wilkins, Heman Sweatt, Robert L. Carter. ...
NAACP leaders during press conference at their New York City headquarters. L-R: Roy Wilkins, Heman Sweatt, Robert L. Carter. 1950.
Stock Photo #4048-10424, SNCC leader John Lewis (light coat in center) cringes as an Alabama State Trooper swings his club at Lewis' head. Lewis was hospitalized for a head injury. March 7, 1965.
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SNCC leader John Lewis (light coat in center) cringes as an Alabama State Trooper swings his club at Lewis' head. Lewis was h...
SNCC leader John Lewis (light coat in center) cringes as an Alabama State Trooper swings his club at Lewis' head. Lewis was hospitalized for a head injury. March 7, 1965.
Stock Photo #463-5647, Martin Luther King Jr. and other leaders, March on Washington, Constitution Avenue, Washington DC, USA, August 28, 1963
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Martin Luther King Jr. and other leaders, March on Washington, Constitution Avenue, Washington DC, USA, August 28, 1963
Stock Photo #4282-35818, USA, Maryland, Annapolis. A sculpture of Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall in Annapolis.
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USA, Maryland, Annapolis. A sculpture of Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall in Annapolis.
Stock Photo #4048-10552, Chandler Owen (1889–1967), was an African-American writer and activist. He spoke out during the Red Scare of 1919, and rejected Booker T. Washington's vision of slow progress. He wrote speeches for many prominent politicians including Wendell Willkie, Thomas Dewey, Dwight Eisenhower, and Lyndon Johnson.
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Chandler Owen (1889–1967), was an African-American writer and activist. He spoke out during the Red Scare of 1919, and reject...
Chandler Owen (1889–1967), was an African-American writer and activist. He spoke out during the Red Scare of 1919, and rejected Booker T. Washington's vision of slow progress. He wrote speeches for many prominent politicians including Wendell Willkie, Thomas Dewey, Dwight Eisenhower, and Lyndon Johnson.
Stock Photo #4048-10545, E.D. Nixon, one of the leaders of the Montgomery Alabama Bus Boycott is cheered by New York City crowds. Congressman Adam Clayton Powell stands at his right. 1956.
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E.D. Nixon, one of the leaders of the Montgomery Alabama Bus Boycott is cheered by New York City crowds. Congressman Adam Cla...
E.D. Nixon, one of the leaders of the Montgomery Alabama Bus Boycott is cheered by New York City crowds. Congressman Adam Clayton Powell stands at his right. 1956.
Stock Photo #4187-28090, Reverend Paul Schenck Holding Stillborn Fetus,Reverend Paul Schenck displays a 25-week-old still born fetus to the press during an Operation Rescue demonstration.
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Reverend Paul Schenck Holding Stillborn Fetus,Reverend Paul Schenck displays a 25-week-old still born fetus to the press duri...
Reverend Paul Schenck Holding Stillborn Fetus,Reverend Paul Schenck displays a 25-week-old still born fetus to the press during an Operation Rescue demonstration.
Stock Photo #1566-0152866, Civil Rights leader Harriet Tubman statue. South End. Boston. Massachusetts. USA
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Civil Rights leader Harriet Tubman statue. South End. Boston. Massachusetts. USA
Stock Photo #4048-9627, Byron de la Beckwith under questioning by the House on Un-American Activities. He took the Fifth Amendment when asked about his involvement with the Klan. Tried twice in 1964, but freed due to hung juries, he was finally convicted of the murder of NAACP leader, Medgar Evers in 1994. Jan. 12, 1966.
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Byron de la Beckwith under questioning by the House on Un-American Activities. He took the Fifth Amendment when asked about h...
Byron de la Beckwith under questioning by the House on Un-American Activities. He took the Fifth Amendment when asked about his involvement with the Klan. Tried twice in 1964, but freed due to hung juries, he was finally convicted of the murder of NAACP leader, Medgar Evers in 1994. Jan. 12, 1966.
Stock Photo #4301-1195, The Martin Luther King Jr Memorial, West Potomac Park, Washington DC, USA
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The Martin Luther King Jr Memorial, West Potomac Park, Washington DC, USA
Stock Photo #4048-10453, Stokely Carmichael speaking at the University of California at Berkeley. A large 'Black Power' sign and SDS initials for the leftist 'Students for a Democratic Society' are on the podium. Ca. 1965-67.
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Stokely Carmichael speaking at the University of California at Berkeley. A large 'Black Power' sign and SDS initials for the ...
Stokely Carmichael speaking at the University of California at Berkeley. A large 'Black Power' sign and SDS initials for the leftist 'Students for a Democratic Society' are on the podium. Ca. 1965-67.
Stock Photo #4048-8981, Alabama Gov. George Wallace talks to residents of an African American neighborhood that was bombed. In the 1960's, Birmingham was called, 'Bombingham', because of the frequency of white racist terrorism against integrationists. April 1, 1965.
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Alabama Gov. George Wallace talks to residents of an African American neighborhood that was bombed. In the 1960's, Birmingham...
Alabama Gov. George Wallace talks to residents of an African American neighborhood that was bombed. In the 1960's, Birmingham was called, 'Bombingham', because of the frequency of white racist terrorism against integrationists. April 1, 1965.
Stock Photo #4048-10534, James Peck, bleeding on a hospital gurney in Birmingham, Alabama, following attack on a 'Freedom Riders' bus. May 14, 1961.
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James Peck, bleeding on a hospital gurney in Birmingham, Alabama, following attack on a 'Freedom Riders' bus. May 14, 1961.
Stock Photo #4048-10585, Fred Shuttlesworth, points a finger in warning to Birmingham city officials during the 1963 Civil Rights campaign in the 'most segregated city in the United States.'.
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Fred Shuttlesworth, points a finger in warning to Birmingham city officials during the 1963 Civil Rights campaign in the 'mos...
Fred Shuttlesworth, points a finger in warning to Birmingham city officials during the 1963 Civil Rights campaign in the 'most segregated city in the United States.'.
Stock Photo #4048-8385, President Lyndon Johnson signs the 24th Amendment to the Constitution. It prohibits payment of a poll tax or other types of tax as a requirement for voting in federal elections. Standing, L-R: Bernarde Boutin, John McCormack, George Smathers, Andrew Biemiller, Spessard Holland, Joseph Rauh. Feb. 4, 1964.
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President Lyndon Johnson signs the 24th Amendment to the Constitution. It prohibits payment of a poll tax or other types of t...
President Lyndon Johnson signs the 24th Amendment to the Constitution. It prohibits payment of a poll tax or other types of tax as a requirement for voting in federal elections. Standing, L-R: Bernarde Boutin, John McCormack, George Smathers, Andrew Biemiller, Spessard Holland, Joseph Rauh. Feb. 4, 1964.
Stock Photo #4048-10559, John Lewis, founder of the Student Nonviolence Coordinating Committee (SNCC). In 1964 he organized SNCC’s efforts for 'Mississippi Freedom Summer', a multi-organization Civil Rights drive to register Black voters across the south. April 16, 1964.
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John Lewis, founder of the Student Nonviolence Coordinating Committee (SNCC). In 1964 he organized SNCC’s efforts for 'Missis...
John Lewis, founder of the Student Nonviolence Coordinating Committee (SNCC). In 1964 he organized SNCC’s efforts for 'Mississippi Freedom Summer', a multi-organization Civil Rights drive to register Black voters across the south. April 16, 1964.
Stock Photo #4048-1027, FBI agents escort Byron De La Beckwith into the Jackson city jail after his arrest for the killing of civil rights leader Medgar Evers, 1963
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FBI agents escort Byron De La Beckwith into the Jackson city jail after his arrest for the killing of civil rights leader Med...
FBI agents escort Byron De La Beckwith into the Jackson city jail after his arrest for the killing of civil rights leader Medgar Evers, 1963
Stock Photo #4048-6916, Charles H. Houston (1895-1950), lawyer and Howard University legal scholar, was the mastermind behind the NAACP's strategy to overturn the 1896 Supreme Court decision, Plessy vs. Ferguson, that legitimized segregation. 1939 photo.
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Charles H. Houston (1895-1950), lawyer and Howard University legal scholar, was the mastermind behind the NAACP's strategy to...
Charles H. Houston (1895-1950), lawyer and Howard University legal scholar, was the mastermind behind the NAACP's strategy to overturn the 1896 Supreme Court decision, Plessy vs. Ferguson, that legitimized segregation. 1939 photo.
Stock Photo #1035-13014, New York, New York: February 21, 1965 Black activist Malcolm X is carried from the Audubon Ballroom where he had just been shot. He died shortly after.
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New York, New York: February 21, 1965 Black activist Malcolm X is carried from the Audubon Ballroom where he had just been sh...
New York, New York: February 21, 1965 Black activist Malcolm X is carried from the Audubon Ballroom where he had just been shot. He died shortly after.
Stock Photo #1035-12884, United States: c. 1946 William E. B. DuBois, sociologist, scholar, and cofounder of the NAACP in 1909.
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United States: c. 1946 William E. B. DuBois, sociologist, scholar, and cofounder of the NAACP in 1909.
Stock Photo #4048-8876, President Eisenhower meets with African American leaders.
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President Eisenhower meets with African American leaders.
Stock Photo #4048-9211, President-elect Richard Nixon meets with Civil Rights leaders. L-R: Ralph Abernathy, Southern Christian Leadership Conference, Hobson Reynolds, Philadelphia, head of the Negro Elks, John Murphy, Baltimore, National News Paper Association, Nixon, John H. Johnson, Chicago, Johnson publishing Co., Sandy F. Ray, Brooklyn, National Baptist Convention, Robert Brown, and Daniel Patrick Moynihan, Nixon's adviser on urban affairs. Jan. 13,1969.
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President-elect Richard Nixon meets with Civil Rights leaders. L-R: Ralph Abernathy, Southern Christian Leadership Conference...
President-elect Richard Nixon meets with Civil Rights leaders. L-R: Ralph Abernathy, Southern Christian Leadership Conference, Hobson Reynolds, Philadelphia, head of the Negro Elks, John Murphy, Baltimore, National News Paper Association, Nixon, John H. Johnson, Chicago, Johnson publishing Co., Sandy F. Ray, Brooklyn, National Baptist Convention, Robert Brown, and Daniel Patrick Moynihan, Nixon's adviser on urban affairs. Jan. 13,1969.
Stock Photo #4048-9442, President Lyndon Johnson with Supreme Court nominee, Thurgood Marshall. Marshall was life-long legal advocate for Civil Rights and was the first African-American Supreme Court Justice. June 13, 1967.
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President Lyndon Johnson with Supreme Court nominee, Thurgood Marshall. Marshall was life-long legal advocate for Civil Right...
President Lyndon Johnson with Supreme Court nominee, Thurgood Marshall. Marshall was life-long legal advocate for Civil Rights and was the first African-American Supreme Court Justice. June 13, 1967.
Stock Photo #1035-12996, Washington, D.C.: June 14, 1963 Attorney General Robert Kennedy addresses civil rights demonstrators in front of the Justice Deaprtment today.
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Washington, D.C.: June 14, 1963 Attorney General Robert Kennedy addresses civil rights demonstrators in front of the Justice ...
Washington, D.C.: June 14, 1963 Attorney General Robert Kennedy addresses civil rights demonstrators in front of the Justice Deaprtment today.
Stock Photo #990-2630, John F. Kennedy with Martin Luther King, 'March on Washington', 1963
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John F. Kennedy with Martin Luther King, 'March on Washington', 1963
Stock Photo #4301-1194, Granite wall of The Martin Luther King Jr Memorial, West Potomac Park, Washington DC, USA
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Granite wall of The Martin Luther King Jr Memorial, West Potomac Park, Washington DC, USA
Stock Photo #1566-1426629, Martin Luther King Memorial on the Mall in Washington, D.C.
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Martin Luther King Memorial on the Mall in Washington, D.C.
Stock Photo #4048-10560, John Lewis being ushered into a police patrol wagon during a demonstration in Nashville, Tennessee. April 29, 1964.
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John Lewis being ushered into a police patrol wagon during a demonstration in Nashville, Tennessee. April 29, 1964.
Stock Photo #4048-10455, Stanley S. Scott interviewing Stokely Carmichael at Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) headquarters in New York in 1966. Scott was the first full-time African American specialist reporter at the United Press International (UPI). Later he would serve as President Ford's Special Assistant to the President for Minority Affairs.
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Stanley S. Scott interviewing Stokely Carmichael at Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) headquarters in New Yor...
Stanley S. Scott interviewing Stokely Carmichael at Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) headquarters in New York in 1966. Scott was the first full-time African American specialist reporter at the United Press International (UPI). Later he would serve as President Ford's Special Assistant to the President for Minority Affairs.
Stock Photo #4048-10587, Police officer seizing Martin Luther King by the seat of his trousers, jailing him for leading an anti-segregation march. Birmingham, Ala. April 12, 1963.
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Police officer seizing Martin Luther King by the seat of his trousers, jailing him for leading an anti-segregation march. Bir...
Police officer seizing Martin Luther King by the seat of his trousers, jailing him for leading an anti-segregation march. Birmingham, Ala. April 12, 1963.
Stock Photo #4048-10447, Malcolm X being interviewed by reporters in New York, 1964.
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Malcolm X being interviewed by reporters in New York, 1964.
Stock Photo #4048-10542, Convention of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, June 24-30, 1925, Denver, Colorado. Sitters include NAACP staff: Walter White, Robert Bagnall, and James Weldon Johnson.
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Convention of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, June 24-30, 1925, Denver, Colorado. Sitters inc...
Convention of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, June 24-30, 1925, Denver, Colorado. Sitters include NAACP staff: Walter White, Robert Bagnall, and James Weldon Johnson.
Stock Photo #4048-10548, William Henry Hastie (1904-1976), a civilian aid to the War Department meeting with Robert Patterson in 1942. He was the first African-American to serve as Governor of the US Virgin Islands, as a Federal judge, and as a Federal appellate judge.
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William Henry Hastie (1904-1976), a civilian aid to the War Department meeting with Robert Patterson in 1942. He was the firs...
William Henry Hastie (1904-1976), a civilian aid to the War Department meeting with Robert Patterson in 1942. He was the first African-American to serve as Governor of the US Virgin Islands, as a Federal judge, and as a Federal appellate judge.
Stock Photo #1899-77135, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi. Portrait of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, better known as Mahatma Gandhi 1869-1948, Indian spiritual master and politician. Chromolithography 1936.
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Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi. Portrait of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, better known as Mahatma Gandhi 1869-1948, Indian spiritua...
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi. Portrait of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, better known as Mahatma Gandhi 1869-1948, Indian spiritual master and politician. Chromolithography 1936.
Stock Photo #4048-10586, Civil Rights leader Fred Shuttlesworth being booked at the Birmingham Police Station in connection with attempts to desegregate buses. May 19, 1961.
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Civil Rights leader Fred Shuttlesworth being booked at the Birmingham Police Station in connection with attempts to desegrega...
Civil Rights leader Fred Shuttlesworth being booked at the Birmingham Police Station in connection with attempts to desegregate buses. May 19, 1961.
Stock Photo #1566-1361077, Monument by Branly Cadet in honour of the black Harlem civil rights leader Adam Clayton Powell Jr., 125th Street, Harlem, New York City, New York, USA, North America.
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Monument by Branly Cadet in honour of the black Harlem civil rights leader Adam Clayton Powell Jr., 125th Street, Harlem, New...
Monument by Branly Cadet in honour of the black Harlem civil rights leader Adam Clayton Powell Jr., 125th Street, Harlem, New York City, New York, USA, North America.
Stock Photo #4048-10437, Attorney General Robert Kennedy addresses civil rights demonstrators. He denied that the Justice Department discriminated against Blacks, and hired on the basis of ability and integrity. He added that ' I'm not going to go out and hire a Negro just because he is not White.' June 14, 1963
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Attorney General Robert Kennedy addresses civil rights demonstrators. He denied that the Justice Department discriminated aga...
Attorney General Robert Kennedy addresses civil rights demonstrators. He denied that the Justice Department discriminated against Blacks, and hired on the basis of ability and integrity. He added that ' I'm not going to go out and hire a Negro just because he is not White.' June 14, 1963
Stock Photo #4048-10043, A Ku Klux Klan 'Security Patrol' walk behind Jeremiah X (left in light suit), leader of Atlanta's Black Muslim sect. Jeremiah X and an aide, were turned away when they attempted to tour downtown Hurt Park where Klan was having rally. March 22, 1964.
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A Ku Klux Klan 'Security Patrol' walk behind Jeremiah X (left in light suit), leader of Atlanta's Black Muslim sect. Jeremiah...
A Ku Klux Klan 'Security Patrol' walk behind Jeremiah X (left in light suit), leader of Atlanta's Black Muslim sect. Jeremiah X and an aide, were turned away when they attempted to tour downtown Hurt Park where Klan was having rally. March 22, 1964.
Stock Photo #4048-9450, Fist and last pages of the 1968 Civil Rights. The law prohibited discrimination concerning the sale, rental, and financing of housing based on race, religion, national origin, or sex. It is also known as the Fair Housing Act of 1968. April 11, 1968.
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Fist and last pages of the 1968 Civil Rights. The law prohibited discrimination concerning the sale, rental, and financing of...
Fist and last pages of the 1968 Civil Rights. The law prohibited discrimination concerning the sale, rental, and financing of housing based on race, religion, national origin, or sex. It is also known as the Fair Housing Act of 1968. April 11, 1968.
Stock Photo #4048-10572, Pastor H.C. McClain looking over the burned ruins of his High Hope Baptist Church, Dawson, Georgia. It was the fourth in a series of African American church burnings, presumably to discourage Civil Rights activism. September 17, 1962
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Pastor H.C. McClain looking over the burned ruins of his High Hope Baptist Church, Dawson, Georgia. It was the fourth in a se...
Pastor H.C. McClain looking over the burned ruins of his High Hope Baptist Church, Dawson, Georgia. It was the fourth in a series of African American church burnings, presumably to discourage Civil Rights activism. September 17, 1962
Stock Photo #4369-294, Reies Tijerina and Cohorts
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Stock Photo #492-2185, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., 1929-1968, American civil rights leader
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Stock Photo #1566-1430504, Florida, Miami, Book Fair International, Miami Dade College, event, festival, author signing, autographing, Representative John Lewis, Civil Rights leader, politician, shaking hands, fan, admirer, woman, Black, man,.
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Florida, Miami, Book Fair International, Miami Dade College, event, festival, author signing, autographing, Representative Jo...
Florida, Miami, Book Fair International, Miami Dade College, event, festival, author signing, autographing, Representative John Lewis, Civil Rights leader, politician, shaking hands, fan, admirer, woman, Black, man,.
Stock Photo #4048-1121, WASHINGTON, DC: Leaders of the March on Washington, lock hands & arms together as they move along Constitution Ave, August 28, 1963. A. Philip Randolph, march director, (R), Roy Wilkins, executive secretary of the NAACP, 2nd from R. The Rev. Martin Luther King, is 7th from L.
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WASHINGTON, DC: Leaders of the March on Washington, lock hands & arms together as they move along Constitution Ave, August 28...
WASHINGTON, DC: Leaders of the March on Washington, lock hands & arms together as they move along Constitution Ave, August 28, 1963. A. Philip Randolph, march director, (R), Roy Wilkins, executive secretary of the NAACP, 2nd from R. The Rev. Martin Luther King, is 7th from L.

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