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A black and white photograph of a black male teenager being held by his sweater by a Birmingham policeman and being charged by the officer's leashed German Shepard while another police officer with a dog and a crowd of black bystanders in the background look on
Black students get an escort by Federal Marshalls while an angry white crowd, in background awaits.
Mulheres durante colheita de feno em fazenda coletiva no interior da antiga União Soviética – 1941. (Margaret Bourke-White/Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images)
The Battle of Bunker Hill was a very significant battle because America lost but they injured and killed over 1000 people. William Prescott, the colonial general, told his short on ammo men to not fire until you see the white of their eyes. That battle showed how powerful the American army truly was.
Ernest Withers, I Am A Man: Sanitation workers assemble in front of Clayborn Temple for a solidarity march, Memphis, Tennessee, 1968.
Tent City Family (from the portfolio I Am a Man): 1961 by Ernest C. Withers - gelatin silver print - Viewed as part of the Exhibit: People Get Ready: 50 Years of Civil Rights (Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo, OH) (August, 2014) - This image broke my heart. This family was evicted for voting in 1960 in Fayette County Tennessee.
images of Barbra Feldon on Get Smart - Google Search