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Photograph shows a group of people, one holding a Confederate flag, surrounding speakers and the National Guard, protesting the admission of the “Little Rock Nine” to Central High School, 1959. Little Rock Nine, American Alphabet, Confederate Battle Flag, Stonewall Riots, 101st Airborne Division, Gop Candidates, Surround Speakers, Fantastic Voyage, Southern Heritage
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Photograph shows a group of people, one holding a Confederate flag, surrounding speakers and the National Guard, protesting the admission of the “Little Rock Nine” to Central High School, 1959.
"Little Rock, 1959. Mob marching from capitol to Central High"  MEDIUM:  1 negative : film.  CREATED/PUBLISHED:  1959 Aug. 20.  CREATOR: Bledsoe, John T., photographer.  FORMAT: Film negatives 1950-1960. Cc Cycle 3, Junior High School, Civil Rights Movement, The Madness, National Guard, African American History, Library Of Congress, Arkansas
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"Little Rock, 1959. Mob marching from capitol to Central High" MEDIUM: 1 negative : film. CREATED/PUBLISHED: 1959 Aug. 20. CREATOR: Bledsoe, John T., photographer. FORMAT: Film negatives 1950-1960.
"Leesburg, Georgia. Arrested for demonstrating   in Americus, teenage girls. . .," no. 10  Photographs are from:  Memories of the Southern  Civil Rights Movement  portfolio, 1994  Gelatin silver prints  Prints & Photographs Division  Gift of Emory E. Clark, 1996  (84.1 a,b) African American Girl, American Girls, American Heroes, African Women, Black Church, Foot Soldier, Student Travel, Lyon
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"Leesburg, Georgia. Arrested for demonstrating in Americus, teenage girls. . .," no. 10 Photographs are from: Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement portfolio, 1994 Gelatin silver prints Prints & Photographs Division Gift of Emory E. Clark, 1996 (84.1 a,b)
makes the stage and its performers look very beautiful and, when necessary, moody. Postmodernism, Travel Around, Moody, Stage, Riding, Performance, House, Beautiful
Taking Down the House
makes the stage and its performers look very beautiful and, when necessary, moody.
The 1992 Los Angeles riots Hyungwon, Rodney King, Maxine Waters, Los Angeles Police Department, Paris Match, Latest Images, Horrific, Looks Cool, The Hood
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The 1992 Los Angeles riots
The 1992 Los Angeles riots Graffiti Quotes, 20 Year Anniversary, Los Angeles Area, Arson, Destruction, Aerial View
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The 1992 Los Angeles riots
Alli Coate  Hand-lettering projects for Renaissance Church in Providence, RI Graphic Designer Portfolio, Portfolio Design, Providence, Portfolios, Typographic, Hand Lettering, Renaissance, My Girl
Typographic Murals by Alli Coate | Graphic Design Portfolios
Alli Coate Hand-lettering projects for Renaissance Church in Providence, RI
Macon Phillips, of the Executive Office of the President, tweets this striking image of President Obama seated in the bus where Rosa Parks initiated her quest for civil rights. Rosa Parks Bus, Joe Biden, Henry Ford Museum, John Mccain, Betty White, Marie Curie, Presidente Barack Obama, Bus Boycott, Foto Blog
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Macon Phillips, of the Executive Office of the President, tweets this striking image of President Obama seated in the bus where Rosa Parks initiated her quest for civil rights.
Feb. 23, 2012: First Lady Michelle Obama views the Slave Pen exhibit while touring the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center in Cincinnati, Ohio. Pictured, from left, are: Dina Bailey, Associate Curator of the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center; Cincinnati Mayor Mark Mallory; Verna Williams; and Allison Singleton. Barack Obama Family, President Obama, American First Ladies, Cape Coast, Underground Railroad, My Favorite Image, Scene Photo, Michelle Obama
Feb. 23, 2012: First Lady Michelle Obama views the Slave Pen exhibit while touring the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center in Cincinnati, Ohio. Pictured, from left, are: Dina Bailey, Associate Curator of the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center; Cincinnati Mayor Mark Mallory; Verna Williams; and Allison Singleton.
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