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U.S. National Guard troops block off Beale Street as Civil Rights marchers wearing placards reading, "I AM A MAN" pass by on March 29, 1968. Memphis, Tenn.

The Decade-Long Image Licensing War Is Suddenly Over

National Guard troops block off Beale Street as Civil Rights marchers wearing placards reading, "I AM A MAN" pass by on March Memphis, Tenn.

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The frozen body of a dead German soldier is used as a signpost. Eastern Front, c. 1942 "In Soviet Russia, The Sign Post You!

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Police lead a group of children off to jail following their arrest for protesting against racial discrimination in Birmingham, Alabama. May 4,1963.

On May 1963 school children of all ages marched through the streets of Birmingham. They were arrested and jailed by police. Photo credit: Bill Hudson / AP — in Birmingham, Alabama.

Can makeup cover the wounds of our oppression ?

Second Wave Feminism Quiz: While first-wave feminism focused on voting and property rights, Second Wave Feminism addressed which aspects of women's lives?

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STATE STRIKE CHRONOLOGY - Police used surprising levels of violence in their unsuccessful effort to quell the strike. This is Don McAllister in custody after being severely beaten.

This MAN was Forced to drop down and kiss this IDiots Feet!!!!!!! This is how Jim Crow laws were, demeaning and disrespectful purposely.

Civil rights journalist Alex Wilson is kicked by an unidentified member of a white mob outside Little Rock, Photo by Will Counts.

MAAFA 21 [A documentary on eugenics and genocide] MAAFA, according to Wiki, is a Swahili word meaning "great disaster" from the African diaspora up through American eugenics and abortion which this film characterizes as genocide, the ultimate disaster.

Maafa Black Genocide in Century America is a 2009 pro-life documentary film which draws a connection between the targeting of African Americans by the eugenics movement in the United States in the and centuries.

Japanese Official in Wehrmacht uniform

I don't know if this has been posted before but an unusual image. The Japanese sleeve emblem is a new one on me.

I wish they would make a show about 4 black girls who go to college have all go through their own problems but still find time to hang with each other and etc

exactly, how else would it be when all of the media, and tv networks plus Hollywood is owned by the Elite powers( Romans) They control what's aired.

"Let us look at Jim Crow for the criminal he is and what he has done to one life multiplied millions of times over these United States and the world." —Rosa Parks

29 Disturbing Pictures Of American Life Under Jim Crow

"Let us look at Jim Crow for the criminal he is and what he has done to one life multiplied millions of times over these United States and.

Black Time Travel | Today in Our Amazing Black History: The Story of the Buffalo Soldiers

Buffalo soldier: Buffalo soldier, nickname given to members of African American cavalry regiments of the U. Army who served in the western United States from 1867 to mainly fighting

Victorian woman with her BIG catch!

You expect me to believe she caught that gargantuan fish with the smallest fins in a hoop dress?

Gil Scott Heron - His Story. ♥ GIL SCOTT-HERON ♥ One of the original Spoken Word Artist, Innovators. He was a Teacher, Poet, Singer, Songwriter, Rapper, and Musician, a GENIUS at a much need time in Black Americans constant struggle of Civil Rights Era violations that persisted daily He bought attention to an agenda, that definitely needed to be changed, for the inclusion, upliftment and advancement of black people in the USA. ♥ MAY HE BE BLESSED ♥

Gil Scott Heron - His Story Good morning. indeed, the cycle continues, "unity kept just beyond reach", from a man who got wise early in life, and stayed clever and creative!

These are the first three women to become physicians. Pictured at the Women’s Medical College of Pennsylvania, snapped at a Dean’s reception, in 1885.

Meet The Three Female Medical Students Who Destroyed Gender Norms A Century Ago

An Indian woman, a Japanese woman, and a Syrian woman, all training to be doctors at Women’s Medical College of Philadelphia (now known as Drexel University College of Medicine).

March 26th 1969, Women Strike for Peace held a large anti-war protest in Washington, DC. #FirstAmendment

March Women Strike for Peace held a large anti-war protest in Washington, DC.

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