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Marc Riboud - USA. Washington DC. 1967. An American young girl, Jan Rose KASMIR, confronts the American National Guard outside the Pentagon during the 1967 anti-Vietnam march. This march helped to turn public opinion against the US war in Vietnam.

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Between the years of 1882 and 1968, the KKK lynched 4,743 people on American soil - 3,446 of them were blacks, according to the Tuskegee Institute. The woman above is Laura Nelson who was hung on a bridge over the North Canadian River along side her 15 yr old son, Lawrence Nelson. The pictures of the lynchings were later sold as postcards.

In 1925 Coca Cola made a lucky brass watch fob in the shape of a swastika, with the slogan, 'Drink Coca Cola five cents in bottles'. At that time, the swastika was still overwhelmingly a symbol of good luck.

The category "Australian Aborigines" — sometimes "Australian Aboriginals" or "Aboriginal Australians" or, more usually within Australia, simply "Aborigines" — is not itself indigenous, but is a classification invented by and for the purposes of the British colonizers after the beginning of colonization in 1788. Until the 1980s, the legal and administrative criterion for inclusion in this category was solely biological, following biologically based conceptions of "race".

Did you know that there were Human Zoos on display in Europe and America from the 1870s to the 1950s? These public exhibits of humans, often called Negro Villages, usually showed indigenous people in a so-called natural or primitive state. The displays often emphasized the cultural differences between Europeans of Western civilization and non-European peoples. Above is a photo from Amsterdam Holland around 1890, of an African child in one of these Human Zoo exhibits, being fed like an animal...

Mustafa Kemal Atatürk was an Ottoman and Turkish army officer, revolutionary statesman, writer, and the first President of Turkey. He is credited with being the founder of the Republic of Turkey.


  • Deborah DeStefano

    love the look of quiet defiance of the soldier on the right. You can take a persons body and destroy it, but never their spirit.