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A black man emerges from using the "White Men Only" bathroom at the courthouse in Clinton, Louisiana, United States, 1964, photograph by Bob Adelman.
A young black woman, soaked by a firemans hose as an anti-segregation march is broken up by police, in Birmingham, Alabama, on May 8, 1963. In the background is a police riot wagon. (AP Photo)
SLAVES, EX-SLAVES, and CHILDREN OF SLAVES IN THE AMERICAN SOUTH, 1860 -1900 (5) by Okinawa Soba, via Flickr
Small boy demonstrating against segregated education. Englewood, New Jersey: 1966. (Bob Adelman)
Bob Cole and Rosamond Johnson, songwriting partners and more -- by Black History Album, via Flickr. (And Rosamond was the brother of James Weldon Johnson) Story at link
Bob Martin’s Fit and Hysteria Powders, July 1940 - for air raid shock and fear
Young Bob Dylan plays on the back of the SNCC office in Greenwood, Mississippi, 1963
African American fire fighters stationed at Hose Company No. 4, Los Angeles, CA 1919
John and Sean Lennon, 1975
Bull Connor's Police Turn the Fire Hoses on Young People Peacefully Marching for Their Civil Rights in Birmingham, AL.