Civil rights march, Washington, 1963

Civil Rights March, Washington; Wednesday August Let's see this 50 years on for equal rights for the LGBT community. Wednesday August Take a stand for equality and for reason.

Whisky dispensing machine from the 1960's. AMAZING!  Who knew?  You'd NEVER see that today.

An ice-cold whisky dispenser, sometimes found in offices. bring back the office whiskey dispenser!

Hattie McDaniel, Oscar winner for "Gone WIth the Wind," was a member of the American Women's Voluntary Services (AWVS) during WWII.

Hattie McDaniel, Oscar winner for "Gone WIth the Wind and the first African American to win an Academy Award." She was a member of the American Women's Voluntary Services (AWVS) during WWII.

Kenyan student Philip Maundu of Morehouse College, stands underneath a racially discriminate real estate sign. Photographer: Ted Russell

togetherinthisdream: Georgia A Kenyan student from ‘s Morehouse College stands underneath a racist sign pinned to a tree. LIFE Magazine Sad part of American history, but slavery and racism played apart of our nations' history.

Anne Frank quote

Anne Frank (June 1929 - March, Recently read "Diary of Anne Frank" - amazing young girl. Little did she know what an impact her life(and death) would have on so many people.

At JFK's funeral. JFK jr is saluting his father's flag draped casket after the funeral. Jackie reminded him that his father had taught him to salute the flag when it passed. November 25, 1963

One of the most iconic images in American history: On Nov. 1963 ~ his third birthday ~ John Kennedy Jr. salutes the casket of his father, President John F. Kennedy, who was assassinated three days earlier.

It's easy enough to accept the 15 millions sold into slavery, but i question the 35 mil. killed by slave traders. Would that be black "slave traders" in Africa by Africans?

Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, Dec. 7, 1941.

WWII December 1941 A navy photographer snapped this photograph of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii, just as the USS Shaw exploded.

This Suffrage Flyer from the Missouri Historical Society Collections circa 1920 is a badge that we should all be proud to wear. The right to participate in the political discourse of our world is a right our fore-mothers fought for at great risk to their personal safety and security. We should honor them by shouldering the responsibility to form an educated, independent decision about the topics that affect our selves and our families - and then GET OUT TO

“A Woman Living Here Has Registered to Vote” - c. 1920 Suffrage Flyer MHS Collections : Missouri History Museum (mohistory) --- pp: Never take that vote for granted!