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  • Michael Gale

    Dorthea Lange, Theatre in Leland Mississippi, June 1937. Black History

  • Jacqueline Stephens

    there just is no way to pretty up this portion of american history.

  • Denisse Hozven

    "Rex" was a theater for colored people. This shows how African Americans and "Whites" were socially separated, even in entertainment centers. (Denisse)

  • Mia Anthony

    The Rex Theatre for Colored People was located in Leland, Mississippi. According to the Library of Congress, this photo was taken in June 1937 by Dorothea Lange.

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