Never forget.

Ali and X - "Turning my back on Malcolm was one of the mistakes that I regret most in my life. I wish I’d been able to tell Malcolm I was sorry, that he was right about so many things. But he was killed before I got the chance. He was a visionary ahead of us all" - Muhammad Ali

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Women of the KKK, 1923

Black college student Dorothy Bell, 19, of Birmingham, Alabama, waits at a downtown Birmingham lunch counter for service that never came, April 4, 1963. She was later arrested with 20 others in sit-in attempts.

Civil rights demonstrators attacked by police water hose. Birmingham, Alabama May 1963.

Dr. King arrested for boycotting the buses, Montgomery, Alabama, 1956.

Adolf Hitler on a walk with Helga Goebbels, 1936. Hitler hated children.

J. Marion Sims is called “the Father of Gynecology” due to his experiments on enslaved women in Alabama who were often submitted as guinea pigs by their plantation owners who could not use them for sexual pleasure.

African American Emergency Room workers try to save a Ku Klux Klansman who has been shot in Alabama.

Opelousas Massacre Occurred On This Date In 1868, Hundreds Of Blacks Slain Over Voting Rights (we cannot forget the injustices that have brought us to today--the people who suffered to protect everyone's right to vote must not ever be forgotten)

Front and back.... great reflection picture to use when teaching civil rights movement; US History.

an African American Georgia State Trooper in riot gear at a KKK protest in a north Georgia city in the 80s. and a curious little boy dressed in a Klan hood and robe.

Just in case you aren't looking closely, that soldier is pointing a gun at the back of the baby's head... Never forget.

Map of slavery in USA, 1830

In one of the most infamous pictures of WWII, a member of the SS prepares to shoot a Jewish woman with her back to him, desperate to protect her child. A single bullet from his rifle was sufficient for both at such intimate range. Anecdotes say that the shooter - a Hungarian Auxiliary - was drunk when he did this, and upon sobering up, was so horrified at his deed that he committed suicide.

The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks -- A poor black tobacco farmer whose cells—taken without her knowledge in 1951 and now called HeLa cells—became one of the most important tools in medicine, vital for developing the polio vaccine, cloning, gene mapping, in vitro fertilization, and more. Henrietta’s cells have been bought and sold by the billions, yet she remains virtually unknown, and her family can’t afford health insurance.

A German boy walks down a dirt road flanked by rows of victims of German extermination practices at Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, 20 May 1945.

Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun