Ample golden tan cape, made from shantung organdy - a creation by the Renato Balstra, shown in Rome, Italy, on January 11, 1962 (AP Photo/Mario Torrisi) Renato Balestra, 1960S Models, Vintage Fashion, 1960S Italian, Italian Fashion 1960S, 1960S Fashion, 1960S Style, 1960S Inspiration, 1962 Rome
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A black girl and a white girl study a sign in the integrated Long Island community of Lakeview, New York, on April 1962. It reads "Negroes! This community could become another ghetto. You owe it to your 'family' to buy in another community." The sign was an attempt to keep African Americans from exceeding the number of whites who want to live in an integrated town. (AP Photo)
A workman removes a restroom sign at Montgomery Municipal Airport, on January 5, 1962, in compliance with a federal court order banning segregation. However, city officials delayed plans to remove waiting room furniture and close toilets and water fountains. But they said these and the airport restaurant will be closed if there is a concerted integration attempt. (AP Photo)
A white girl follows an African-American girl down the slide at Thomas J. Semmes school in New Orleans during recess on Sept. 7, 1962. The children played together as the school went into its second day of integrated classes. (AP Photo/Jim Bourdier). See? Color doesn't matter to a child who wants a playmate. Racism is taught.
June 26, 1964 A model poses in a design by Anne Fogarty at a press preview fall fashion show in New York City. The slim, sleeveless white wool dress with a high waist is emphasized by a satin pull-through bow. The bulky cape coat is raccoon. The week-long program is sponsored by about 40 American fashion houses.