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  • Stephen Willis

    This photo represents discrimination and segregation.You can see that whites and Blacks were segregated even at the public fountains. By segregating black people I believe that one is discriminating against them as well.

  • Interactive Design Institute

    Segregated Water Fountains [1950] Photographer: Elliott Erwitt, Magnum Photos Picture of segregated water fountains in North Carolina taken by Elliott Erwitt. #waterfountain #segregation #eilliotterwitt

  • Rafi

    Viewing 6 of 12 Segregated Water Fountains by Elliott Erwitt This photograph was taken by Elliot Erwitt in 1950 in North Carolina, USA, and...

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