Black Leaders

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Civil rights photographer gives collection to Stanford - El Tecolote Martin Luther King Family, Coretta Scott King, Black Art Painting, Coloured People, Vintage Black Glamour, Black History Facts, African Diaspora, King Jr, Before Us

Civil rights photographer gives collection to Stanford - El Tecolote

The great photojournalist Dorothea Lange—well known for capturing the hardships of the depression era—once said, “Photography takes an instant out of time, altering life by holding it still.”

Muhammad Ali was one of the most inspiring athletes in history. Here are 30 of the greatest Muhammad Ali quotes to inspire you to achieve your own goals. Mohamed Ali, Muay Thai, Man Ray, George Foreman, Ansel Adams, Boxe Fight, Boxe Mma, Jiu Jutsu, Foto Sport

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Roy Schatt (American, Malcolm X (four photographs), 1964 Gelatin silver, printed later x - Available at 2017 October 11 Photographs. Malcolm X, American Indian Art, African American History, By Any Means Necessary, Black Image, Black Power, History Facts, Civil Rights, Black History

Roy Schatt (American, 1909-2002). Malcolm X (four photographs), | Lot #73269 | Heritage Auctions

Roy Schatt (American, 1909-2002) Malcolm X (four photographs), 1964 Gelatin silver, printed later 9-1/4 x 6-1/2 - Available at 2017 October 11 Photographs...

Eve Arnold—Magnum Daughter and wife of Elijah Muhammad with Malcolm X, Chicago, 1961 Malcolm X, Black History Facts, Black History Month, Civil Rights Leaders, Vintage Black Glamour, Black Celebrities, Celebs, Photographer Portfolio, African Diaspora

Profile: The Leadership and Legacy of Sister Clara Muhammad

By Jamillah Karim Behind every great man is a great woman. Sister Clara Muhammad, or the First Lady of the Nation of Islam, was an extraordinary woman who supported two giants in the history…

Betty was an extremely resilient woman. Her husband was shot many times (brutally assassinated) in front of her face. She continued to fight for the Civil Rights of black people. Malcolm X, Black Panther Civil Rights, Betty Shabazz, Native American Images, Civil Rights Leaders, Black Panther Party, Vintage Black Glamour, By Any Means Necessary, Black Families

Betty Shabazz: The Wife of Malcolm X - Proud Indianz

By Phineas Upham Betty Shabazz was born Betty Dean Sanders, but her birthplace is unknown. She claimed it was in Detroit, Michigan, but records from the period seem to indicate that she had been born in Georgia. Her father abused her, and the state stepped in to take her from her home when she was …

Learn about Martin Luther King, Jr. the social activist and Baptist minister who played a key role in the American Civil Rights Movement from the until his assassination in Coretta Scott King, Civil Rights Leaders, Civil Rights Movement, Martin Luther King, King Pic, Black History Facts, Oscar, African American History, Historical Photos

TOM LEONARD probes the truth behind the shaming of Martin Luther King

TOM LEONARD: Listening through headsets into the bugged hotel suite next door, the small group of FBI agents couldn’t quite believe the sordid events that were unfolding.

Muhammad Ali ‘I Am The Greatest’ exhibition set to.: Muhammad Ali ‘I Am The Greatest’ exhibition set to open its doors… Malcolm X, Muhammad Ali, Louis Farrakhan, African American News, By Any Means Necessary, Sport Icon, Black Celebrities, Celebs, My Black Is Beautiful

Live Through History In These Iconic Coloured Classic Photographs

With some of these photos they could have be taken just yesterday and you would hardly know. It’s amazing to see these sometimes iconic places and people brought into the...