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Birmingham, Alabama. 1963. A grieving mourner at the funeral of the 4 girls killed at the 16th St. Baptist Church bombing.

A grieving mourner at the funeral of the 4 girls killed at the St.

Birmingham, Alabama Armed members of the Alabama Highway Patrol near the Street Church

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speaks with people after delivering a sermon on May 1956 in Montgomery, Alabama. (Photo by Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images) and probably telling a cheesy joke

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Remembering Selma requires that we continue the fight for racial equality

In this March 1965 file photo, Dr., joins hands with other African American leaders singing "We Shall Overcome" at a church rally in Selma, Ala.

Grace McKinley walking her daughter, Linda Gail McKinley to School, Nashville, Tennessee, 1957.

[© Knoxville Journal]Grace McKinley walking her daughter, Linda Gail McKinley past hostile whites to school in Nashville, Tennessee,

Thousands gather at the Washington Monument at the March on Washington for jobs and racial equality. Photo by Bruce Davidson/Magnum Photos

Bruce Davidson is a Magnum photographer and a revered master of social documentary photography. The images he took both reflected the civil rights movement and

The Kings with Hubert Humphrey

and his wife, Coretta Scott King, enjoy their conversation with Sen. Hubert Humphrey during the Nobel Peace Prize Reception.

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Funeral for one of the four girls killed in the KKK bombing of the Street Baptist church.

On November 20, 1948, the life of African-American, Amy Mallard, changed forever. She watched as a mob of twenty armed white men shot and killed her husband, Robert Mallard. At first the incident drew very little attention until Mallard’s wife began speaking out; the case soon became national news.

Black ThenRobert Mallard Murdered For Voting and Driving a New Frazer Automobile - Black Then

Alabama, Selma. 1965. The Great Freedom March. Martin Luther KING Jr. led a group of marchers from Selma to Montgomery to fight for black sufferage.

Part 3 Jr. leading the from to Montgomery to fight for black suffrage. USA For Magnum features historic Black coverage in a photo essay.

Ted Kennedy with Dr Martin Luther King Jr

Martin Luther King, left, with Sen. Edward Kennedy (D-Mass.) at the Southern Christian Leadership Conference banquet in Jackson, Mississippi, Aug.

Top 10 books for Black History month

“Breach of Peace” (2008 ) by Eric Etheridge is one of the most beautiful books I have ever seen. It just came out in May. It has the black-and-white pictures the police in Jackson, Miss…

Eric Etheridge: Breach of Peace

Cover image: Breach of peace : portraits of the 1961 Mississippi freedom riders / Eric Etheridge ; preface by Roger Wilkins ; foreword by Diane McWhorter.