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A bus station in Birmingham, Alabama, 1956. Photo by Gordon Parks
African American professor E.J. Thornton entering a Colored Waiting Room at a bus station   Location:	Mobil, AL, US  Date taken:	1956  Photographer:	Gordon Parks
Life in segregated Alabama, 1956.  Photo by African-American photographer Gordon Parks for the a 1956  Life magazine photo-essay.
A "Colored Balcony" sign at a segregated theater. Birmingham had a well-deserved reputation as the most segregated and racially violent city in the deep South, 1963.  Photo credit: Bob Adelman
Airline terminal in Georgia, 1956. Gordon Parks's Alternative Civil Rights Photographs - NYTimes.com
Travalin' in style! Pennsylvania Station,1942.
Shotguns and sundaes: Gordon Parks's rare photographs of everyday life in the segregated South | Art and design | The Guardian
Every day lifestyles by Gordon Parks
"A Radically Prosaic Approach to Civil Rights Images" by Maurice Berger: presents some seemingly ordinary and innocent, yet powerful, images shot by the legendary Gordon Parks for Life Magazine. They depict a large, extended Southern black family living their daily lives during the tyranny of the Jim Crow segregation. Just incredible.
ex-slave with a long memory, alabama, 1938 • dorothea lange