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Mileston, MS: June 1, 1964. Community Center Construction, Freedom summer.  Meeting of Mileston community to plan center. After a hard day of work, Mr. Head and Ozell Mitchell sit up late to discuss the center.  1976 Matt Herron/Take Stock / The Image Works
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Mileston, MS: June 1, 1964. Community Center Construction, Freedom summer. Meeting of Mileston community to plan center. After a hard day of work, Mr. Head and Ozell Mitchell sit up late to discuss the center. 1976 Matt Herron/Take Stock / The Image Works
Canton, MS: August 15, 1965. Federal Voter Registrars enforce Voting Rights Act of 1965. C.O. Chinn Jr., a local CORE worker, talking to a housewife in Sawmill Bottom, a poor neighborhood of Canton.  Chinn is doing voter registration canvassing.   © 1976 Matt Herron/Take Stock / The Image Works
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Canton, MS: August 15, 1965. Federal Voter Registrars enforce Voting Rights Act of 1965. C.O. Chinn Jr., a local CORE worker, talking to a housewife in Sawmill Bottom, a poor neighborhood of Canton. Chinn is doing voter registration canvassing. © 1976 Matt Herron/Take Stock / The Image Works
Atlantic City, NJ: August 10, 1964. MFDP delegates challenge Miss. Democrats at Democratic Convention, 1964.  Hartman Turnbow, a farmer and civil rights leader from Holmes County. Turnbow once held off a band of night riders who came to burn down his farmhouse. When he reported the crime the next morning, he was arrested for arson.   © 1976 George Ballis/Take Stock / The Image Works
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Atlantic City, NJ: August 10, 1964. MFDP delegates challenge Miss. Democrats at Democratic Convention, 1964. Hartman Turnbow, a farmer and civil rights leader from Holmes County. Turnbow once held off a band of night riders who came to burn down his farmhouse. When he reported the crime the next morning, he was arrested for arson. © 1976 George Ballis/Take Stock / The Image Works
Mileston, MS: June 1, 1964. Freedom Summer: living conditions, Mississippi summer of 1964. Summer volunteers in kitchen of community leader, Hartman Turnbow: L to R: Edie Black, Mrs. Turnbow, Abe Osheroff, Martha Honey, Jim Boethel.  6/1/1964  © 1976 Matt Herron/Take Stock / The Image Works
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Mileston, MS: June 1, 1964. Freedom Summer: living conditions, Mississippi summer of 1964. Summer volunteers in kitchen of community leader, Hartman Turnbow: L to R: Edie Black, Mrs. Turnbow, Abe Osheroff, Martha Honey, Jim Boethel. 6/1/1964 © 1976 Matt Herron/Take Stock / The Image Works
Mileston, MS: June 1, 1964. Community Center Construction, Mileston Mississippi. Dedication of Mileston Community Center. Summer volunteers, SNCC staff members and local residents listening to dedication speech. 6/1/1964  © 1976 Matt Herron/Take Stock / The Image Works
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Mileston, MS: June 1, 1964. Community Center Construction, Mileston Mississippi. Dedication of Mileston Community Center. Summer volunteers, SNCC staff members and local residents listening to dedication speech. 6/1/1964 © 1976 Matt Herron/Take Stock / The Image Works
Mileston, MS: August 1, 1964. MFDP: Holmes County election of freedom delegates Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party precinct representatives gather at Good Hope Baptist Church to elect delegates to challenge regular Democratic party at Atlantic City convention. Hartman Turnbow, a local farmer and civil rights movement leader addresses meeting.   © 1976 Matt Herron/Take Stock / The Image Works
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Mileston, MS: August 1, 1964. MFDP: Holmes County election of freedom delegates Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party precinct representatives gather at Good Hope Baptist Church to elect delegates to challenge regular Democratic party at Atlantic City convention. Hartman Turnbow, a local farmer and civil rights movement leader addresses meeting. © 1976 Matt Herron/Take Stock / The Image Works
Modesto, CA: July 10, 1961. Migrant camp. A farm worker couple sit by their car at Butler's Grove, relaxing at the end of a day of looking for work. Stanislaus County, CA 7/10/1961  © 1961 Ernest Lowe/Take Stock / The Image Works
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Modesto, CA: July 10, 1961. Migrant camp. A farm worker couple sit by their car at Butler's Grove, relaxing at the end of a day of looking for work. Stanislaus County, CA 7/10/1961 © 1961 Ernest Lowe/Take Stock / The Image Works
Westley, Stanislsaus County, CA:  7/9/1961.  Resting. A single farm worker resting on his bed in mens' barracks,   © 1961 Ernest Lowe/Take Stock / The Image Works
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Westley, Stanislsaus County, CA: 7/9/1961. Resting. A single farm worker resting on his bed in mens' barracks, © 1961 Ernest Lowe/Take Stock / The Image Works
Bogalusa, Louisiana: July 1, 1965. Civil rights march: Deacons of Defense Segregationist and her daughters watch marchers in Bogaloosa. Sign reads: Nigger Don't You Wish You Were White.  © 1976 Matt Herron/Take Stock / The Image Works
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Bogalusa, Louisiana: July 1, 1965. Civil rights march: Deacons of Defense Segregationist and her daughters watch marchers in Bogaloosa. Sign reads: Nigger Don't You Wish You Were White. © 1976 Matt Herron/Take Stock / The Image Works
South Dol Palos, CA: July 12, 1961. Resting. An Indian farm worker resting on his bed. © 1961 Ernest Lowe/Take Stock / The Image Works
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South Dol Palos, CA: July 12, 1961. Resting. An Indian farm worker resting on his bed. © 1961 Ernest Lowe/Take Stock / The Image Works
Three Rocks, CA: 1961. Child at Three Rocks. An Anglo girl with a tortilla in her hand, before tar paper shacks at Three Rocks, a farm worker community made up of houses condemned on ranchers' land and moved to promoter's land. He gave tenants the houses and rented the land to avoid housing code penalties. No water piped in. Torn down in mid-sixities and replaced by a Federal self-help housing project.  Three Rocks, Fresno County. 3/21/1961  © 1961 Ernest Lowe/Take Stock / The Image Works
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Three Rocks, CA: 1961. Child at Three Rocks. An Anglo girl with a tortilla in her hand, before tar paper shacks at Three Rocks, a farm worker community made up of houses condemned on ranchers' land and moved to promoter's land. He gave tenants the houses and rented the land to avoid housing code penalties. No water piped in. Torn down in mid-sixities and replaced by a Federal self-help housing project. Three Rocks, Fresno County. 3/21/1961 © 1961 Ernest Lowe/Take Stock / The Image Works
Three Rocks, CA: 1961. Chicana woman sitting on her bed in a tar paper shack at Three Rocks. Westside Fresno County.  3/21/1961  © 1961 Ernest Lowe/Take Stock / The Image Works
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Three Rocks, CA: 1961. Chicana woman sitting on her bed in a tar paper shack at Three Rocks. Westside Fresno County. 3/21/1961 © 1961 Ernest Lowe/Take Stock / The Image Works
East Mendota, CA: No work in the winter. A street-side card game in East Mendota, a Black farm worker community. No work in the Winter so you stand around all day.   © 1976 Ernest Lowe/Take Stock / The Image Works
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East Mendota, CA: No work in the winter. A street-side card game in East Mendota, a Black farm worker community. No work in the Winter so you stand around all day. © 1976 Ernest Lowe/Take Stock / The Image Works
South Dos Palos, CA: July 12, 1961. Migrant Child. A Black child's raggedy dress and feet South Dos Palos.  © 1961 Ernest Lowe/Take Stock / The Image Works
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South Dos Palos, CA: July 12, 1961. Migrant Child. A Black child's raggedy dress and feet South Dos Palos. © 1961 Ernest Lowe/Take Stock / The Image Works
First Grape Strike by National Farm Workers Association (NFWA) and AWOC. Armed grower guards his vineyards during grape strike.  Delano, CA 1/3/1966  © 1976 George Ballis/Take Stock / The Image Works
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First Grape Strike by National Farm Workers Association (NFWA) and AWOC. Armed grower guards his vineyards during grape strike. Delano, CA 1/3/1966 © 1976 George Ballis/Take Stock / The Image Works
CA:1966.  First Grape Stike by National Farm Workers Association (NFWA) and AWOC. Man standing on picket line in grape fields near Delano, CA on a cold winter day.  1/1/1966  © 1976 George Ballis/Take Stock / The Image Works
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CA:1966. First Grape Stike by National Farm Workers Association (NFWA) and AWOC. Man standing on picket line in grape fields near Delano, CA on a cold winter day. 1/1/1966 © 1976 George Ballis/Take Stock / The Image Works
Delano, CA: January 3,1966. First Grape Stike by National Farm Workers Association (NFWA) and AWOC. Young migrant workers hired as strike breakers by the growers.  Prosperity is brand name of table grapes.1/3/1966  © 1976 George Ballis/Take Stock / The Image Works
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Delano, CA: January 3,1966. First Grape Stike by National Farm Workers Association (NFWA) and AWOC. Young migrant workers hired as strike breakers by the growers. Prosperity is brand name of table grapes.1/3/1966 © 1976 George Ballis/Take Stock / The Image Works
Rosedale, Mississippi Delta. January 25, 1966. Voter handbill posted on a picket gate. Sign reads: 'Attention..Help Elect a Negro Sheriff'.  As black voters gained strength, the first black officials they elected were the ones who affected their lives most directly: the sheriffs. ©1976 Maria Varela / Take Stock / The Image Works
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Rosedale, Mississippi Delta. January 25, 1966. Voter handbill posted on a picket gate. Sign reads: 'Attention..Help Elect a Negro Sheriff'. As black voters gained strength, the first black officials they elected were the ones who affected their lives most directly: the sheriffs. ©1976 Maria Varela / Take Stock / The Image Works
AL: 1963. Woman marks a Black Panther ballot in primary election. Rather than join the segregationist Alabama Democratic Party, Lowndes County black voters formed their own party and voted in their own primary on May 3, 1963. The party symbol was a black panther, later adopted by black militants in California. ©Maria Varela / Take Stock / The Image Works
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AL: 1963. Woman marks a Black Panther ballot in primary election. Rather than join the segregationist Alabama Democratic Party, Lowndes County black voters formed their own party and voted in their own primary on May 3, 1963. The party symbol was a black panther, later adopted by black militants in California. ©Maria Varela / Take Stock / The Image Works
Lowndes County, AL: May 3, 1966. Lowndes County Freedom Organization (Black Panther) primary. Rather than join the segregationist Alabama Democratic Party, Lowndes County, black voters formed their own party and voted in their own primary on May 3, 1966. The party symbol was a black panther, later adopted by black militants in California. Here party members fill out primary ballots. Lowndes County, Alabama 5/3/1966  /Take Stock / The Image Works
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Lowndes County, AL: May 3, 1966. Lowndes County Freedom Organization (Black Panther) primary. Rather than join the segregationist Alabama Democratic Party, Lowndes County, black voters formed their own party and voted in their own primary on May 3, 1966. The party symbol was a black panther, later adopted by black militants in California. Here party members fill out primary ballots. Lowndes County, Alabama 5/3/1966 /Take Stock / The Image Works
Lexington, MS: August 15, 1965. Federal Voter Registrars enforce Voting Rights Act of 1965. Black citizens waiting in line at the Holmes County Circuit Clerk's office in Lexington Mississippi to attempt to register to vote. Long waits and routine denial of applications were typical of this process.   © 1976 Matt Herron/Take Stock / The Image Works
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Lexington, MS: August 15, 1965. Federal Voter Registrars enforce Voting Rights Act of 1965. Black citizens waiting in line at the Holmes County Circuit Clerk's office in Lexington Mississippi to attempt to register to vote. Long waits and routine denial of applications were typical of this process. © 1976 Matt Herron/Take Stock / The Image Works
Canton, MS: August 15, 1965. Federal Voter Registrars enforce Voting Rights Act of 1965. C.O. Chinn Jr., a local CORE worker, talking to resident of Sawmill Bottom, a poor neighbor hood of Canton urging her to go to the courthouse to register to vote.   © 1976 Matt Herron/Take Stock / The Image Works
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Canton, MS: August 15, 1965. Federal Voter Registrars enforce Voting Rights Act of 1965. C.O. Chinn Jr., a local CORE worker, talking to resident of Sawmill Bottom, a poor neighbor hood of Canton urging her to go to the courthouse to register to vote. © 1976 Matt Herron/Take Stock / The Image Works
James Meredith March Through Mississippi, June 1966 - James Meredith on the road in Mississippi, a cover story on his march for the Saturday Evening Post.  ©Matt Herron / Take Stock / The Image Works
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James Meredith March Through Mississippi, June 1966 - James Meredith on the road in Mississippi, a cover story on his march for the Saturday Evening Post. ©Matt Herron / Take Stock / The Image Works
James Meredith March Through Mississippi, June 1966 - "We Walked" reflection of marchers in puddle.  ©1976 Maria Varela / Take Stock / The Image Works
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James Meredith March Through Mississippi, June 1966 - "We Walked" reflection of marchers in puddle. ©1976 Maria Varela / Take Stock / The Image Works
James Meredith March Through Mississippi, June 1966 - Country lady in apron in march column.  ©1976 Maria Varela / Take Stock / The Image Works
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James Meredith March Through Mississippi, June 1966 - Country lady in apron in march column. ©1976 Maria Varela / Take Stock / The Image Works

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