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Mileston, MS: 1964. Freedom School Summer Project.    Summer volunteer, Edie Black, washing dishes in kitchen of local farmer, Hartman Turnbow, with whom she was staying.  © 1976 Matt Herron/Take Stock / The Image Works
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Mileston, MS: 1964. Freedom School Summer Project. Summer volunteer, Edie Black, washing dishes in kitchen of local farmer, Hartman Turnbow, with whom she was staying. © 1976 Matt Herron/Take Stock / The Image Works
Holmes County, MS:  Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Organizing Meeting. Summer volunteers and SNCC worker lead assembly in freedom song.  © 1978 George Ballis/Take Stock / The Image Works
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Holmes County, MS: Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Organizing Meeting. Summer volunteers and SNCC worker lead assembly in freedom song. © 1978 George Ballis/Take Stock / The Image Works
Atlantic City, NJ: August 10, 1964. MFDP delegates challenge Mississippi Democrats at Democratic Convention, MFDP delegate demonstrates on convention floor. Sympathetic delegate gave her floor passes so she could enter convention. © 1976 George Ballis/Take Stock / The Image Works
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Atlantic City, NJ: August 10, 1964. MFDP delegates challenge Mississippi Democrats at Democratic Convention, MFDP delegate demonstrates on convention floor. Sympathetic delegate gave her floor passes so she could enter convention. © 1976 George Ballis/Take Stock / The Image Works
Jackson, MS: June 1, 1964. Mississippi Freedom Summer, SNCC staff.  SNCC leader, Bob Moses, with Abe Osheroff and Jim Boethel in SNCC office. © 1976 Matt Herron/Take Stock / The Image Works
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Jackson, MS: June 1, 1964. Mississippi Freedom Summer, SNCC staff. SNCC leader, Bob Moses, with Abe Osheroff and Jim Boethel in SNCC office. © 1976 Matt Herron/Take Stock / The Image Works
Valley View, MS, Summer 1964 - Service at country church -  St.Paul's Missionary Baptist Church, woman testifying.  © 1976 Matt Herron/Take Stock / The Image Works
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Valley View, MS, Summer 1964 - Service at country church - St.Paul's Missionary Baptist Church, woman testifying. © 1976 Matt Herron/Take Stock / The Image Works
Valley View, MS: Summer 1964. Service at country church -  Clasped hands belong to SNCC summer volunteer and one of her students in Freedom School.  © 1976 Matt Herron/Take Stock / The Image Works
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Valley View, MS: Summer 1964. Service at country church - Clasped hands belong to SNCC summer volunteer and one of her students in Freedom School. © 1976 Matt Herron/Take Stock / The Image Works
San Jose, CA: May 1968.  Michael Bloomfield playing with his band The Electric Flag at the Northern California Folk-Rock Festival in San Jose. ©George Ballis / George and Maia Ballis papers, Special Collections Research Center, Henry Madden Library, California State University, Fresno / Take Stock / The Image Works
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San Jose, CA: May 1968. Michael Bloomfield playing with his band The Electric Flag at the Northern California Folk-Rock Festival in San Jose. ©George Ballis / George and Maia Ballis papers, Special Collections Research Center, Henry Madden Library, California State University, Fresno / Take Stock / The Image Works
Coachella, CA:  United Farm Workers Coachella March, Spring 1969. UFW leader, Dolores Huerta, speaking at evening rally after day of marching in Coachella valle. © George Ballis/Take Stock / The Image Works
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Coachella, CA: United Farm Workers Coachella March, Spring 1969. UFW leader, Dolores Huerta, speaking at evening rally after day of marching in Coachella valle. © George Ballis/Take Stock / The Image Works
Alabama: March, 1965. Selma to Montgomery March for voting rights.  Martin Luther King and Coretta Scott King marching and singing with the Abernathy  children, front, L to R: Donzaleigh Abernathy, Ralph David Abernathy III, & Juandalynn Abernathy. Left rear (fir hat) Ralph Abernathy.  © 1976 Matt Herron / Take Stock / The Image Works
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Alabama: March, 1965. Selma to Montgomery March for voting rights. Martin Luther King and Coretta Scott King marching and singing with the Abernathy children, front, L to R: Donzaleigh Abernathy, Ralph David Abernathy III, & Juandalynn Abernathy. Left rear (fir hat) Ralph Abernathy. © 1976 Matt Herron / Take Stock / The Image Works
James Meredith March Through Mississippi, June 1966 Martin Luther King and Coretta King with marchers entering Jackson, MS. Mississippi 6/1/1966  © 1976 Matt Herron/Take Stock / The Image Works
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James Meredith March Through Mississippi, June 1966 Martin Luther King and Coretta King with marchers entering Jackson, MS. Mississippi 6/1/1966 © 1976 Matt Herron/Take Stock / The Image Works
Canton, MS: August 15, 1965. Federal Voter Registrars enforce Voting Rights Act of 1965.  Black citizen fills out voter registration form before federal registrar. © 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. Black citizen fills out voter registration form before federal registrar. © 1976 Matt Herron/Take Stock / The Image Works
Mississippi: January 6, 1967. James Meredith March Through Mississippi. Marching Children frame state policeman with weapon. ©Maria Varela/Take Stock / The Image Works
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Mississippi: January 6, 1967. James Meredith March Through Mississippi. Marching Children frame state policeman with weapon. ©Maria Varela/Take Stock / The Image Works
Selma, AL: July 8, 1964. Selma Voter Registration Demonstration. Young boy demonstrating with sign at SNCC voter registration demonstration in front of Dallas County courthouse. Boy was arrested.   © 1976 Matt Herron / Take Stock / The Image Works
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Selma, AL: July 8, 1964. Selma Voter Registration Demonstration. Young boy demonstrating with sign at SNCC voter registration demonstration in front of Dallas County courthouse. Boy was arrested. © 1976 Matt Herron / Take Stock / The Image Works
Sacramento, CA: January 3, 1966. United Farm Workers: Sacramento March Dolores Huerta, Vice-President of  United Farm Workers, addresses crowd at state capitol in Sacramento at end of march. Robert Kennedy is behind her.© 1976 George Ballis/Take Stock / The Image Works
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Sacramento, CA: January 3, 1966. United Farm Workers: Sacramento March Dolores Huerta, Vice-President of United Farm Workers, addresses crowd at state capitol in Sacramento at end of march. Robert Kennedy is behind her.© 1976 George Ballis/Take Stock / The Image Works
Jackson, MS: October 1, 1963. Aaron Henry mock election campaign. Rev. Ed King, who ran for Lieutenant Governor in the mock election. Political rally, Greenville, Washington County courthouse. King, the only native Mississippi white to join the Civil rights Movement, was #1 on Klan death list,  frequent target of threats. Facial injury was sustained in a suspicious traffic accident shortly after Medgar Evers' assassination.  10/1/1963  © 1976 Matt Herron/Take Stock / The Image Works
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Jackson, MS: October 1, 1963. Aaron Henry mock election campaign. Rev. Ed King, who ran for Lieutenant Governor in the mock election. Political rally, Greenville, Washington County courthouse. King, the only native Mississippi white to join the Civil rights Movement, was #1 on Klan death list, frequent target of threats. Facial injury was sustained in a suspicious traffic accident shortly after Medgar Evers' assassination. 10/1/1963 © 1976 Matt Herron/Take Stock / The Image Works
California: March 12, 1966. First Grape Stike by National Farm Workers Association (NFWA) and AWOC. Strike leader, Luis Valdez, tries to persuade scab workers to leave the grape fields near Delano, CA. Strrikers would call to workers with bull horns. When they came out of fields, a discussion would ensue. They were often successful.  © 1976 George Ballis/Take Stock / The Image Works
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California: March 12, 1966. First Grape Stike by National Farm Workers Association (NFWA) and AWOC. Strike leader, Luis Valdez, tries to persuade scab workers to leave the grape fields near Delano, CA. Strrikers would call to workers with bull horns. When they came out of fields, a discussion would ensue. They were often successful. © 1976 George Ballis/Take Stock / The Image Works
Philadelphia, MS: August 13, 1964. James Chaney funeral. CORE leader, Dave Dennis, gives funeral oration. He said: I'm sick and tired of going to funerals of black men who have been murdered by white men. I've got vengeance in my heart tonight, and I ask you to feel angry with me. Don't just look at me and go back and tell folks you've been to a nice service. Your work is just beginning. If you go back home and take what these white men in Mississippi are doing to us...if you take it and don't do something about it...then God damn your souls!  © 1976 George Ballis/Take Stock / The Image Works
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Philadelphia, MS: August 13, 1964. James Chaney funeral. CORE leader, Dave Dennis, gives funeral oration. He said: I'm sick and tired of going to funerals of black men who have been murdered by white men. I've got vengeance in my heart tonight, and I ask you to feel angry with me. Don't just look at me and go back and tell folks you've been to a nice service. Your work is just beginning. If you go back home and take what these white men in Mississippi are doing to us...if you take it and don't do something about it...then God damn your souls! © 1976 George Ballis/Take Stock / The Image Works
1963.  Ed King, Mississippi native, supports racial integration. Reverend Ed King, with Myrlie Evers, widow of slain civil rights leader, Medgar Evers. In the 1990's, Mrs. Evers briefly became head of the NAACP. King, the only native Mississippi white to join the Movement, was on Klan death list, frequent target of threats. ©Matt Herron/Take Stock / The Image Works
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1963. Ed King, Mississippi native, supports racial integration. Reverend Ed King, with Myrlie Evers, widow of slain civil rights leader, Medgar Evers. In the 1990's, Mrs. Evers briefly became head of the NAACP. King, the only native Mississippi white to join the Movement, was on Klan death list, frequent target of threats. ©Matt Herron/Take Stock / The Image Works
Hattiesburg, Mississippi, 11/3/64: Vernon Dahmer, Civil Rights leader, on tractor in his cotton field. He designed & built the spray rig, was a very progressive, scientific farmer with one of the highest per acre yields in the county. Hattiesburg, Mississippi 11/3/1964  © 1976 George Ballis/Take Stock / The Image Works
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Hattiesburg, Mississippi, 11/3/64: Vernon Dahmer, Civil Rights leader, on tractor in his cotton field. He designed & built the spray rig, was a very progressive, scientific farmer with one of the highest per acre yields in the county. Hattiesburg, Mississippi 11/3/1964 © 1976 George Ballis/Take Stock / The Image Works
Hattiesburg, Mississippi: September 1964. Civil Rights leader Vernon Dahmer in his cotton field.  One of original civil rights leaders in Hattiesburg area, was killed when his store and home were firebombed by Klan, January 10, 1965.  © 1976 George Ballis/Take Stock / The Image Works
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Hattiesburg, Mississippi: September 1964. Civil Rights leader Vernon Dahmer in his cotton field. One of original civil rights leaders in Hattiesburg area, was killed when his store and home were firebombed by Klan, January 10, 1965. © 1976 George Ballis/Take Stock / The Image Works
Mileston, MS: August 1, 1964. Freedom School, Summer Project.  Edie Black, volunteer from Smith College, teaches freedom school at Mileston, a community of independent black farmers in the Mississippi Delta near Lexington.   ©1976 Matt Herron/Take Stock / The Image Works
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Mileston, MS: August 1, 1964. Freedom School, Summer Project. Edie Black, volunteer from Smith College, teaches freedom school at Mileston, a community of independent black farmers in the Mississippi Delta near Lexington. ©1976 Matt Herron/Take Stock / The Image Works
Jackson, MS: October, 1963  Tougaloo College students singing Freedom Songs to celebrate release of ministers and students jailed for attempting to integrate Jackson churches. L TO R: Doris Derby, William Kunstler, civil rights lawyer, who defended those arrested.  © 1976 Matt Herron/Take Stock / The Image Works
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Jackson, MS: October, 1963 Tougaloo College students singing Freedom Songs to celebrate release of ministers and students jailed for attempting to integrate Jackson churches. L TO R: Doris Derby, William Kunstler, civil rights lawyer, who defended those arrested. © 1976 Matt Herron/Take Stock / The Image Works
Jackson, Mississippi 11/14/1963: Rev. Ed King, Miss. native, supports racial integration. Rev. Ed King confers with Allard Lowenstein, who advised COFO on developing the 1964 summer project. Lowenstein was later elected Democratic Representative from New York. His promising political career was cut short when he was shot and killed by a mentally disturbed civil rights worker.   © 1976 Matt Herron/Take Stock / The Image Works
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Jackson, Mississippi 11/14/1963: Rev. Ed King, Miss. native, supports racial integration. Rev. Ed King confers with Allard Lowenstein, who advised COFO on developing the 1964 summer project. Lowenstein was later elected Democratic Representative from New York. His promising political career was cut short when he was shot and killed by a mentally disturbed civil rights worker. © 1976 Matt Herron/Take Stock / The Image Works
MFDP delegates challenge Miss. Democrats at Democratic Convention, 1964. An upset Eleanor Holmes Norton with Bob Moses, reacts to betrayal of MFDP delegation by Hubert Humphrey and other Democratic leaders, who implied the Mississippi delegation had accepted the compromise. Atlantic City, NJ 8/10/1964  © 1976 George Ballis/Take Stock / The Image Works
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MFDP delegates challenge Miss. Democrats at Democratic Convention, 1964. An upset Eleanor Holmes Norton with Bob Moses, reacts to betrayal of MFDP delegation by Hubert Humphrey and other Democratic leaders, who implied the Mississippi delegation had accepted the compromise. Atlantic City, NJ 8/10/1964 © 1976 George Ballis/Take Stock / The Image Works
MFDP delegates challenge Miss. Democrats at Democratic Convention, 1964 Artifacts of civil rights repression on display in Atlantic City: car belonging to Stokely Carmichael burned in Mileston, Mississippi, and partially burned Klan crosses. Atlantic City, NJ 8/10/1964  © 1976 George Ballis/Take Stock / The Image Works
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MFDP delegates challenge Miss. Democrats at Democratic Convention, 1964 Artifacts of civil rights repression on display in Atlantic City: car belonging to Stokely Carmichael burned in Mileston, Mississippi, and partially burned Klan crosses. Atlantic City, NJ 8/10/1964 © 1976 George Ballis/Take Stock / The Image Works

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