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Sacramento, CA: 1994. Dolores Huerta, co-founder of the United Farm Workers, at the end of the march from Delano to Sacramento the year after the death of Cesar Chavez.  She wears a wooden cross, as did each of the people who walked the whole distance, in what they called a perigrinacion, or pilgrimage.  The march demonstrated that even after the death of Chavez, the union he founded would live on. ©David Bacon/ The Image Works
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Sacramento, CA: 1994. Dolores Huerta, co-founder of the United Farm Workers, at the end of the march from Delano to Sacramento the year after the death of Cesar Chavez. She wears a wooden cross, as did each of the people who walked the whole distance, in what they called a perigrinacion, or pilgrimage. The march demonstrated that even after the death of Chavez, the union he founded would live on. ©David Bacon/ The Image Works
Delano, CA: April 1970. Dolores Huerta - Huelga.  Grape Strike organizer.  ©Robert Altman / The Image Works  Minimum usage fee applies.
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Delano, CA: April 1970. Dolores Huerta - Huelga. Grape Strike organizer. ©Robert Altman / The Image Works
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Delano, CA: 1/3/1966. First Grape Stike by National Farm Workers Association (NFWA) and AWOC. UFW picket, Dolores Huerta, a leader of the United Farm Workers moment, calls to strike breakers to leave the fields and join them in strike.  © 1976 George Ballis/Take Stock / The Image Works
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Delano, CA: 1/3/1966. First Grape Stike by National Farm Workers Association (NFWA) and AWOC. UFW picket, Dolores Huerta, a leader of the United Farm Workers moment, calls to strike breakers to leave the fields and join them in strike. © 1976 George Ballis/Take Stock / The Image Works
Delano, CA: 1/3/1966. First Grape Stike by National Farm Workers Association (NFWA) and AWOC. Strikers call to strike breakers in the grape fields, urging them to join the strike. Strike leader, Dolores Huerta crouching, center. Delano. © 1976 George Ballis/Take Stock / The Image Works
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Delano, CA: 1/3/1966. First Grape Stike by National Farm Workers Association (NFWA) and AWOC. Strikers call to strike breakers in the grape fields, urging them to join the strike. Strike leader, Dolores Huerta crouching, center. Delano. © 1976 George Ballis/Take Stock / The Image Works
CA: January 3, 1966. United Farm Workers: Sacramento March Dolores Huerta, Vice-President of  United Farm Workers, in crowd at state capitol in Sacramento at end of march. Robert Kennedy is to the right of her. Delano, Sacramento, CA. 1/3/1966  © 1976 George Ballis/Take Stock / The Image Works
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CA: January 3, 1966. United Farm Workers: Sacramento March Dolores Huerta, Vice-President of United Farm Workers, in crowd at state capitol in Sacramento at end of march. Robert Kennedy is to the right of her. Delano, Sacramento, CA. 1/3/1966 © 1976 George Ballis/Take Stock / The Image Works
Bethel, New York: Woodstock Music Festival. August 1969 ©John Dominis / The Image Works
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Bethel, New York: Woodstock Music Festival. August 1969 ©John Dominis / The Image Works
Photographer: Colin Jones  Birmingham Alabama, Race Riots 11 May 1963 Note the shot gun cartridges at the feet.  There were more boxes on the back seat, according to the photographer. Theophilus Eugene Connor, known as Bull Connor, was an American politician who served as an elected Commissioner of Public Safety for the city of Birmingham, Alabama, for more than two decades. He strongly opposed activities of the American Civil Rights Movement in the 1960s.  © Colin Jones / TopFoto / The Image Works Minimum fees may apply
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Photographer: Colin Jones Birmingham Alabama, Race Riots 11 May 1963
Note the shot gun cartridges at the feet. There were more boxes on the back seat, according to the photographer. Theophilus Eugene Connor, known as Bull Connor, was an American politician who served as an elected Commissioner of Public Safety for the city of Birmingham, Alabama, for more than two decades. He strongly opposed activities of the American Civil Rights Movement in the 1960s. © Colin Jones / TopFoto / The Image Works
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Photographer: Colin Jones Birmingham Alabama Race Riots - Birmingham Campaign 11 May 1963 - The streets and the atmosphere were tense. water cannons were used on the protestors. Fire Department on the street with three young african american men crossing. 17th st North.  © Colin Jones / TopFoto / The Image Works Minimum fees may apply
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Photographer: Colin Jones Birmingham Alabama
Race Riots - Birmingham Campaign
11 May 1963 - The streets and the atmosphere were tense. water cannons were used on the protestors. Fire Department on the street with three young african american men crossing. 17th st North. © Colin Jones / TopFoto / The Image Works
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Photographer: Colin Jones Birmingham Alabama Race Riots - Birmingham Campaign 11 May 1963 - The streets and the atmosphere were tense. Water cannons were used on the protestors. Fire Department on the streets.  © Colin Jones / TopFoto / The Image Works Minimum fees may apply
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Photographer: Colin Jones Birmingham Alabama
Race Riots - Birmingham Campaign
11 May 1963 - The streets and the atmosphere were tense. Water cannons were used on the protestors. Fire Department on the streets. © Colin Jones / TopFoto / The Image Works
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Photographer: Colin Jones  Birmingham Alabama Race Riots - Birmingham Campaign 11 May 1963 - The streets and the atmosphere were tense. water cannons were used on the protestors. young women crossing street in front of Birmingham Fire Department.  © Colin Jones / TopFoto / The Image Works Minimum fees may apply
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Photographer: Colin Jones Birmingham Alabama
Race Riots - Birmingham Campaign
11 May 1963 - The streets and the atmosphere were tense. water cannons were used on the protestors. young women crossing street in front of Birmingham Fire Department. © Colin Jones / TopFoto / The Image Works
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Photographer: Colin Jones  Birmingham Alabama, Race Riots 11 May 1963 Theophilus Eugene Connor, known as Bull Connor, was an American politician who served as an elected Commissioner of Public Safety for the city of Birmingham, Alabama, for more than two decades. He strongly opposed activities of the American Civil Rights Movement in the 1960s.  © Colin Jones / TopFoto / The Image Works Minimum fees may apply
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Photographer: Colin Jones Birmingham Alabama, Race Riots 11 May 1963
Theophilus Eugene Connor, known as Bull Connor, was an American politician who served as an elected Commissioner of Public Safety for the city of Birmingham, Alabama, for more than two decades. He strongly opposed activities of the American Civil Rights Movement in the 1960s. © Colin Jones / TopFoto / The Image Works
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Photographer: Colin Jones  Birmingham Alabama Race Riots - Birmingham Campaign 11 May 1963 - The streets and the atmosphere were tense. Two men walking past ruined buildings.  © Colin Jones / TopFoto / The Image Works Minimum fees may apply
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Photographer: Colin Jones Birmingham Alabama
Race Riots - Birmingham Campaign
11 May 1963 - The streets and the atmosphere were tense. Two men walking past ruined buildings. © Colin Jones / TopFoto / The Image Works
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Photographer: Colin Jones  Birmingham Alabama Race Riots - Birmingham Campaign 11 May 1963 - The streets and the atmosphere were tense. On May 10, 1963, African American leaders and white businessmen reached a demonstration-ending agreement. On May 11, the A.G. Gaston Motel and the home of Martin Luther King's brother Reverend A. D. King were both bombed. Photo shows part of the damaged A G Gaston Motel.  © Colin Jones / TopFoto / The Image Works Minimum fees may apply
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Photographer: Colin Jones Birmingham Alabama
Race Riots - Birmingham Campaign
11 May 1963 - The streets and the atmosphere were tense. On May 10, 1963, African American leaders and white businessmen reached a demonstration-ending agreement. On May 11, the A.G. Gaston Motel and the home of Martin Luther King's brother Reverend A. D. King were both bombed. Photo shows part of the damaged A G Gaston Motel. © Colin Jones / TopFoto / The Image Works
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Photographer: Colin Jones  Birmingham Alabama Race Riots - Birmingham Campaign 11 May 1963 - The streets and the atmosphere were tense. Evidence of damage and destruction. Two young boys searching through the rubble.  © Colin Jones / TopFoto / The Image Works Minimum fees may apply
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Photographer: Colin Jones Birmingham Alabama
Race Riots - Birmingham Campaign
11 May 1963 - The streets and the atmosphere were tense. Evidence of damage and destruction. Two young boys searching through the rubble. © Colin Jones / TopFoto / The Image Works
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Photographer: Colin Jones Birmingham Alabama Race Riots - Birmingham Campaign 11 May 1963 - The streets and the atmosphere were tense. police / law enforcement sitting on the sidewalk / pavement with african american men in the background.  © Colin Jones / TopFoto / The Image Works Minimum fees may apply
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Photographer: Colin Jones
Birmingham Alabama
Race Riots - Birmingham Campaign
11 May 1963 - The streets and the atmosphere were tense. police / law enforcement sitting on the sidewalk / pavement with african american men in the background. © Colin Jones / TopFoto / The Image Works
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Photographer: Colin Jones Birmingham Alabama Race Riots - Birmingham Campaign 11 May 1963 - The streets and the atmosphere were tense. 6th avenue North.  © Colin Jones / TopFoto / The Image Works Minimum fees may apply
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Photographer: Colin Jones
Birmingham Alabama
Race Riots - Birmingham Campaign
11 May 1963 - The streets and the atmosphere were tense. 6th avenue North. © Colin Jones / TopFoto / The Image Works
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Rev. Fred Shuttlesworth (right, front) slaps a young man with a wet rag for taunting police during a racial demonstration, where police and firemen used high-pressure hoses and an armored car as 'crowd control'. 7 May 1963.  © TopFoto / The Image Works
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Rev. Fred Shuttlesworth (right, front) slaps a young man with a wet rag for taunting police during a racial demonstration, where police and firemen used high-pressure hoses and an armored car as 'crowd control'. 7 May 1963. © TopFoto / The Image Works
MARTIN LUTHER KING  ARRESTED IN BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA, 9 MAY 1963 © TopFoto / The Image Works
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MARTIN LUTHER KING ARRESTED IN BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA, 9 MAY 1963
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RACIAL SEGREGATION BIRMINGHAM ALABAMA YOUNG BLACK WOMAN KNEELING IN PRAYER. 7 MAY 1963 © TopFoto / The Image Works
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RACIAL SEGREGATION BIRMINGHAM ALABAMA YOUNG BLACK WOMAN KNEELING IN PRAYER. 7 MAY 1963
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RACIAL SEGREGATION OPRESSED BLACK PEOPLE SEEKING SHELTER IN BIRMINGHAM. Young protesters being sprayed with fire hose. 4 MAY 1963 © TopFoto / The Image Works
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RACIAL SEGREGATION OPRESSED BLACK PEOPLE SEEKING SHELTER IN BIRMINGHAM. Young protesters being sprayed with fire hose. 4 MAY 1963
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Detroit, MI: July 25, 1967.   Army paratroopers,  some of whom are African-American from nearby Selfridge Air Force base, moving into this riot torn city early this morning  in an effort to put a stop to the shooting, looting and arson that has ripped Detroit for the past two days.  Nearly 5,000 Federal troops have been flown to the air base to assist the 10,000 National Guardsmenn already in  Detroit.  ©Topfoto/ The Image Works
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Detroit, MI: July 25, 1967. Army paratroopers, some of whom are African-American from nearby Selfridge Air Force base, moving into this riot torn city early this morning in an effort to put a stop to the shooting, looting and arson that has ripped Detroit for the past two days. Nearly 5,000 Federal troops have been flown to the air base to assist the 10,000 National Guardsmenn already in Detroit. ©Topfoto/ The Image Works
The Monkees: Davy Jones, Peter Tork, Micky Dolenz and Michael Nesmith (seated). 1960's  ©Topfoto/ The Image Works
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The Monkees: Davy Jones, Peter Tork, Micky Dolenz and Michael Nesmith (seated). 1960's ©Topfoto/ The Image Works
Rockaway, NJ: June 19, 1958. The infantry soldier of the future may be equipped with a rocket powered jump belt strapped to his waist , the belt is capable of propelling a man up mountains , across rivers , and as fast as a racehorse across the flat . The small nozzles ( arrowed ) are at the soldier's waist and do not interfere with normal actions. ©Topfoto/ The Image Works
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Rockaway, NJ: June 19, 1958. The infantry soldier of the future may be equipped with a rocket powered jump belt strapped to his waist , the belt is capable of propelling a man up mountains , across rivers , and as fast as a racehorse across the flat . The small nozzles ( arrowed ) are at the soldier's waist and do not interfere with normal actions. ©Topfoto/ The Image Works
Hot Springs, Arkansas: 1936. Lucky Luciano was extradited from the gambling spa of Hot Springs  to stand trial in New York 's State Supreme Court in May 1936 ©Topfoto/ The Image Works
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Hot Springs, Arkansas: 1936. Lucky Luciano was extradited from the gambling spa of Hot Springs to stand trial in New York 's State Supreme Court in May 1936 ©Topfoto/ The Image Works
Lt John F Kennedy in WWII. ©Topfoto/ The Image Works
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Lt John F Kennedy in WWII. ©Topfoto/ The Image Works

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