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Italy: Icon of Didius Julianus (133-137), 20th Roman emperor, from the book Icones imperatorvm romanorvm (Icons of Roman Emperors), Antwerp, c. 1645 - Didius Julianus (133/137-193 CE) was raised by Domitia Lucilla, the mother of emperor Marcus Aurelius, and was groomed for public office and distinction. He served in the Roman army, and was raised to consulship alongside Pertinax in 175 CE for his successes against the Germanic tribes.  After the Praetorian Guard murdered Pertinax in March 193 CE, they put the imperial throne up for bidding, willing to sell it to whomever could pay the most. Julianus won the bidding war, and was declared as Caesar and emperor, with the Senate formalising the declaration under military threat. His controversial ascension immediately invoked widespread public anger and caused a civil war in protest, with multiple rival claimants to the throne rising up, causing the year to be known as the Year of the Five Emperors.  The Praetorian Guard had become an undisciplined and debauched lot by then, strangers to active military operations, and could not halt rival Septimius Severus' progress towards Rome, who was declared by all Italy as their rightful emperor. Eventually, Julianus was deserted by practically everyone of import, and he was executed after only nine weeks of rule.  ©Pictures From History/ The Image Works
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Italy: Icon of Didius Julianus (133-137), 20th Roman emperor, from the book Icones imperatorvm romanorvm (Icons of Roman Emperors), Antwerp, c. 1645 - Didius Julianus (133/137-193 CE) was raised by Domitia Lucilla, the mother of emperor Marcus Aurelius, and was groomed for public office and distinction. He served in the Roman army, and was raised to consulship alongside Pertinax in 175 CE for his successes against the Germanic tribes.

After the Praetorian Guard murdered Pertinax in March 193 CE, they put the imperial throne up for bidding, willing to sell it to whomever could pay the most. Julianus won the bidding war, and was declared as Caesar and emperor, with the Senate formalising the declaration under military threat. His controversial ascension immediately invoked widespread public anger and caused a civil war in protest, with multiple rival claimants to the throne rising up, causing the year to be known as the Year of the Five Emperors.

The Praetorian Guard had become an undisciplined and debauched lot by then, strangers to active military operations, and could not halt rival Septimius Severus' progress towards Rome, who was declared by all Italy as their rightful emperor. Eventually, Julianus was deserted by practically everyone of import, and he was executed after only nine weeks of rule. ©Pictures From History/ The Image Works
Italy: Icon of Honorius (384-423), 71st Western Roman emperor, from the book Icones imperatorvm romanorvm (Icons of Roman Emperors), Antwerp, c. 1645 - Honorius (384-423) was the second son of Emperor Theodosius I and younger brother to Eastern Emperor Arcadius. Honorius was made Augustus and co-ruler in 393 CE, aged 9. When his father died two years laters, Honorius was given the Western half of the Roman Empire, while Arcadius ruled the East. Young as he was, Honorius was mainly a figurehead for General Stilicho, who had been appointed his guardian and advisor by Theodosius before his death. Stilicho made Honorius marry his daughter Maria to strengthen their bonds.   Honorius' reign, which was weak and chaotic even by the standards of the rapidly declining Western Roman Empire, was marked by constant barbarian invasions and usurper uprisings. Stilicho defeated many of these threats and played an important role in holding the empire together, but the sudden execution of Stilicho on Honorius' orders in 408 CE paved the way for the empire's collapse, with many of Stilicho's troops defecting en masse to the banner of King Alaric I of the Visigoths.  Chaos and terror gripped the Western Roman Empire without Stilicho's guiding hand, entire swathes of the empire rising up in protest or lost. Rome itself had been sacked by Alaric in 410 CE, the first time in 800 years. Honorius died of edema in 423 CE without an heir, widely considered as one of the worst emperors in Roman history.  ©Pictures From History/ The Image Works
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Italy: Icon of Honorius (384-423), 71st Western Roman emperor, from the book Icones imperatorvm romanorvm (Icons of Roman Emperors), Antwerp, c. 1645 - Honorius (384-423) was the second son of Emperor Theodosius I and younger brother to Eastern Emperor Arcadius. Honorius was made Augustus and co-ruler in 393 CE, aged 9. When his father died two years laters, Honorius was given the Western half of the Roman Empire, while Arcadius ruled the East. Young as he was, Honorius was mainly a figurehead for General Stilicho, who had been appointed his guardian and advisor by Theodosius before his death. Stilicho made Honorius marry his daughter Maria to strengthen their bonds.

Honorius' reign, which was weak and chaotic even by the standards of the rapidly declining Western Roman Empire, was marked by constant barbarian invasions and usurper uprisings. Stilicho defeated many of these threats and played an important role in holding the empire together, but the sudden execution of Stilicho on Honorius' orders in 408 CE paved the way for the empire's collapse, with many of Stilicho's troops defecting en masse to the banner of King Alaric I of the Visigoths.

Chaos and terror gripped the Western Roman Empire without Stilicho's guiding hand, entire swathes of the empire rising up in protest or lost. Rome itself had been sacked by Alaric in 410 CE, the first time in 800 years. Honorius died of edema in 423 CE without an heir, widely considered as one of the worst emperors in Roman history. ©Pictures From History/ The Image Works
Italy: 'The Favourites of the Emperor Honorius', oil on canvas painting by John William Waterhouse (1849-1917), 1883, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide - Honorius (384-423) was the second son of Emperor Theodosius I and younger brother to Eastern Emperor Arcadius. Honorius was made Augustus and co-ruler in 393 CE, aged 9. When his father died two years laters, Honorius was given the Western half of the Roman Empire, while Arcadius ruled the East. Young as he was, Honorius was mainly a figurehead for General Stilicho, who had been appointed his guardian and advisor by Theodosius before his death. Stilicho made Honorius marry his daughter Maria to strengthen their bonds.  Honorius' reign, which was weak and chaotic even by the standards of the rapidly declining Western Roman Empire, was marked by constant barbarian invasions and usurper uprisings. Stilicho defeated many of these threats and played an important role in holding the empire together, but the sudden execution of Stilicho on Honorius' orders in 408 CE paved the way for the empire's collapse, with many of Stilicho's troops defecting en masse to the banner of King Alaric I of the Visigoths.  Chaos and terror gripped the Western Roman Empire without Stilicho's guiding hand, entire swathes of the empire rising up in protest or lost. Rome itself had been sacked by Alaric in 410 CE, the first time in 800 years. Honorius died of edema in 423 CE without an heir, widely considered as one of the worst emperors in Roman history.  ©Pictures From History/ The Image Works
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Italy: 'The Favourites of the Emperor Honorius', oil on canvas painting by John William Waterhouse (1849-1917), 1883, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide - Honorius (384-423) was the second son of Emperor Theodosius I and younger brother to Eastern Emperor Arcadius. Honorius was made Augustus and co-ruler in 393 CE, aged 9. When his father died two years laters, Honorius was given the Western half of the Roman Empire, while Arcadius ruled the East. Young as he was, Honorius was mainly a figurehead for General Stilicho, who had been appointed his guardian and advisor by Theodosius before his death. Stilicho made Honorius marry his daughter Maria to strengthen their bonds.

Honorius' reign, which was weak and chaotic even by the standards of the rapidly declining Western Roman Empire, was marked by constant barbarian invasions and usurper uprisings. Stilicho defeated many of these threats and played an important role in holding the empire together, but the sudden execution of Stilicho on Honorius' orders in 408 CE paved the way for the empire's collapse, with many of Stilicho's troops defecting en masse to the banner of King Alaric I of the Visigoths.

Chaos and terror gripped the Western Roman Empire without Stilicho's guiding hand, entire swathes of the empire rising up in protest or lost. Rome itself had been sacked by Alaric in 410 CE, the first time in 800 years. Honorius died of edema in 423 CE without an heir, widely considered as one of the worst emperors in Roman history. ©Pictures From History/ The Image Works
Italy: Portrait of Honorius (384-423), 71st Western Roman emperor, from the book 'Das Welttheater' by C. Strahlheim, Frankfurt, 1836 - Honorius (384-423) was the second son of Emperor Theodosius I and younger brother to Eastern Emperor Arcadius. Honorius was made Augustus and co-ruler in 393 CE, aged 9. When his father died two years laters, Honorius was given the Western half of the Roman Empire, while Arcadius ruled the East. Young as he was, Honorius was mainly a figurehead for General Stilicho, who had been appointed his guardian and advisor by Theodosius before his death. Stilicho made Honorius marry his daughter Maria to strengthen their bonds.   Honorius' reign, which was weak and chaotic even by the standards of the rapidly declining Western Roman Empire, was marked by constant barbarian invasions and usurper uprisings. Stilicho defeated many of these threats and played an important role in holding the empire together, but the sudden execution of Stilicho on Honorius' orders in 408 CE paved the way for the empire's collapse, with many of Stilicho's troops defecting en masse to the banner of King Alaric I of the Visigoths.  Chaos and terror gripped the Western Roman Empire without Stilicho's guiding hand, entire swathes of the empire rising up in protest or lost. Rome itself had been sacked by Alaric in 410 CE, the first time in 800 years. Honorius died of edema in 423 CE without an heir, widely considered as one of the worst emperors in Roman history.  ©Pictures From History/ The Image Works
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Italy: Portrait of Honorius (384-423), 71st Western Roman emperor, from the book 'Das Welttheater' by C. Strahlheim, Frankfurt, 1836 - Honorius (384-423) was the second son of Emperor Theodosius I and younger brother to Eastern Emperor Arcadius. Honorius was made Augustus and co-ruler in 393 CE, aged 9. When his father died two years laters, Honorius was given the Western half of the Roman Empire, while Arcadius ruled the East. Young as he was, Honorius was mainly a figurehead for General Stilicho, who had been appointed his guardian and advisor by Theodosius before his death. Stilicho made Honorius marry his daughter Maria to strengthen their bonds.

Honorius' reign, which was weak and chaotic even by the standards of the rapidly declining Western Roman Empire, was marked by constant barbarian invasions and usurper uprisings. Stilicho defeated many of these threats and played an important role in holding the empire together, but the sudden execution of Stilicho on Honorius' orders in 408 CE paved the way for the empire's collapse, with many of Stilicho's troops defecting en masse to the banner of King Alaric I of the Visigoths.

Chaos and terror gripped the Western Roman Empire without Stilicho's guiding hand, entire swathes of the empire rising up in protest or lost. Rome itself had been sacked by Alaric in 410 CE, the first time in 800 years. Honorius died of edema in 423 CE without an heir, widely considered as one of the worst emperors in Roman history. ©Pictures From History/ The Image Works
Boston , Massachusetts - October 18, 2017  Postal workers and supporters rallied at Boston's main downtown post office to protest job cutbacks that have led to long lines and delivery delays around New England. Scott Hoffman, president of the American Postal Workers Union's Boston chapter, says hundreds of postal vacancies in the Boston area have gone unfilled. The union opposed a pilot U.S. Postal Service program to outsource operations in hundreds of stores operated by Framingham, Massachusetts-based Staples, Inc. Last spring, the USPS discontinued that pilot after a National Labor Relations Board administrative law judge ordered it to discontinue its retail relationship with Staples. The union, which organized Wednesday's protest, opposes privatization. It had argued the Staples deal replaced union jobs with low-wage, nonunion workers. © Marilyn Humphries /The Image Works
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Boston , Massachusetts - October 18, 2017
Postal workers and supporters rallied at Boston's main downtown post office to protest job cutbacks that have led to long lines and delivery delays around New England.
Scott Hoffman, president of the American Postal Workers Union's Boston chapter, says hundreds of postal vacancies in the Boston area have gone unfilled.
The union opposed a pilot U.S. Postal Service program to outsource operations in hundreds of stores operated by Framingham, Massachusetts-based Staples, Inc. Last spring, the USPS discontinued that pilot after a National Labor Relations Board administrative law judge ordered it to discontinue its retail relationship with Staples.
The union, which organized Wednesday's protest, opposes privatization. It had argued the Staples deal replaced union jobs with low-wage, nonunion workers.
© Marilyn Humphries /The Image Works

Boston , Massachusetts - October 18, 2017  Postal workers and supporters rallied at Boston's main downtown post office to protest job cutbacks that have led to long lines and delivery delays around New England. Scott Hoffman, president of the American Postal Workers Union's Boston chapter, says hundreds of postal vacancies in the Boston area have gone unfilled. The union opposed a pilot U.S. Postal Service program to outsource operations in hundreds of stores operated by Framingham, Massachusetts-based Staples, Inc. Last spring, the USPS discontinued that pilot after a National Labor Relations Board administrative law judge ordered it to discontinue its retail relationship with Staples. The union, which organized Wednesday's protest, opposes privatization. It had argued the Staples deal replaced union jobs with low-wage, nonunion workers. © Marilyn Humphries /The Image Works
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Boston , Massachusetts - October 18, 2017
Postal workers and supporters rallied at Boston's main downtown post office to protest job cutbacks that have led to long lines and delivery delays around New England.
Scott Hoffman, president of the American Postal Workers Union's Boston chapter, says hundreds of postal vacancies in the Boston area have gone unfilled.
The union opposed a pilot U.S. Postal Service program to outsource operations in hundreds of stores operated by Framingham, Massachusetts-based Staples, Inc. Last spring, the USPS discontinued that pilot after a National Labor Relations Board administrative law judge ordered it to discontinue its retail relationship with Staples.
The union, which organized Wednesday's protest, opposes privatization. It had argued the Staples deal replaced union jobs with low-wage, nonunion workers.
© Marilyn Humphries /The Image Works

Boston , Massachusetts - October 18, 2017  Postal workers and supporters rallied at Boston's main downtown post office to protest job cutbacks that have led to long lines and delivery delays around New England. Scott Hoffman, president of the American Postal Workers Union's Boston chapter, says hundreds of postal vacancies in the Boston area have gone unfilled. The union opposed a pilot U.S. Postal Service program to outsource operations in hundreds of stores operated by Framingham, Massachusetts-based Staples, Inc. Last spring, the USPS discontinued that pilot after a National Labor Relations Board administrative law judge ordered it to discontinue its retail relationship with Staples. The union, which organized Wednesday's protest, opposes privatization. It had argued the Staples deal replaced union jobs with low-wage, nonunion workers. © Marilyn Humphries /The Image Works
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Boston , Massachusetts - October 18, 2017
Postal workers and supporters rallied at Boston's main downtown post office to protest job cutbacks that have led to long lines and delivery delays around New England.
Scott Hoffman, president of the American Postal Workers Union's Boston chapter, says hundreds of postal vacancies in the Boston area have gone unfilled.
The union opposed a pilot U.S. Postal Service program to outsource operations in hundreds of stores operated by Framingham, Massachusetts-based Staples, Inc. Last spring, the USPS discontinued that pilot after a National Labor Relations Board administrative law judge ordered it to discontinue its retail relationship with Staples.
The union, which organized Wednesday's protest, opposes privatization. It had argued the Staples deal replaced union jobs with low-wage, nonunion workers.
© Marilyn Humphries /The Image Works
Boston , Massachusetts - October 18, 2017  Postal workers and supporters rallied at Boston's main downtown post office to protest job cutbacks that have led to long lines and delivery delays around New England. Scott Hoffman, president of the American Postal Workers Union's Boston chapter, says hundreds of postal vacancies in the Boston area have gone unfilled. The union opposed a pilot U.S. Postal Service program to outsource operations in hundreds of stores operated by Framingham, Massachusetts-based Staples, Inc. Last spring, the USPS discontinued that pilot after a National Labor Relations Board administrative law judge ordered it to discontinue its retail relationship with Staples. The union, which organized Wednesday's protest, opposes privatization. It had argued the Staples deal replaced union jobs with low-wage, nonunion workers. © Marilyn Humphries /The Image Works
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Boston , Massachusetts - October 18, 2017
Postal workers and supporters rallied at Boston's main downtown post office to protest job cutbacks that have led to long lines and delivery delays around New England.
Scott Hoffman, president of the American Postal Workers Union's Boston chapter, says hundreds of postal vacancies in the Boston area have gone unfilled.
The union opposed a pilot U.S. Postal Service program to outsource operations in hundreds of stores operated by Framingham, Massachusetts-based Staples, Inc. Last spring, the USPS discontinued that pilot after a National Labor Relations Board administrative law judge ordered it to discontinue its retail relationship with Staples.
The union, which organized Wednesday's protest, opposes privatization. It had argued the Staples deal replaced union jobs with low-wage, nonunion workers.
© Marilyn Humphries /The Image Works

Boston , Massachusetts - October 18, 2017  Postal workers and supporters rallied at Boston's main downtown post office to protest job cutbacks that have led to long lines and delivery delays around New England. Scott Hoffman, president of the American Postal Workers Union's Boston chapter, says hundreds of postal vacancies in the Boston area have gone unfilled. The union opposed a pilot U.S. Postal Service program to outsource operations in hundreds of stores operated by Framingham, Massachusetts-based Staples, Inc. Last spring, the USPS discontinued that pilot after a National Labor Relations Board administrative law judge ordered it to discontinue its retail relationship with Staples. The union, which organized Wednesday's protest, opposes privatization. It had argued the Staples deal replaced union jobs with low-wage, nonunion workers. © Marilyn Humphries /The Image Works
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Boston , Massachusetts - October 18, 2017
Postal workers and supporters rallied at Boston's main downtown post office to protest job cutbacks that have led to long lines and delivery delays around New England.
Scott Hoffman, president of the American Postal Workers Union's Boston chapter, says hundreds of postal vacancies in the Boston area have gone unfilled.
The union opposed a pilot U.S. Postal Service program to outsource operations in hundreds of stores operated by Framingham, Massachusetts-based Staples, Inc. Last spring, the USPS discontinued that pilot after a National Labor Relations Board administrative law judge ordered it to discontinue its retail relationship with Staples.
The union, which organized Wednesday's protest, opposes privatization. It had argued the Staples deal replaced union jobs with low-wage, nonunion workers.
© Marilyn Humphries /The Image Works
Boston , Massachusetts - October 18, 2017  Postal workers and supporters rallied at Boston's main downtown post office to protest job cutbacks that have led to long lines and delivery delays around New England. Scott Hoffman, president of the American Postal Workers Union's Boston chapter, says hundreds of postal vacancies in the Boston area have gone unfilled. The union opposed a pilot U.S. Postal Service program to outsource operations in hundreds of stores operated by Framingham, Massachusetts-based Staples, Inc. Last spring, the USPS discontinued that pilot after a National Labor Relations Board administrative law judge ordered it to discontinue its retail relationship with Staples. The union, which organized Wednesday's protest, opposes privatization. It had argued the Staples deal replaced union jobs with low-wage, nonunion workers. © Marilyn Humphries /The Image Works
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Boston , Massachusetts - October 18, 2017
Postal workers and supporters rallied at Boston's main downtown post office to protest job cutbacks that have led to long lines and delivery delays around New England.
Scott Hoffman, president of the American Postal Workers Union's Boston chapter, says hundreds of postal vacancies in the Boston area have gone unfilled.
The union opposed a pilot U.S. Postal Service program to outsource operations in hundreds of stores operated by Framingham, Massachusetts-based Staples, Inc. Last spring, the USPS discontinued that pilot after a National Labor Relations Board administrative law judge ordered it to discontinue its retail relationship with Staples.
The union, which organized Wednesday's protest, opposes privatization. It had argued the Staples deal replaced union jobs with low-wage, nonunion workers.
© Marilyn Humphries /The Image Works
Boston , Massachusetts - October 18, 2017  Postal workers and supporters rallied at Boston's main downtown post office to protest job cutbacks that have led to long lines and delivery delays around New England. Scott Hoffman, president of the American Postal Workers Union's Boston chapter, says hundreds of postal vacancies in the Boston area have gone unfilled. The union opposed a pilot U.S. Postal Service program to outsource operations in hundreds of stores operated by Framingham, Massachusetts-based Staples, Inc. Last spring, the USPS discontinued that pilot after a National Labor Relations Board administrative law judge ordered it to discontinue its retail relationship with Staples. The union, which organized Wednesday's protest, opposes privatization. It had argued the Staples deal replaced union jobs with low-wage, nonunion workers. © Marilyn Humphries /The Image Works
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Boston , Massachusetts - October 18, 2017
Postal workers and supporters rallied at Boston's main downtown post office to protest job cutbacks that have led to long lines and delivery delays around New England.
Scott Hoffman, president of the American Postal Workers Union's Boston chapter, says hundreds of postal vacancies in the Boston area have gone unfilled.
The union opposed a pilot U.S. Postal Service program to outsource operations in hundreds of stores operated by Framingham, Massachusetts-based Staples, Inc. Last spring, the USPS discontinued that pilot after a National Labor Relations Board administrative law judge ordered it to discontinue its retail relationship with Staples.
The union, which organized Wednesday's protest, opposes privatization. It had argued the Staples deal replaced union jobs with low-wage, nonunion workers.
© Marilyn Humphries /The Image Works
Boston , Massachusetts - October 18, 2017  Postal workers and supporters rallied at Boston's main downtown post office to protest job cutbacks that have led to long lines and delivery delays around New England. Scott Hoffman, president of the American Postal Workers Union's Boston chapter, says hundreds of postal vacancies in the Boston area have gone unfilled. The union opposed a pilot U.S. Postal Service program to outsource operations in hundreds of stores operated by Framingham, Massachusetts-based Staples, Inc. Last spring, the USPS discontinued that pilot after a National Labor Relations Board administrative law judge ordered it to discontinue its retail relationship with Staples. The union, which organized Wednesday's protest, opposes privatization. It had argued the Staples deal replaced union jobs with low-wage, nonunion workers. © Marilyn Humphries /The Image Works
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Boston , Massachusetts - October 18, 2017
Postal workers and supporters rallied at Boston's main downtown post office to protest job cutbacks that have led to long lines and delivery delays around New England.
Scott Hoffman, president of the American Postal Workers Union's Boston chapter, says hundreds of postal vacancies in the Boston area have gone unfilled.
The union opposed a pilot U.S. Postal Service program to outsource operations in hundreds of stores operated by Framingham, Massachusetts-based Staples, Inc. Last spring, the USPS discontinued that pilot after a National Labor Relations Board administrative law judge ordered it to discontinue its retail relationship with Staples.
The union, which organized Wednesday's protest, opposes privatization. It had argued the Staples deal replaced union jobs with low-wage, nonunion workers.
© Marilyn Humphries /The Image Works
St. Paul, Minnesota. June 10, 2017.  State capitol. Pro Sharia protesters counterprotesting a rally that is going oin inside the capitol which critizes Sharia law.  ©Michael Siluk / The Image Works
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St. Paul, Minnesota. June 10, 2017. State capitol. Pro Sharia protesters counterprotesting a rally that is going oin inside the capitol which critizes Sharia law. ©Michael Siluk / The Image Works
St. Paul, Minnesota. June 10, 2017.  State capitol. Pro Sharia protesters counterprotesting a rally that is going oin inside the capitol which critizes Sharia law.  ©Michael Siluk / The Image Works
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St. Paul, Minnesota. June 10, 2017. State capitol. Pro Sharia protesters counterprotesting a rally that is going oin inside the capitol which critizes Sharia law. ©Michael Siluk / The Image Works
St. Paul, Minnesota. June 10, 2017.  State capitol. Pro Sharia protesters counterprotesting a rally that is going oin inside the capitol which critizes Sharia law.  ©Michael Siluk / The Image Works
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St. Paul, Minnesota. June 10, 2017. State capitol. Pro Sharia protesters counterprotesting a rally that is going oin inside the capitol which critizes Sharia law. ©Michael Siluk / The Image Works
St. Paul, Minnesota. June 10, 2017.  State capitol. Pro Sharia protesters counterprotesting a rally that is going oin inside the capitol which critizes Sharia law.  ©Michael Siluk / The Image Works
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St. Paul, Minnesota. June 10, 2017. State capitol. Pro Sharia protesters counterprotesting a rally that is going oin inside the capitol which critizes Sharia law. ©Michael Siluk / The Image Works
St. Paul, Minnesota. June 10, 2017.  State capitol. Pro Sharia protesters counterprotesting a rally that is going oin inside the capitol which critizes Sharia law.  ©Michael Siluk / The Image Works
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St. Paul, Minnesota. June 10, 2017. State capitol. Pro Sharia protesters counterprotesting a rally that is going oin inside the capitol which critizes Sharia law. ©Michael Siluk / The Image Works
Jackson, MS: June 17, 1965. No More Police Brutality.   Mrs. Aylene Quin of McComb, Misssissippi & her  children sit on steps of Mississippi Governor Paul Johnson's mansion to protest seating of 5 congressmen from districts where blacks can't vote. Mississippi highway patrolmen come to arrest them. Five-year-old Anthony Quin is first to go. Next to Anthone, Dr. June Finer of Medical Committee for Human Rights.  J   © 1976 Matt Herron/Take Stock / The Image Works
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Jackson, MS: June 17, 1965. No More Police Brutality. Mrs. Aylene Quin of McComb, Misssissippi & her children sit on steps of Mississippi Governor Paul Johnson's mansion to protest seating of 5 congressmen from districts where blacks can't vote. Mississippi highway patrolmen come to arrest them. Five-year-old Anthony Quin is first to go. Next to Anthone, Dr. June Finer of Medical Committee for Human Rights. J © 1976 Matt Herron/Take Stock / The Image Works
Jackson,  MS: June 17, 1965. No More Police Brutality. Cop attacks child.  Mrs. Aylene Quin of McComb Mississippi & her kids try to see Mississippi Governor Paul Johnson to protest seating of 5 congressmen from districts. where blacks can't vote. Mississippi highway patrolmen come to arrest them. Patrolman attempts to take American flag from Mrs. Quin's daughter. (Quin's house had been bombed by Klan on 9/20/64, and son Anthony had been pinned to his bed when the ceiling collapsed on him.) © 1976 Matt Herron/Take Stock / The Image Works
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Jackson, MS: June 17, 1965. No More Police Brutality. Cop attacks child. Mrs. Aylene Quin of McComb Mississippi & her kids try to see Mississippi Governor Paul Johnson to protest seating of 5 congressmen from districts. where blacks can't vote. Mississippi highway patrolmen come to arrest them. Patrolman attempts to take American flag from Mrs. Quin's daughter. (Quin's house had been bombed by Klan on 9/20/64, and son Anthony had been pinned to his bed when the ceiling collapsed on him.) © 1976 Matt Herron/Take Stock / The Image Works
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Grand Rapids, Michigan - The annual ArtPrize competition features more than a thousand works of art at nearly 200 venues across the city. "Oil+Water" is a photograph colored to look like an oil slick in the Grand River. The photograph was taken by Ryan Spencer Reed during the Dakota Access Pipeline protest on the Standing Rock Indian Reservation in 2016. September , 2017 © Jim West / The Image Works
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Grand Rapids, Michigan - The annual ArtPrize competition features more than a thousand works of art at nearly 200 venues across the city. "Oil+Water" is a photograph colored to look like an oil slick in the Grand River. The photograph was taken by Ryan Spencer Reed during the Dakota Access Pipeline protest on the Standing Rock Indian Reservation in 2016.
September , 2017 © Jim West / The Image Works
United States: Protest  March, 1950. Protesters picketing against the use of tax dollars for the development of nuclear weapons.  ©Underwood Archives / The Image Works
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United States: Protest March, 1950. Protesters picketing against the use of tax dollars for the development of nuclear weapons. ©Underwood Archives / The Image Works
Newark, New Jersey, September 4, 2017. :  Hundreds of Union members held a rally and marched down Broad Street in a Labor Day Parade.    ©The Star-Ledger / Ed Murray / The Image Works
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Newark, New Jersey, September 4, 2017. : Hundreds of Union members held a rally and marched down Broad Street in a Labor Day Parade. ©The Star-Ledger / Ed Murray / The Image Works
Newark, New Jersey, September 4, 2017. :  Hundreds of Union members held a rally and marched down Broad Street in a Labor Day Parade .     ©The Star-Ledger / Ed Murray / The Image Works
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Newark, New Jersey, September 4, 2017. : Hundreds of Union members held a rally and marched down Broad Street in a Labor Day Parade . ©The Star-Ledger / Ed Murray / The Image Works
Newark, New Jersey, September 4, 2017. :  Hundreds of Union members held a rally and marched down Broad Street in a Labor Day Parade.    ©The Star-Ledger / Ed Murray / The Image Works
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Newark, New Jersey, September 4, 2017. : Hundreds of Union members held a rally and marched down Broad Street in a Labor Day Parade. ©The Star-Ledger / Ed Murray / The Image Works
Newark, New Jersey, September 4, 2017. : Assemblywoman Sheila Oliver speaks to the rally.  Hundreds of Union members held a rally and marched down Broad Street in a Labor Day Parade .    ©The Star-Ledger / Ed Murray / The Image Works
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Newark, New Jersey, September 4, 2017. : Assemblywoman Sheila Oliver speaks to the rally. Hundreds of Union members held a rally and marched down Broad Street in a Labor Day Parade . ©The Star-Ledger / Ed Murray / The Image Works

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