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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
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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
James Meredith March Through Mississippi, June 1966 - First Black Panther graphics handrawn on a T-Shirt. ©1976 Maria Varela / Take Stock / The Image Works
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James Meredith March Through Mississippi, June 1966 - First Black Panther graphics handrawn on a T-Shirt. ©1976 Maria Varela / Take Stock / The Image Works
James Meredith March Through Mississippi, June 1966 - March snakes down road coming into (or leaving) Tougaloo.  ©1976 Maria Varela / Take Stock / The Image Works Best quality if reproduced no larger than 1/2 page
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James Meredith March Through Mississippi, June 1966 - March snakes down road coming into (or leaving) Tougaloo. ©1976 Maria Varela / Take Stock / The Image Works
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James Meredith March Through Mississippi, June 1966 - Stokely Carmichael exhorting people on porches watchng the march to come down to Canton courthouse and register.  ©1976 Maria Varela / Take Stock / The Image Works Best quality if reproduced no larger than 1/2 page
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James Meredith March Through Mississippi, June 1966 - Stokely Carmichael exhorting people on porches watchng the march to come down to Canton courthouse and register. ©1976 Maria Varela / Take Stock / The Image Works
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James Meredith March Through Mississippi, June 1966 - Marchers on the road to Jackson.  ©1976 Maria Varela / Take Stock / The Image Works Best quality if reproduced no larger than 1/2 page
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James Meredith March Through Mississippi, June 1966 - Marchers on the road to Jackson. ©1976 Maria Varela / Take Stock / The Image Works
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James Meredith March Through Mississippi, June 1966 - Meredith March arrives at Tougaloo.  ©1976 Maria Varela / Take Stock / The Image Works
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James Meredith March Through Mississippi, June 1966 - Meredith March arrives at Tougaloo. ©1976 Maria Varela / Take Stock / The Image Works
James Meredith March Through Mississippi, June 1966 - Driving rain, sore feet...the march is almost over.  ©1976 Maria Varela / Take Stock / The Image Works
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James Meredith March Through Mississippi, June 1966 - Driving rain, sore feet...the march is almost over. ©1976 Maria Varela / Take Stock / The Image Works
James Meredith March Through Mississippi, June 1966 - Driving rain, sore feet...the march is almost over.  ©1976 Maria Varela / Take Stock / The Image Works
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James Meredith March Through Mississippi, June 1966 - Driving rain, sore feet...the march is almost over. ©1976 Maria Varela / Take Stock / The Image Works
Canton, Mississippi: James Meredith March Through Mississippi, June 1966 - Stokely Carmichael sitting with Willie Ricks in background at rally in high school in Canton, Miss courthouse.  ©1976 Maria Varela / Take Stock / The Image Works
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Canton, Mississippi: James Meredith March Through Mississippi, June 1966 - Stokely Carmichael sitting with Willie Ricks in background at rally in high school in Canton, Miss courthouse. ©1976 Maria Varela / Take Stock / The Image Works
Canton, Mississippi: James Meredith March Through Mississippi, June 1966 - Stokely Carmichael, Martin Luther King on steps of Canton, Miss courthouse.  ©1976 Maria Varela / Take Stock / The Image Works
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Canton, Mississippi: James Meredith March Through Mississippi, June 1966 - Stokely Carmichael, Martin Luther King on steps of Canton, Miss courthouse. ©1976 Maria Varela / Take Stock / The Image Works
James Meredith March Through Mississippi, June 1966 - Marcher with sign "Freedom Now" entering Canton Mississippi.  ©1976 Maria Varela / Take Stock / The Image Works Best quality if reproduced no larger than 1/2 page
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James Meredith March Through Mississippi, June 1966 - Marcher with sign "Freedom Now" entering Canton Mississippi. ©1976 Maria Varela / Take Stock / The Image Works
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James Meredith March Through Mississippi, June 1966 - Marcher with flag entering Canton Mississpi.  ©1976 Maria Varela / Take Stock / The Image Works
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James Meredith March Through Mississippi, June 1966 - Marcher with flag entering Canton Mississpi. ©1976 Maria Varela / Take Stock / The Image Works
James Meredith March Through Mississippi, June 1966 - Soaked marchers between Canton and Tougaloo.  ©1976 Maria Varela / Take Stock / The Image Works
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James Meredith March Through Mississippi, June 1966 - Soaked marchers between Canton and Tougaloo. ©1976 Maria Varela / Take Stock / The Image Works
James Meredith March Through Mississippi, June 1966 - Lownes County Black Panther Party delegation, (first in the Nation) with sign, representing Alabama in the march (coming into Jackson. )  ©1976 Maria Varela / Take Stock / The Image Works Best quality if reproduced no larger than 1/2 page
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James Meredith March Through Mississippi, June 1966 - Lownes County Black Panther Party delegation, (first in the Nation) with sign, representing Alabama in the march (coming into Jackson. ) ©1976 Maria Varela / Take Stock / The Image Works
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Canton, Mississippi: James Meredith March Through Mississippi, June 1966 -Crown picture with "Black Power" sign (some of the first)   at rally in high school in  Canton, Miss courthouse.  ©1976 Maria Varela / Take Stock / The Image Works Best quality if reproduced no larger than 1/2 page
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Canton, Mississippi: James Meredith March Through Mississippi, June 1966 -Crown picture with "Black Power" sign (some of the first) at rally in high school in Canton, Miss courthouse. ©1976 Maria Varela / Take Stock / The Image Works
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James Meredith March Through Mississippi, June 1966 -  Rest stop along route: James Meredith, wounded in shooting incident on first day of march, is helped to his feet.  Mississippi  6/1/1966  © 1976 Matt Herron/Take Stock / The Image Works
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James Meredith March Through Mississippi, June 1966 - Rest stop along route: James Meredith, wounded in shooting incident on first day of march, is helped to his feet. Mississippi 6/1/1966 © 1976 Matt Herron/Take Stock / The Image Works
James Meredith March Through Mississippi, June 1966 -  James Meredith in front of Mississippi State Capitol at conclusion of march.  Mississippi  6/1/1966  © 1976 Matt Herron/Take Stock / The Image Works
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James Meredith March Through Mississippi, June 1966 - James Meredith in front of Mississippi State Capitol at conclusion of march. Mississippi 6/1/1966 © 1976 Matt Herron/Take Stock / The Image Works
James Meredith March Through Mississippi, June 1966 -  Stokely Carmichael, Chairman of SNCC, On final leg of march  Mississippi  6/1/1966  © 1976 Matt Herron/Take Stock / The Image Works
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James Meredith March Through Mississippi, June 1966 - Stokely Carmichael, Chairman of SNCC, On final leg of march Mississippi 6/1/1966 © 1976 Matt Herron/Take Stock / The Image Works

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