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a woman holding a sign that says we want freedom sandwitch in front of a group of people
Protesters make a pitch for equal rights at lunch counters as they picket in front of Foley's Texas.
March 23, 1960: Protesters make a pitch for equal rights at lunch counters as they picket in front of Foley's in downtown Houston, Texas
a man holding a sign that says i was somebody and it is written on it
MHD / Graphic Design (@MHD_Studio) on X
black and white photograph of protestors holding signs in front of the march for jobs sign
the fashion complex
an old black and white photo of women protesting on the side of the street with signs in front of them
Cox Studio, San Francisco, CA, 1955
San Francisco NAACP members during a Don’t Ride campaign urging riders to boycott Yellow Cab and help stop hiring discrimination
black and white photograph of people protesting in front of a building with women as people not as wives sign
black and white photograph of people holding protest signs in front of a building with an advertisement on it
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Ted Streshinsky
Otto Richter, a German Jew, and his wife protesting his deportation back to Germany by the U. S. immigration authorities, Ellis island, NY. 12th of June 1936. Instagram, Vintage Photos, In This Moment, Thought Provoking, Ellis Island, Album, Nyc, Historia
Otto Richter, a German Jew, and his wife protesting his deportation back to Germany by the U. S. immigration authorities, Ellis island, NY. 12th of June 1936.
people walking down the street holding signs that say we are sorry
されど私の道なのか: Photo
されど私の道なのか — Steven Siegel
black women holding signs on the sidewalk with buildings in the backgrouund and people walking down the street
Jan van Raay, Faith Ringgold (on the right) and Michele Wallace (in the middle) in Art Workers Coalition Manifestation, Whitney Museum, 1971
a black and white photo of a man in a suit with his leg on the ground
Los Angeles, March 10, 1965: Protesters being physically removed during a demonstration.
Black Lives Matter, Chicago History, Lives Matter, Chicago History Museum
Chicago, IL 1966: Chicagoans young and old blatantly expressing their distaste for open housing.
black and white photograph of people protesting on the side of the road with picket signs
Los Angeles, California, 1963: Activists picketing at a demonstration for housing equality while uniformed American Nazi Party members counter-protest.