Mount Rushmore, also known as the Shrine of Democracy, is a National Memorial depicting four of the most prominent presidents of the first 150 years of the United States - George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Teddy Roosevelt, and Thomas Jefferson. Mount Rushmore was carved into South Dakota’s Black Hills from 1927 to 1941 under the direction of sculptor Gutzon Borglum. The project took a team of 400 drillers and assistant carvers fourteen years to complete.
Black soldier of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade (the American Brigade of the International Brigades) in the Spanish Civil War. The International Brigades were the first occassional White and Black Americans fought togther, well before US army allowed it. A wonderful example of International solidarity and unity against Fascism.