Bruce Davidson, Arrest of a Demonstrator in Birmingham, Alabama, 1963, Milk Gallery

Bruce Davidson, Arrest of a Demonstrator in Birmingham, Alabama, 1963, Milk Gallery

Birmingham, Alabama 1963, the human race at one of its lowest points

I hate pictures of this time in history but w/o going through this we wouldn't be here today. Black civil rights demonstrators attacked by police water hose. Birmingham, Alabama May

One month after the inspiring speech of Martin Luther King Jr. from the Lincoln Memorial during the historic Washington March in August 1963, the racial discrimination and violent segregation continued, portraying Blacks as the most neglected community. On September 15, 1963, 16th Street Baptist Chu...One month after the inspiring speech of Martin Luther King Jr. from the Lincoln Memorial during the historic Washington March in August 1963, the racial discrimination and violent segregation…

One month after the inspiring speech of Martin Luther King Jr. from the Lincoln Memorial during the historic Washington March in August 1963, the racial discrimination and violent segregation continued, portraying Blacks as the most neglected community. On September 15, 1963, 16th Street Baptist Chu...One month after the inspiring speech of Martin Luther King Jr. from the Lincoln Memorial during the historic Washington March in August 1963, the racial discrimination and violent segregation…

Children march during children's crusade

1963 in Birmingham, Alabama: A timeline of events

Here’s a look at what you need to know about the Birmingham, Alabama, church bombingthat killed four African-American girls during church services in 1963. September 15, 2013, marked the 50th anniversary of the bombing. Facts: September 15, 1963 – A bomb blast at the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church ...Here’s a look at what you need to know about the Birmingham, Alabama, church bombingthat killed four African-American girls during church services in 1963. September 15, 2013, marked the 50th…

Here’s a look at what you need to know about the Birmingham, Alabama, church bombingthat killed four African-American girls during church services in.

Children's Crusade, Birmingham, Alabama 1963  The 1963 campaign to desegregate Birmingham, Alabama, generated national publicity and federal...

Children's Crusade, Birmingham, Alabama 1963 The 1963 campaign to desegregate Birmingham, Alabama, generated national publicity and federal.

1963 - The 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama was bombed as an act of racially motivated terrorism. The explosion at the African-American church, kills four girls and marks a turning point in the U.S. Civil Rights Movement. It helps build support for passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

1963 - The Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama was bombed as an act of racially motivated terrorism. The explosion at the African-American church, kills four girls and marks a turning point in the U. Civil Rights Movement. It helps build s

Children's Crusade, Birmingham, Alabama 1963  The 1963 campaign to desegregate Birmingham, Alabama, generated national publicity and federal...

Children's Crusade, Birmingham, Alabama 1963 The 1963 campaign to desegregate Birmingham, Alabama, generated national publicity and federal.

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. penned his ‘Letter from Birmingham Jail’ while incarcerated in Birmingham, Alabama for protesting against segregation. The Letter from Birmingham Jail (also known as “Letter from Birmingham City Jail” and “The Negro Is Your Brother”) is an open letter. The letter defends ...Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. penned his ‘Letter from Birmingham Jail’ while incarcerated in Birmingham, Alabama for protesting against segregation. The Letter from Birmingham Jail (also known as…

penned his ‘Letter from Birmingham Jail’ while incarcerated in Birmingham, Alabama for protesting against segregation.

On Palm Sunday, 1963, Rev. N. H. Smith, Rev. John T. Porter, and Rev. A. D. King joined together to lead a sympathy march from St. Paul United Methodist Church down 6th Avenue North in support of Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., Rev. Fred Shuttlesworth and Rev. Ralph Abernathy who had been jailed. It w...On Palm Sunday, 1963, Rev. N. H. Smith, Rev. John T. Porter, and Rev. A. D. King joined together to lead a sympathy march from St. Paul United Methodist Church down 6th Avenue North in support…

On Palm Sunday, 1963, Rev. N. H. Smith, Rev. John T. Porter, and Rev. A. D. King joined together to lead a sympathy march from St. Paul United Methodist Church down 6th Avenue North in support of Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., Rev. Fred Shuttlesworth and Rev. Ralph Abernathy who had been jailed. It w...On Palm Sunday, 1963, Rev. N. H. Smith, Rev. John T. Porter, and Rev. A. D. King joined together to lead a sympathy march from St. Paul United Methodist Church down 6th Avenue North in support…

White students in Birmingham, Alabama, drag an African American effigy past West End High School, on September 12, 1963. Two African American girls attended the desegregated school and a majority of the white students were staying away from classes. Police stopped this car in a segregationist caravan in front of the school to caution them about fast driving and blowing auto horns in front of a school. (AP Photo) awesome

White students in Birmingham, Alabama, drag an African American effigy past West End High School due to two black girls attended the desegregated school. Police stopped this car in a segregationist.

Children's Crusade, Birmingham, Alabama 1963 The 1963 campaign to desegregate Birmingham, Alabama, generated national publicity and federal...

Children's Crusade, Birmingham, Alabama 1963 The 1963 campaign to desegregate Birmingham, Alabama, generated national publicity and federal.

MLK Memorial  - "Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly." Letter from Birmingham, Alabama jail, April 16, 1963.

MLK Memorial - "Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly." Letter from Birmingham, Alabama jail, April 16, 1963.

Republican voter ID laws' threat to US civil rights

A 17 year old African American civil rights activist is attacked by police dogs during a demonstration in Birmingham, Ala., May (AP Photo/Bill Hudson) Special Instructions Image taken from Ullstein archive Image ID 6305030121

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