Danny Lyon, from Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement - yes, this was normal.

[© Danny Lyon]Segregated drinking fountains in the county courthouse in Albany, Georgia. By Danny Lyon, from Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement, courtesy Edwynn Houk Gallery

Civil Rights Timeline Infographic

Civil Rights Timeline Infographic: I would use this pin as a poster in my classroom. I think that it is a great and resource for students to refer to during a civil rights unit. I think it is also a great example of how to design a timeline.

Civil Rights Movement- This discussion should be brought up, and see where students have background on it then see which opinions back then were just or not

Americans demand racial equality on a civil rights demonstration at a protest to free Wally Nelson who was arrested for being a Conscientious Objector in 1965 [Getty Images]

Civil Rights Movement 1963

The March On Washington In Pictures

Over people congregated for economic and civil rights for African Americans in the 1963 March On Washington.

"Sometimes It's Okay To Break The Law" and they did. #US History and Civil Rights Movement                                                                                                                                                     More

trebled-negrita-princess: “deenoverdami: “essentialisinvisible: “Black man drinking at white only fountain, ca 1964 – by Cecil Williams. ” Yall act like racism ended thousands of years ago. But my dad is older than this damn picture. ” Not a single.

Civil rights movement - one of the most distributing moments in American history, but I will forever never take for granted for all of the known and unknown citizens of this country who took and stand and stood for something.

50 Years Ago: The World in 1963 - In Focus - The Atlantic Firefighters turn their hoses full force on civil rights demonstrators in Birmingham, Alabama, on July (AP Photo/Bill Hudson) #

An Ironic & Iconic Image from the Civil Rights Movement....A Young Man has his American Flag ripped out of his hands by a White Policeman. He earlier had his "No More Police Brutality" sign Confiscated - Jackson Ms (1965) Photo By Matt Heron

Mississippi, Matt Herron

Bigotry and hate. In at Jackson, Mississippi, Matt Herron took an iconic and ironic image from the civil rights era as a white policeman rips an American flag away from a young black boy, having already confiscated his ‘No More Police Brutality’ sign.

This photograph is capturing and recording history from the Civil Rights Movement. The picture is depicting police brutality. Is it up to the photographer to save the person from being beaten or for them to document the event so they may share the image and impact other people? http://photos.state.gov/galleries/usinfo-photo/39/civil_rights_07/

civil rights police brutality civil rights movement 1964 I've seen a lot of real, actual police brutality in my life.

High School picketer Houston, Texas, May 10, 1965 Unidentified photographer From "Freedom Now!  Forgotten Photographs of the Civil Rights Movement" by Martin A. Berger

Forgotten Photographs of the Civil Rights Struggle

Forgotten Photographs of the Civil Rights Struggle High School picketer Houston, Texas, May 1965 Unidentified photographer

Freedom Riders Mug Shots

Mugshots of civil rights activist Freedom Riders, Jackson Mississippi, 1961.

Mugshots of civil rights activist Freedom Riders, Jackson Mississippi, They fought for the rights of others. We must not ever forget their commitment to the civil rights movement.

On September 15, 1963, four little black girls attending Sunday school at Birmingham’s 16th Street Baptist Church, a central meeting place of the civil rights movement were killed and many others were injured in a racist bombing.  Outrage over the incident and the violent clash between protesters and police that followed helped draw national attention to the hard-fought, often dangerous struggle for civil rights for African Americans.

18 Black History Facts You May Not Know

not forgotten -- September 15 on this day the Street Baptist Church bombing: Four children killed at an African-American church in Birmingham, Alabama. (Clockwise from top left, Addie Mae Collins, Cynthia Wesley, Carole Robertson and Denise McNair)

The Mississippi Civil Rights Workers Murders involved​ the lynching of James Earl Chaney, Andrew Goodman, and Michael “Mickey” Schwerner by white Mississippians during the American Civil Rights Movement.

The Mississippi Civil Rights Workers Murders involve the lynching of James Earl Chaney, Andrew Goodman, and Michael “Mickey” Schwerner by white Mississippians during the American Civil Rights Movement.

The Mississippi Freedom Riders arrested in Jackson, Miss in 1961. These are the faces of the Civil Rights Movement that are rarely spoken of.  It wasn't just black folks who marched, but Jewish and white american who also spoke out and fought for civil rights. Some went to jail and some died. Lest we all forget the price that was paid for all of us.

The Mississippi Freedom Riders arrested in Jackson, Miss in These are the faces of the Civil Rights Movement that are rarely spoken of. It wasn't just black folks who marched, but Jewish and white american who also spoke out and fought for civil ri

Civil Rights March, Washington, 1963.

Civil Rights March, Washington; Wednesday August Let's see this 50 years on for equal rights for the LGBT community. Wednesday August Take a stand for equality and for reason.

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