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'Another London' photography exhibition at Tate Britain, London

Commenting on his photography 4 the Black Panther Movement in the UK, photographer Neil Kenlock recalls “Pple were calling us all sorts of names in the streets & painting graffiti everywhere. In school, there was no black history...If you asked the teachers where black people came from, they would say: ‘Somewhere in Africa, up a tree,’ & that’s it. So w/ the Black Panther movement we had educational classes, public meeting & lectures."


Gay power. Black power. Women power. Student power. All power to the PEOPLE. [queer, lesbian, gay, LGBT, equal rights]

from The Huffington Post

11 Stereotypes About The British That Are Actually True

And people wonder why The Beatles are my favorite band! Yes! they said that Blackbird was written about the US civil rights movement


I am a man

Civil Rights...POWERFUL PIC! love that the white man in the middle is standing up for what he believes in!


Until the 1950s, signs like these were common markers of legally enforced laws of racial segregation in America. Racial segregation in the United States as a general term, included physical separation and provision of separate facilities, services, and opportunities such as housing, medical care, education, employment, and transportation along racial lines.

from Mail Online

By Daily Mail Reporter

This is an example of segregation in this era. The whites were seen much more superior than the blacks therefore jim crow created separate public spaces for the blacks and the whites.

from Mail Online

A cool customer! The stunning collection of never published pictures from legendary American photographer Steve Schapiro

Protest: Martin Luther King during his march from Selma, Alabam, to Montgomery in 1965 as part of the American civil rights movement

from BuzzFeed

23 Amazing Photos From The 1963 March On Washington

This is a picture of black and white people coming together during the civil rights movement. Not all white people treated blacks poorly and some believed in equality.

from BuzzFeed

30 Signs You Went To A Black College

Malcolm X - Civil Rights Leader - Don't be in such a hurry to condemn a person because he doesn't do what you do, or think as you think. There was a time when you didn't know what you know today. -Malcolm X

from BeWhatWeLove

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This is a quote from an activist named Nelson Mandala. He was someone during this time period who really impacted the Civil Rights era. He changed peoples lives in Little Rock Arkansas for the better. For example, African Americans lives like Liz were improved because earlier in time it was difficult for her and her family members to deal with society but now African Americans are treated more equally.