RMFD2TGB–Lyndon B Johnson, the 36th President of the USA, signing the 1968 Civil Rights Act, 11th April 1968
RMHPDK94–Civil Rights Activist Fannie Lou Hamer, Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party delegate, at the Democratic National Convention, Atlantic City, NJ, 08/22/1964.
RMFF7EWX–CARTOON: CIVIL RIGHTS 1875. /n'To Thine Own Self Be True.' Color engraving by Thomas Nast, commemorating the passage of the Civil Rights Bill of 1875.
RMGG2C4R–After the demonstration for Civil Rights, in Washington, the leaders of the movement (among them Martin Luther King) have gathered at the feet of Lincoln's statue August 1963 United States National archives. Washington
RM2BDXPWY–Mary McLeod Bethune, Civil Rights Activist
RMCWA616–Civil Rights march confrontation with police in 1964. Courtesy: CSU Archives / Everett Collection
RM2DT9W5H–Civil Rights March on Washington, D.C. [Leaders of the march (from left to right) Mathew Ahmann, Executive Director of the National Catholic Conference for Interracial Justice; (seated with glasses) Cleveland Robinson, Chairman of the Demonstration Committee; (standing behind the two chairs) Rabbi Joachim Prinz, President of the American Jewish Congress; (beside Robinson is) A. Philip Randolph, organizer of the demonstration, veteran labor leader who helped to found the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, American Federation of Labor (AFL), and a former vice president of the American Federati
RMFF9HCF–ROY WILKINS (1901-1981). /nAmerican civil rights leader.
RMG6TP2G–Dolours Price (left) and her sister Marian, at a civil rights demonstration outside Belfast.
RM2JAPEA7–Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (1929-1968), American civil rights leader.
RM2EAFFK7–John Lewis: Good Trouble (2020) directed by Dawn Porter and starring Elijah Cummings, Anthony Johnson and Hillary Clinton. Documentary about politician John Lewis who represented Georgia for over 60 years campaigning for civil rights, voting rights, gun control, health care reform and immigration.
RM2B08JR0–Lucretia Coffin Mott (1793-1880), Abolitionist, Women's civil rights campaigner, portrait painting by Joseph Kyle, 1842
RMEC87KB–Photograph of a civil rights march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama. Dated 1965
RMF4HM0H–Chen Guangcheng, the Chinese civil rights activist, at the Edinburgh International Book Festival 2015. Edinburgh, Scotland. 27th August 2015
RMT5TFBY–Civil Rights March, Washington DC. USA, Warren K. Leffler, August 28, 1963
RMHD1WF2–Paul Robeson (second from right), as co-chairman of the Progressive Party, leads advocates of effective civil rights
RMEJE07N–JESSE JACKSON US civil rights activist in 1984
RME0RR5A–Civil Rights leader James L. Farmer, Jr. in meeting
RMC8Y1X1–Lyndon Baines Johnson signing Civil Rights Bill
RM2CFAXG6–Fannie Lou Hamer (née Townsend; 1917-1977), portrait of the American civil rights leader at the Democratic convention in 1964 :
RMK7P7CT–Former baseball star Jackie Robinson and his son David at the March on Washington in support of civil rights legislation, Washington, DC, 08/28/1963.
RMFF7DWW–CIVIL RIGHTS BILL, 1866. /nExcitement outside the galleries of the House of Representatives at Washington, D.C., during the passage of the Civil Rights Bill in April 1866. Contemporary American wood engraving.
RM2J4RRC3–President Lyndon B. Johnson, Oval Office, meets with Civil Rights leaders Martin Luther King, Jr., Whitney Young, James Farmer 18 January 1964 in The Oval Office White House Washington DC USA
RF2DCDBTH–Susan B. Anthony, American Civil Rights Leader
RMCWA61E–Civil Rights march from Memphis to Jackson, Mississippi, in 1966. Courtesy: CSU Archives / Everett Collection
RM2G1DN9T–geograpgy/travel, USA, politics, Civil Rights Movement, ADDITIONAL-RIGHTS-CLEARANCE-INFO-NOT-AVAILABLE
RMFFAN65–MEDGAR EVERS (1925-1963). /nAmerican civil rights activist.
RMG4FNY1–PA NEWS PHOTO 17/11/68 THE SCENE AT LONDONDERRY IN NORTHERN IRELAND DURING THE CIVIL RIGHTS DEMONSTRATIONS
RM2JAPEAB–Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (1929-1968), American civil rights leader.
RM2A5YXHT–Photograph of Civil Rights leaders meeting with President John F. Kennedy (1917-1963) American politician. Dated 1963
RM2EWP66C–Heroes of the Colored Race: commemorates the advancement of the African-American civil rights movement of the 19th century, poster by Joseph Hoover, 1881
RMKHW50C–Photograph taken during a Civil Rights March on Washington. Dated 20th Century
RMF4HJ0N–Chen Guangcheng, the Chinese civil rights activist, at the Edinburgh International Book Festival 2015. Edinburgh, Scotland. 27th August 2015
RMT5TF89–Nannie Helen Burroughs (1879-1961), African American Educator and Civil Rights Activist, Half-Length Portrait, Rotograph Co., 1909
RMHGB2HJ–Puerto Ricans demonstrate for civil rights, New York City, 1967.
RM2HMPNK1–WILLA BROWN (1906-1992) American aviator and civil rights activist
RME0RR59–Civil rights activist James L. Farmer, Jr. arrives in New York
RMKWHDBF–Eldridge Cleaver, American civil rights leader and Black Panther Party member
RM2CGDPKX–W E B Du Bois. Portrait of William Edward Burghardt Du Bois (1868-1963) by James E. Purdy, 1907. Du Bois was an American sociologist, socialist, historian and civil rights activist.
RMHPDK49–Demonstrators outside the White House protest police brutality against civil rights activists in Selma, Alabama, Washington, DC, 03/12/1965. Photo by Warren K Leffler
RM2CEJ0WH–Son of the South (2020) directed by Barry Alexander Brown and starring Julia Ormond, Lucy Hale, Sienna Guillory and Brian Dennehy. Adaptation of Bob Zellner's autobiography 'The Wrong Side of Murder Creek: A White Southerner in the Freedom Movement' about a Klansman growing up in the deep south and joining the Civil Rights Movement.
RM2J001PJ–Racial Civil Rights 1960s African American demonstrators outside the White House, with signs 'We demand the right to vote, everywhere' and signs protesting police brutality against civil rights demonstrators in Selma (Washington D.C. 1965)
RM2F62E9T–Susan B. Anthony, American Civil Rights Leader
RMCWA64C–Civil rights demonstrators at an all-night vigil in front of the White House. They want President Johnson to provide federal
RM2FNM309–geography/travel, USA, politics, demonstration against the Freedom March of the Civil Rights Movement, ADDITIONAL-RIGHTS-CLEARANCE-INFO-NOT-AVAILABLE
RMFFB650–DAISY BATES (1914-1999). /nAmerican civil rights activist.
RMG68WBJ–Coretta King, widow of murdered civil rights leader Martin Luther King, with her daughter Yolanda, 13. They were at Heathrow Airport following a four day visit to London.
RM2A9WN2T–Aerial photo of the Selma to Montgomery civil rights march reaching the Alabama Capitol building on March 25, 1965. (USA)
RMP68Y9R–Photograph of Lyndon Johnson, President of the United States of America, signing Civil Rights Act. Behind Johnson is Martin Luther King Jnr. Dated 1964
RM2B08JN1–Lucretia Coffin Mott (1793-1880), Women's civil rights campaigner, abolitionist, portrait photograph by Frederick Gutekunst, circa 1865
RMKHW4XN–Photograph taken during a Civil Rights March on Washington. Dated 20th Century
RMF4HKXF–Chen Guangcheng, the Chinese civil rights activist, at the Edinburgh International Book Festival 2015. Edinburgh, Scotland. 27th August 2015
RMT5TF9A–Mary Church Terrell (1863-1954), one of the First African-American Women to Earn a College Degree, National Activist for Civil Rights and Suffrage, Seated Portrait
RMHGB2JT–Civil rights leaders surrounded by crowds carrying signs, Washington D.C.
RMBMN6RJ–MARTIN LUTHER KING - US civil rights leader (1929-1968)
RMDDBCTT–US President Barack Obama meets with civil rights leaders in the Roosevelt Room of the White House July 29, 2013 in Washington, DC.
RM2AKK5G5–John Lewis, American civil rights activist, John Robert Lewis (1940) American politician and civil rights leader.
RM2CGDPM4–W E B Du Bois. Portrait of William Edward Burghardt Du Bois (1868-1963) by Addison N. Scurlock, 1911. Du Bois was an American sociologist, socialist, historian and civil rights activist.
RMG3ACTX–A. Philip Randolph (standing right), African-American labor leader and originator of the 'March on Washington' idea, and Cleveland Robinson (seated right), chairman of the March administrative committee, answer questions posed by Congressional leaders at the Capitol in Washington. Randolph outlined in detail the plans for the August 28th demonstration march in support of President Kennedy's civil rights legislation.
RFBH9CPF–The Montgomery, Alabama bus in which civil rights pioneer Rosa Parks refused to yield her seat to a white passenger in 1955.
RMT04PD3–DR MARTIN LUTHER KING Civil Rights' March on Washington', D.C.' For Jobs and Freedom.' Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Mathew Ahmann with civil rights protesters Washington DC USA August 28th 1963 Date28 August 1963
RM2ANB9DJ–Just Mercy (2019) directed by Destin Daniel Cretton and starring Marcus A. Griffin Jr., Michael B. Jordan, Jamie Foxx and Brie Larson. True story about civil rights defence attorney Bryan Stevenson fighting to free a wrongly convicted prisoner on death row.
RMFFYD80–JESSE JACKSON (1941- ). /nAmerican civil rights leader. Photograph, 1975.
RMG68WCW–Civil rights leader Dr Martin Luther King during a press conference at London's Hilton Hotel. He received an honorary degree from Newcastle University yesterday.
RM2A9WN31–Aerial photo of the Selma to Montgomery civil rights march reaching the Alabama Capitol building on March 25, 1965. (USA)
RM2A5YN8C–Photograph of Mahatma Gandhi 1940. Gandhi led India to independence and inspired movements for non-violence, civil rights, and freedom across the world. Was assassinated 30 January 1948.
RM2B08JTD–Anna Elizabeth Dickinson (1842-1932), Women's civil rights campaigner, abolitionist, portrait photograph by Mathew B. Brady, circa 1863
RMKHW4YD–Photograph taken during a Civil Rights March on Washington. Dated 20th Century
RMF4HK3D–Chen Guangcheng, the Chinese civil rights activist, at the Edinburgh International Book Festival 2015. Edinburgh, Scotland. 27th August 2015
RMT5TF9D–Ida B. Wells (1862-1931), African American Journalist, Civil rights Leader and one of the the Founders fo the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), Illustration, 1891
RMHGB2JY–August 28, 1963 - Civil rights march on Washington D.C.
RM2HETFCF–MAYA ANGELOU (1928-2014) American poet and civil rights activist about 1970
RMEHKADH–US President Barack Obama meets with young local and national civil rights leaders in the Oval Office of the White House December 1, 2014 in Washington, DC.
RMM223Y7–William Edward Burghardt 'W. E. B.' Du Bois (1868 – 1963) American sociologist, historian, civil rights activist, author, writer 1918
RMFD2NW6–Lyndon B Johnson, the 36th President of the USA, signing the 1968 Civil Rights Act, 11th April 1968. Photo by Warren K Leffler, U.S. News & World Report Magazine.
RMGDM1H3–African-American and white Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party supporters demonstrating outside the 1964 Democratic National Convention, Atlantic City, New Jersey; some hold signs with portraits of slain civil rights workers Andrew Goodman and Michael Schwerner. Warren K. Leffler, photographer.
RMBH9CR0–The seat of a Montgomery, Alabama bus which civil rights pioneer Rosa Parks refused to yield to a white passenger in 1955.
RM2FWT1C0–Racial Segregation USA BEALE STREET 1939 ‘Rex Billiard Hall For Colored Only’ Bar Juke Joint segregation by race racist Civil Rights apartheid separation by colour. Group of African American young men standing outside in front of a billiard hall waiting for it to open. Beale Street in Memphis, Tennessee. Photograph by Marion Post Wolcott, c1939.
RMHRP2EE–Whitney Young, Civil Rights Leader
RMCWA64B–Men in the fight for Civil Rights participate in a memorial trek from Chatanooga, Tennesse to Jackson, Mississipi. They were
RM2E9MD81–One Night in Miami (2020) directed by Regina King and starring Kingsley Ben-Adir, Eli Goree and Aldis Hodge. A fictional account of one incredible night where icons Muhammad Ali, Malcolm X, Sam Cooke, and Jim Brown gathered discussing their roles in the Civil Rights Movement and cultural upheaval of the 60s.
RMFFY9T2–MEDGAR EVERS (1925-1963). /nAmerican civil rights activist. Photograph, 1963.
RMG68WCM–Civil rights leader Dr Martin Luther King during a press conference at London's Hilton Hotel. He received an honorary degree from Newcastle University yesterday.
RMRB16DF–Born into slavery, Ida B. Wells was an African-American investigative journalist, educator, and an early leader in the Civil Rights Movement. (Photo circa 1893 or 1894)
RMP66W9Y–The Civil Rights Act of being enacted by President Lyndon Johnson, July 2, 1964. civil rights legislation in the United States, that outlawed major forms of discrimination against racial, ethnic, national and religious minorities, and women
RM2B08JN0–Lucretia Coffin Mott (1793-1880), Abolitionist, Women's civil rights campaigner, portrait photograph by Marcus Aurelius Root, 1851
RMD988BJ–Lyndon Baines Johnson signing Civil Rights Bill, 11 April 1968. Photographer: Warren K Leffler.
RMF4HJR6–Chen Guangcheng, the Chinese civil rights activist, at the Edinburgh International Book Festival 2015. Edinburgh, Scotland. 27th August 2015
RM2H19XRF–Julian Bond (1940-2015), American Social Activist, leader of U.S. Civil Rights Movement, Educator and Politician, head and shoulders Portrait as member of Georgia House of Representatives, Warren K. Leffler, US News & World Report Magazine Collection, 1966
RMHGB2K0–Civil rights leaders meet with President John F. Kennedy in the oval office of the White House.
RM2H4T007–CLAUDETTE COLVIN American civil rights pioneer and retired nurse in 1954
RMEHKADG–US President Barack Obama meets with young local and national civil rights leaders in the Oval Office of the White House December 1, 2014 in Washington, DC.
RMPM4GNY–Civil rights march on Washington, D.C., August 28, 1963. File Reference # 1003 077THA
RM2CGDPKR–W E B Du Bois. Portrait of William Edward Burghardt Du Bois (1868-1963) by C M Battey, c.1919. Du Bois was an American sociologist, socialist, historian and civil rights activist.
RMK74TEW–James Farmer, civil rights activist, co-founder of CORE (Congress of Racial Equality) and Assistant Secretary of the Department of Health, Education & Welfare during Richard Nixon's first term, Washington, DC, 1969.
RM2DCC8A3–The leader of the civil rights movement in America, the Reverend Martin Luther King Jr
RMB5APC8–Martin Luther King American Civil Rights leader getting an Honoraray Degree of Doctor of law
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