De Selma a Montgomery. Marcha por los derechos civiles. Civil Rights March, 1965. Foto de James Karales.

De Selma a Montgomery. Marcha por los derechos civiles. Civil Rights March, Foto de James Karales.

awesome Ralph Lincoln - 11th generation Lincoln

Sesión fotográfica a Obama, para un retrato Cerebro humano vs Cerebro de un delfín Estas mujeres nacieron en los años y siguen vivas. Un huracán en Saturno, el tamaño de este huracán es del tamaño de 2 planeta tierra. Un tatuador...

Very young nurse with baby girl. The picture illustrates the embarrassing history of slavery, even small children being taken away from their families and being used as unpaid laborers in white families.

A Young Girl and her Nursemaid

The three women pictured in this incredible photograph from 1885 -- Anandibai Joshi of India, Keiko Okami of Japan, and Sabat Islambouli of Syria -- each became the first licensed female doctors in their respective countries. The three were students at the Women’s Medical College of Pennsylvania; one of the only places in the world at the time where women could study medicine. - http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/04/08/19th-century-women-medical-school_n_5093603.html

Anandabai Joshee (India), Kei Okami (Japón) y Tabat Islambooly (Siria) fueron las primeras mujeres de sus países en licenciarse en una facultad de medicina (Pensilvania,

This Aug. 11, 1936 file photo shows America's Jesse Owens, center, salutes during the presentation of his gold medal for the long jump, after defeating Nazi Germany's Lutz Long, right, during the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin. Naoto Tajima of Japan, left, placed third. (AP Photo/File)

A continuación te presentamos una fantástica colección de fotografías que relatan algunas de las curiosidades más interesantes que ocurrieron en la historia de la humanidad. Gracias a Rodrigo Illanes por el aporte.

Myrlie Evers at her husbands funeral, 1963  Fifty years later, she gave a beautiful invocation at the 2nd inauguration of our 1st African American president.  There's a lot of work left to be done, but damn, we've come a long way.

Myrlie Evers at her husbands funeral, 1963 Fifty years later, she gave a beautiful invocation at the 2nd inauguration of our 1st African American president. There's a lot of work left to be done, but damn, we've come a long way.

Fredi Washington refused to "pass" for white, at Hollywood's suggestion, and was therefore typecast as mixed race and never allowed a flourishing career. Her stance, however, made her an advocate among African Americans.

Fredi Washington refused to "pass" for white, at Hollywood's suggestion, and was therefore typecast as mixed race and never allowed a flourishing career. Her stance, however, made her an advocate among African Americans.

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