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

The Selma to Montgomery Civil Rights March, 1965 / There were white people of strength and character who joined the fight for civil rights with formidable passion for racial equality. It was not just a black rights matter but a human rights issue.

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19 Kisses Captured At The Perfect Moment: Marlene Dietrich kisses a GI as he arrives home from World War II in this is just a heart warming beautiful photo.

ALABAMA—A young man with "Vote" painted on his forehead walking in the Selma March, 1965.

A young man with "Vote" painted on his forehead walking in the Selma March, Alabama,

Martin Luther King Jr. enjoys a rare moment of leisure – 1966

Martin Luther King playing pool who knew MLK could be such a bad ass.

Declan Haun - A quiet, courageous, determined Civil Rights protest march around the courthouse in Monroe. North Carolina. 1961. °

A quiet, courageous, determined Civil Rights protest march around the courthouse in Monroe, North Carolina in © Declan Haun

This Pulitzer Prize winning photo is called: The Kiss of Life...It shows a power lineman felled by 4,160 volts of electricity that stopped his heart. Because of the quick action of his co-worker, he was given back his breath and life. This photo was published world-wide.

The Kiss of Life by Rocco Morabito. This 1967 award-winning photo entitled "Kiss of Life" shows two power linemen, Randall Champion and J. Thompson, at the top of a utility pole.

Nancy Green a former slave, was employed in 1893 to promote the Aunt Jemima brand by demonstrating the pancake mix at expositions and fairs. She was a popular attraction because of her friendly personality, great story-telling, and warmth. Green signed a lifetime contract with the pancake company and her image was used for packaging and billboards.

Nancy Green a former slave, was employed in 1893 to promote the Aunt Jemima brand by demonstrating the pancake mix at expositions and fairs. She was a popular attraction because of her friendly personality, great story-telling, and warmth.

(Civil War Major General) James A. Garfield, 20th President of the United States, as a (very good-looking) young man....he served under General William Stark Rosecrans.

(Civil War Major General) James A. Garfield, President of the United States. Photographic reproduction of a portrait of future President James A. Garfield at the time of his marriage in

Theodore Roosevelt's son Quentin and his friend Roswell Pinckney, 1902

The young sons of Roosevelt and the White House steward, 1902 [5 pics]

Quentin Roosevelt, youngest son of Theodore Roosevelt, and one of his "White House Gang" playmates, Roswell Pinckney, Quentin Roosevelt later joined the Army Air Service and was killed during combat in WWI.

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

An Indian woman, a Japanese woman, and a Syrian woman, all training to be doctors at Women’s Medical College of Philadelphia (now known as Drexel University College of Medicine).

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.

Mississippi KKK Conspiracy Murders June 21 1964 Victims (top to bottom) James Chaney, Andrew Goodman, Michael Schwerner

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 husband's funeral, 1963 She fought over three decades to seek justice for the murder of her civil rights activist husband Medgar Evers.

A Forgotten Heroine: Civil rights activist Daisy Bates fought to dismantle Arkansas’ segregation laws.

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A Forgotten Heroine: Civil rights activist Daisy Bates fought to dismantle Arkansas’ segregation laws. (And looked fabulous while doing it!

plastic door strips that kept out the flies (and choked you when you ran through it too fast)

Remember these plastic strip door curtains to stop the flies in summer? My Aunt had these and I used to get told off for plaiting them!

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