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Los Desastres de la Guerra, 1st edition, plate 9, No quieren (They don't want to)   Goya, Francisco de   Etching and aquatint on paper  1863 
Los Desastres de la Guerra, 1st edition, plate 11, Ni por esas (Neither do these)   Goya, Francisco de   Etching and drypoint on paper  1863 
Los Desastres de la Guerra, 1st edition, plate 13, Amarga presencia (Bitter presence)   Goya, Francisco de   Etching and drypoint on paper  1863 
Los Desastres de la Guerra, trial proof, plate 13, Amarga presencia (Bitter presence)   Goya, Francisco de   Etching and drypoint on paper  c. 1810 
Los Desastres de la Guerra, 1st edition, plate 19, Ya no hay tiempo (There isn't time now)   Goya, Francisco de   Etching and drypoint on paper  1863 
Frauenraube IV (Abduction IV)   Corinth, Lovis   Drypoint on paper  1914 
Vergewaltigt (Raped)   Kollwitz, Käthe   Etching on paper  c. 1907 (printed 1921) 
#justiceforjanedoe, Anonymous Women Protestors, Steubenville Rape Case, March 13-17, 2013   Bowers, Andrea   Graphite on paper  2014 
If you're raped, you might as well "relax and enjoy it," because no one will believe you.   Guerrilla Girls   Offset Lithography on paper  1992 
The Rape of Polyxena, Florence, Italy   Alinari, Fratelli   Vintage albumen print from a collodion negative on paper  c. 1860s 
Crowd outside the courthouse in Tallahassee, Florida awaiting the jury's verdict about four white youths on trial for raping a black coed   Unknown Photographer   Vintage wire photograph on paper  June 14, 1959 
Student body officers at Florida A&M University in Tallahassee discuss the proceedings against four white men charged with raping a black a co-ed   Unknown Photographer   Vintage wire photograph on paper  May 7, 1959 
These four white youths were convicted of raping a black coed. Circuit Judge W. May Walker sentenced them to life imprisonment.   Unknown Photographer   Ferrotyped wire photograph on paper  June 22, 1959 
Poplarville, Mississippi is troubled after the lynching of 23-year-old black man Charles Mack Parker. He was dragged out of jail after being charged with raping a pregnant white woman.   Unknown Photographer   Vintage ferrotyped gelatin silver print on paper  June 1959 
Special Prosecutor John Wilkinson walks with members of the family of slain jailor Clarence Alligood as they leave the courthouse Raleigh, North Carolina   Valentine, Harold   Vintage wire photograph on paper  July 1975 
Joan Little, escorted by her bodyguard, Russell McDonald, leaves the Beaufort County Courthouse. She made a surprise appearance at the pretrial hearing of her murder trial.   Unknown Photographer   Vintage wire photograph on paper  April 1975 
Joan Little and her mother, Jessie Williams, arrive at the courthouse in Raleigh, North Carolina today for her murder trial   Valentine, Harold   Vintage wire photograph on paper  August 1975 
Joan Little is closely guarded by one of her bodyguards, Russell McDonald, at the courthouse in Raleigh, North Carolina   Valentine, Harold   Vintage wire photograph on paper  August 1975 
Joan Little and a bodyguard in the courthouse parking garage in Raleigh, North Carolina, as she arrives for what could be the last day of her murder trial   Valentine, Harold   Vintage wire photograph on paper  August 1975 
Civil Rights activist Dick Gregory visits with Joan Little during a recess in her murder trial in Raleigh, North Carolina   Valentine, Harold   Vintage wire photograph on paper  August 1975 
Free on $25,000 bond, Joan Little and bondsman Harvey L. Leary of Durham leave the North Carolina women's prison in Raleigh   Valentine, Harold   Vintage wire photograph on paper  December 17, 1975 
Controversial lawyer William M. Kuntsler accompanies Joan Little as she arrives for the fourth week of her murder trial in Raleigh, North Carolina   Unknown Photographer   Vintage wire photograph on paper  August 1975 
Joan Little and two of her bodyguards arrive at the courthouse in Raleigh, North Carolina. She is on the witness stand for a second day.   Valentine, Harold   Vintage wire photograph on paper  August 12, 1975 
Joan Little leaves the courthouse in Raleigh, North Carolina after being found not guilty in her second degree murder trial   Valentine, Harold   Vintage wire photograph on paper  August 1975 
Joan Little (right) leaves Beaufort County Courthouse in Washington, North Carolina with her mother, Mrs. Jessie Williams   Valentine, Harold   Vintage wire photograph on paper  December 8, 1975 

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