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The "New Breed Committee" opposes the "City Hall machine" in Chicago, especially black aldermen they think have not supported black causes. During a march, they carry placards calling for the ouster of ten aldermen.   Unknown Photographer   Vintage ferrotyped gelatin silver print on paper  September 1965 
Operation Breadbasket's inaugural Black Easter Parade moves along a 22-block route in Chicago   Simmons, Howard   Vintage ferrotyped gelatin silver print on paper  April 1969 
Police vs. Blacks...pick your own winner. Beer swilling whites on the other side of a via duct yelling at press, Chicago   Sequeria, Paul   Vintage ferrotyped gelatin silver print on paper  April 1969 
Mrs. Clara Powell, Mrs. Charlotte McCrikert, and Mrs. Kathy Bridges move their hand-finished furniture into an addition of Ida B. Wells Housing Project, Chicago   Mann, Dave   Vintage ferrotyped gelatin silver print on paper  January 1954 
Bags of paint splash in the midst of demonstrators protesting hearings held by the House Committee on Un-American Activities probing communism, Chicago   Knoblock, Charles   Vintage wire photograph on paper  May 1965 
12-year old Angel Cherry now has a home with heat, lights and clean walls at 3100 W. Washington in Chicago   Graff, Larry   Vintage ferrotyped gelatin silver print on paper  1969 
Gerald Thomas, his wife Laura and their two children watch television in their Chicago home. They were part of the migration from the South to big cities in the North.   Unknown Photographer   Vintage wire photograph on paper  April 27, 1966 
During a march toward Marquette Park in Chicago, Deputy Chief of Traffic Charles Pep warns leaders of the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Movement to keep the march orderly   DePree, James   Vintage ferrotyped gelatin silver print on paper  August 1976 
Chicago Police Superintendent Orlando W. Wilson, right, chats with Patrolman James Miller in the door of Wilson's office   Hall, Harry L.   Vintage wire photograph on paper  August 12, 1966 
The atmosphere surrounding signs like this one in Chicago have citizens, police and city officials concerned   Settle, Gary   Vintage wire photograph with red wax pencil on paper  July 1976 
Chicago's Superintendent of Schools Benjamin C. Willis confers with Dr. Virginia F. Lewis, a black woman, who was appointed Assistant Superintendent for Racial Integration by the Board of Education   Unknown Photographer   Vintage wire photograph on paper  August 11, 1965 
Chicago policeman subdued a black demonstrator. Two thousand white construction workers beat black people who tried to attend a federal hearing on job discrimination yesterday.   Unknown Photographer   Vintage wire photograph on paper  September 25, 1969 
Feelings of Southern delegates regarding the Civil Rights platform appear on their placards. They are outside the hearing room in Chicago while the Republican Platform Committee attemp to draft a Civil Rights plank.   Unknown Photographer   Vintage wire photograph with applied pigment on paper  July 24, 1960 
At Mount Greenwood Elementary School in Chicago, a crowd of white pickets harass the 11 black children who have just been admitted   Unknown Photographer   Vintage gelatin silver print with applied pigment on paper  February 1968 
Black children from Chicago are staying at 48 homes in Southwestern Wisconsin in a program sponsored by Grant and Iowa County churches, Platteville, Wisconsin   Unknown Photographer   Vintage wire photograph on paper  July 12, 1966 
Reverend Ralph D. Abernathy and his son Ralph on the mule, Chicago   Unknown Photographer   Vintage ferrotyped gelatin silver print on paper  August 29, 1968 
Gus Hall, General Secretary of the Communist Party USA, speaks at a press conference in Chicago   Lenahan, Jack   Vintage wire photograph on paper  June 25, 1975 
Elijah Muhammad sounds a warning to his foes in Chicago: "We Will Fight You...If You Fight Us"   Unknown Photographer   Vintage wire photograph with applied pigment on paper  February 28, 1966 
Police subdue a demonstrator who tried to get away from Lincoln Park in Chicago after curfew   Hall, Duane   Vintage ferrotyped gelatin silver print on paper  August 26, 1968 
Dick Gregory asks Democratic officials to reconsider the selection of Chicago for 1968 Democratic National Convection   Unknown Photographer   Vintage wire photograph on paper  January 5, 1968 
Elijah Muhammad, co-founder of the Black Muslims, addresses members of his sect in Chicago   Unknown Photographer   Gelatin silver print on paper  February 25, 1967 (printed 1975) 

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