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Time Magazine Cover, March 19, 1965   Shahn, Ben   Offset lithography on paper  March 19, 1965 
Time Magazine Cover, March 19, 1965   Shahn, Ben   Offset Lithography on paper  March 19, 1965 
March on Washington protesting racism, Washington D.C. August 1963   Freed, Leonard   Gelatin silver print on paper  1963 
USA. Alabama. Birmingham. 1963. Reverend Martin Luther King at a press conference.   Davidson, Bruce   Gelatin silver print on paper  1963 
USA. Alabama. Selma. 1965. Led by Martin Luther King Jr., a group of civil rights demonstrators march from Selma to Montgomery to fight for black sufferage.   Davidson, Bruce   Gelatin silver print on resin-coated paper  1965 
USA. Alabama, Montgomery. Martin Luther KING Jr. at a press conference declaring the Freedom Rides will continue. John LEWIS (left) was beaten by KKK earlier in Montgomery. 1961.   Davidson, Bruce   Gelatin silver print on paper  1961 
USA. Alabama. Near Selma.1965. During the Freedom march that Martin Luther King led from Selma to Montgomery, organized to show support for a drive to register black voters. Voting registration held in the former gallows.   Davidson, Bruce   Gelatin silver print on resin-coated paper  1965 
A New and Unsettling Force   Norling, Jane   Serigraph on paper  2017 
True Compassion   Caplicki, Kevin   Serigraph on paper  2017 
Power to Poor People   Kjelland, Paul   Serigraph on paper  2017 
Where Do We Go from Here?   Slifer, Shaun   Serigraph on paper  2017 
Martin Luther King Jr. Funeral: Coretta Scott King sips from a cup and talks on the phone at her home in Atlanta   Fitch, Bob   Vintage ferrotyped gelatin silver print on paper  April 1968 
Martin Luther King Jr. Funeral: Coretta Scott King puts on a Hawaiian Lei, Atlanta   Fitch, Bob   Vintage ferrotyped gelatin silver print on paper  April 1968 
Martin Luther King Jr. Funeral: Jesse Jackson at center with Coretta Scott King at his right and an unidentified woman to his left   Fitch, Bob   Vintage ferrotyped gelatin silver print on paper  April 1968 
Poor People's March Beings in Memphis, with Reverend Ralph Abernathy, Reverend A.D. King, and Hosea Williams   Unknown Photographer   Vintage wire photograph on paper  May 2, 1968 
Officials of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference---the Reverend James Bevel, the Reverend Ralph Abernathy, and Bernard LaFayette---discuss strategy for the Poor People's Campaign in Washington   Unknown Photographer   Vintage wire photograph on paper  April 18, 1968 
Mrs. Martin Luther King, Sr. was shot and killed Sunday while playing the organ at Ebenezer Baptist Church, where her late son preached   Unknown Photographer   Vintage wire photograph with applied pigment on paper  June 30, 1974 
Charles Q. Stevens stands in the bathroom doorway in the rooming house in Memphis where he lives. Police say the shot that killed Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was fired from this window.   Kelly, Charles   Vintage wire photograph on paper  April 12, 1968 
Reies Tijerina, leader of the Mexican-American group of the Poor People's Campaign, addresses demonstrators outside the Supreme Court   Schutz, Bob   Vintage wire photograph on paper  May 29, 1968 
Several hundred black people ended a state-wide Poor People's March to the state capital in Tallahassee, Florida   Hudson, Bill   Vintage wire photograph on paper  March 4, 1971 
Reverend Ralph Abernathy addresses a rally on Boston Common after a march that was part of the northeast leg of the Poor People's March on Washington   Curtin, Frank   Vintage wire photograph on paper  May 9, 1968 
The Poor People's Second Line and Freedom March led to a rally in Shakespeare Park in New Orleans, ending the 14th annual SCLC Conference   Unknown Photographer   Vintage ferrotyped gelatin silver print on paper  August 1971 
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was shot today in Memphis and was reported to be in a hospital there. There was no word on his condition.   Unknown Photographer   Vintage wire photograph on paper  c. 1968 (printed April 3, 1968) 
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. as he chats with Governor John A. Volpe at the State House in Boston   Unknown Photographer   Vintage wire photograph with applied pigment on paper  April 22, 1965 
Reverend A. D. King, brother of Civil Rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., surveys damage done to his home in Birmingham, Alabama by a dynamite blast   Unknown Photographer   Vintage wire photograph on paper  May 13, 1963 

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