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These Critics Don't Write Enough About Women Artists   Guerrilla Girls   Offset Lithography on paper  2002 
Benvenuti alla Biennale Femminista!   Guerrilla Girls   Offset Lithography on paper  2002 
The Future for Turkish Women Artists   Guerrilla Girls   Offset Lithography on paper  2002 
Not OK Weekly: Horror on the National Mall!   Guerrilla Girls   Offset Lithography on paper  2002 
I'm Not a Feminist, but if I Was, This Is What I Would Complain About   Guerrilla Girls   Offset Lithography on paper  2002 
Even Michelle Bachman Believes "We All Have the Same Civil Rights."   Guerrilla Girls   Offset Lithography on paper  2002 
The Estrogen Bomb   Guerrilla Girls   Offset Lithography on paper  2002 
After giving a concert in a cotton field in Greenwood Mississippi, Bob Dylan plays behind the SNCC office. Bernice Reagon, one of the original Freedom Singers and today leader of Sweet Honey on the Rock, listens. Mendy Sampstein sits behind Dylan and talk   Lyon, Danny   Gelatin silver print on paper  1963 
St. Thomas' Gym in St. Paul, Minnesota filled with young Civil Rights workers as John Lewis addresses a Brotherhood Button orientation rally   Neale   Vintage ferrotyped gelatin silver print on paper  August 2, 1965 
Civil Rights activists retraced the footsteps of the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in Selma. Their demonstration was okayed by a court order.   Unknown Photographer   Vintage wire photograph on paper  April 1972 
Circuit Judge T. Werth Thagard (seated) and Circuit Solicitor Arthur E. Camble, Jr. will be the judge and prosecutor when Leroy Wilkins, Jr. goes on trial for the slaying of Mrs. Viola Liuzzo   Unknown Photographer   Vintage wire photograph on paper  May 1965 
Gary Tommy Rowe, Jr., 34, of Birmingham shields his face from photographers as he is brought to the U.S. Commissioner's office in Birmingham for a hearing to set bond   Unknown Photographer   Vintage wire photograph on paper  March 26, 1965 
This picture of Mrs. James J. Reeb was taken only hours before her husband, a Boston minister, died in a Birmingham hospital of injuries received in a racial beating in Selma   Unknown Photographer   Vintage wire photograph on paper  March 11, 1965 
Actor Gary Merrill (right) talks with a Civil Rights worker after arriving in Selma from New York   Unknown Photographer   Vintage wire photograph on paper  March 20, 1965 
Jurors receive their pay for serving in the trial of Thomas L. Coleman in Hayneville, Alabama. They acquitted him in the slaying of Civil Rights worker Jonathan Daniels.   Cort, Horace   Vintage wire photograph on paper  September 1965 
Two CORE pickets look as police arrest them and several others as they blocked the parking exit at a Realty Board meeting in Los Angeles   Unknown Photographer   Vintage wire photograph on paper  May 26, 1964 
student leader James Mays of Clark College tells newsmen that the students have renamed the former Atlanta University Center as the Martin Luther King University Center   Holloway, Joe   Vintage wire photograph on paper  April 1969 
Civil Rights activists chant "We Shall Overcome" in front of Decatur City Hall at the end of a peaceful march   Unknown Photographer   Vintage gelatin silver print with resin coating on paper  May 26, 1980 
Civil Rights marchers returned to damaged cars. They parked in Marquette Park in Chicago to to walk through an all-white residential area on the Southwest Side.   Stoddard, Larry   Vintage wire photograph on paper  August 1, 1966 
Cook County Sheriff's police restrain a white heckler who tried to rush Civil Rights marchers as they trekked through Cicero. Authorities arrested 50 people.   Unknown Photographer   Vintage wire photograph on paper  September 5, 1966 

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