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Civil Rights Marchers 1963
Marchers with signs at the March on Washington. (Photo: Original black and white negative by Marion S. Trikosko. Taken August 28, 1963, Washington D.C. Colorized by Jordan J. Lloyd for the Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division)

 

Black Demonstrators 1965
African-American demonstrators outside the White House, with signs stating “We demand the right to vote, everywhere” and signs protesting police brutality against civil rights demonstrators in Selma, Alabama. (Photo: Original black and white negative by Warren K. Leffler. Taken March 12, 1965. Colorized by Jordan J. Lloyd. Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division)

 

Demonstrators Reflecting Pool 1963
Demonstrators sit, with their feet in the Reflecting Pool, during the March on Washington, 1963. (Photo: Original black and white negative by Warren K. Leffler. Taken August 28, 1963. Colorized by Jordan J. Lloyd for the Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division)

 

Civil Rights March 1963
Civil rights march on Washington, D.C. (Photo: Original black and white negative by Warren K. Leffler. Taken August 28, 1963. Colorized by Jordan J. Lloyd for the Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division)

 

Drinking fountain on the county courthouse lawn, Halifax, North Carolina. (Photo: original black and white negative by John Vachon. Colorized by Jordan J. Lloyd for the Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division.
Drinking fountain on the county courthouse lawn, Halifax, North Carolina. (Photo: Original black and white negative by John Vachon, taken April 1968. Colorized by Jordan J. Lloyd for the Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division)

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