Then & Now

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Dan Budnik (1933-2020)
Grade School Children waving to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and civil rights leaders, Oak Street, Montgomery, March 25, 1965
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Dan Budnik (1933-2020)
Harry Belafonte Speaking to the Crowd Outside the Lincoln Memorial, Washington DC, 1958
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Dan Budnik (1933-2020)
Leander M. Dudley singing freedom songs with fellow teenagers, Lownders County, Alabama, March 22nd, 1965
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Dan Budnik (1933-2020)
Martin Luther King Jr. at Beulah Baptist Church, Montgomery, March 14th, 1965
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Dan Budnik (1933-2020)
Martin Luther King Jr. Beulah Baptist Church, March, 1965
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Dan Budnik (1933-2020)
Martin Luther King Jr. Brown Chapel A.M.E. Church, Selma, March, 1965
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Dan Budnik (1933-2020)
Selma to Montgomery March, Two Neighborhood Boys observing the marchers, City of St. Jude Kitchen. Montgomery, March 25th, 1965
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Dan Budnik (1933-2020)
Waiting for the Buses to Return Home - 140,000 People Came via Trains and Buses, Washington DC, August 28th, 1963
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Dan Budnik (1933-2020)
Washington DC, August 27th, 1963, March on Washington the Evening Before the March- The evening of the 27th of August people assembled beneath and on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in anticipation of the greatest civil rights demonstration in American
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Sheila Pree Bright
#FXCK July 4th: Rally cultivating change from injustice and police brutality toward woman and LGBTQ+, Atlanta GA
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Sheila Pree Bright
Black men are standing with brothers showing their solidarity suited up. A silent march Dr. Martin Luther KIng’s birth home marching on the historic street, Auburn Avenue, Atlanta, GA
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Sheila Pree Bright
Representative Park Cannon and woman State Representatives stood in solidarity with the mothers whose children have fallen to police brutality sparked by the death of George Floyd. House Bill 636 was introduced by the State Representatives, Atlanta, GA
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Sheila Pree Bright
The People's Uprising organization, Justice for Breonna Taylor, protesting the decision by the Kentucky grand jury to indict former officers in connection to the shooting death of Breonna Taylor, Atlanta, GA
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Sheila Pree Bright
The People's Uprising organization, Justice for Breonna Taylor, protesting the decision by the Kentucky grand jury to indict former officers in connection to the shooting death of Breonna Taylor, Atlanta, GA
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Alison Saar
Alison and Evie Broadside
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Lezley Saar
Gender Is the Night
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Lezley Saar
A Night at the Uranium
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Lezley Saar
The Silent Woman
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Alison Saar
Cotton Eater II
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Alison Saar
Tango