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40 Of The Most Powerful Photographs Ever Taken

Okay, I love my country but this is a powerful statement that I support The United States was so extremely wrong with segregation. People are people. The end. It doesn't matter what their skin color is! If I were in their shoes I would do the same thing!

jets take ballet class on set... Why is this picture not on the wall in my house ?!! Where are all these archive pictures hiding????

1963, Gordon Parks: "Ethel Shariff was the leader of the women's corps of the Black Muslims, wife of the chief of the elite guard, and daughter of Elijah Muhammad, the spiritual leader of the Black Muslim movement. This image was part of the photographic essay on Malcolm X and the Muslims that ran in LIFE, accompanied by Parks's essay 'What Their Cry Means to Me—A Negro's Own Evaluation.'"