Lonnie King, unidentified woman, and Martin Luther King, Jr., being arrested during sit-in demonstration protesting lunch-counter segregation, Atlanta, Georgia, October 6, 1960.
African American man preparing to eat in downtown's S&S Cafeteria as an act of civil disobedience, Atlanta, Georgia, March 1960.
African American marchers gathered in front of the Georgia State Capitol during a civil rights march, Atlanta, Georgia, May 17, 1960.
Atlanta, GA October 19,1960. AJCP178-026A, Atlanta Journal Consitution Photographic Archives Special Collections and Archives, Georgia State University Library
Edumund Pettus BridgeSelma, Alabama, 1965 "Bloody Sunday"
Edumund Pettus BridgeSelma, Alabama "Bloody Sunday" March 7, 1965
Leading marchers on "Bloody Sunday"March 7, 1963
George Wallace's Gubernatorial Inaugural Address known for it's "segregation now, segregation tomorrow, segregation forever" phrase January 14, 1963 vs. John Lewis' speech at Civil Rights March on Washington, August 28, 1963.