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Pete Seeger Concert

Date: September 1977
Description: Pete Seeger with a banjo performing at a picnic, perhaps a fund-raising event, for the "Guardian," a radical weekly newspaper.
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Harry Haywood

Date: December 1984
Description: Harry Haywood, seated at the left, one of the leading American communists, at the holiday party of the "Guardian" newspaper, the year before his death. Abe...
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HUAC Opposition

Date: January 08 1965
Description: The investigations of the House Un-American Activities Committee did not end in the 1950s. Here are (left to right) Donna Allen of the Women's Strike for P...
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The "Guardian" Chinese Tour

Date: April 1974
Description: Supporters of the "Guardian," a weekly radical newspaper, visiting the birthplace of Mao Tse Tung.
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Radical Editor

Date: October 23 1978
Description: Jack A. Smith, managing editor of the "Guardian," a weekly radical newspaper. Smith's admiration for Chinese communism is suggested by the decorations on h...
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Irwin Silber

Date: April 1975
Description: "Irwin Silber, an editor of the 'Guardian'," a radical weekly newspaper, speaking to an anti-war rally in a square near a large sculpture.
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The "Guardian's" 40th Anniversary

Date: October 23 1978
Description: Staff of the "Guardian," the Marxist-Leninist weekly newspaper, taken on the 40th anniversary of the paper's establishment. The cake is decorated with a ha...
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John T. McManus

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Description: Candid photograph of journalist John T. "Jack" McManus speaking on the telephone. McManus was a writer for the "New York Times"; co-founder of the "Nationa...
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WSP Peace March

Date: June 1963
Description: Inter-racial demonstration at the second annual conference of Women Strike for Peace (WSP).
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Southern Housing Conditions

Date: August 1963
Description: Marjory Collins, a writer and photographer for the "National Guardian," took this picture of the housing of poor blacks.
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Building the Movement

Date: August 1963
Description: John McFerren, a leader of the civil rights movement in Somerville, working on the construction of a new building for the organization.
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Ed Nixon

Date: April 1962
Description: Civil rights leader Ed Nixon, and his wife, seated on the front porch of their home.
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Rev. Claude Williams

Date: 1962
Description: Rev. Claude Williams and his wife Joyce, probably photographed at their house in Birmingham, Alabama. Williams, a Presbyterian minister, was expelled from...
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Movement Leader Ezekiel Bell

Date: April 1962
Description: Ezekiel Bell, his wife, and son Frederick posed outside his house. Bell was the chair of the Community Service Committee which was credited with the succe...
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Birmingham Movement Leaders

Date: April 1962
Description: Rev. Fred Shuttlesworth, (in bow tie) and Rev. J.S. Phifer, congratulate each other after their release from jail. The two men had been imprisoned together...
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SCEF Conference

Date: April 1962
Description: A voter registration panel at a SCEF (Southern Conference Educational Fund) conference. Seated at the table are Hosea L. Williams, W.P. Mitchell of the Tus...
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SCEF Conference

Date: April 1962
Description: Bishop Edgar A Love, chairman of SCEF (Southern Conference Educational Fund) listens while Dorthy Vails, a leader of the Talladega College SNCC engages in...
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SCEF Leaders

Date: April 1962
Description: James Dombrowski, (left), executive director of SCEF, the Southern Conference Educational Fund, and Bishop Edgar A. Love, SCEF chairman, during a meeting.
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Bob Moses

Date: 1962
Description: SNCC leader Bob Moses. Although this image is not fully captioned, it is believed to be the voter registration office in Jackson, Mississippi.
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Rutledge Pearson

Date: 1963
Description: Rutledge Pearson (on left), a former baseball player and president of the Jacksonville NAACP, speaking with a woman living on Caroline Lane, the poorest se...

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