- Capa, Cornell, Magnum PhotosView Full Item in University of Illinois at Chicago
Mayor Richard J. Daley seated with a group of African American ministers discussing civil rights. Transcribed from back of photo: Cornell Capa, 196 Magnum Photos, 72 West 45th Street, N.Y.C. 36
- Haun, Declan, 1937-1994 (photographer)View Full Item in Chicago History Museum
A counter-demonstrator makes a rude face and holds up a sign reading: Where Are White Civil Rights? at an Open Housing March in the Bogan neighborhood of Chicago, Illinois, 1966.
- Miller, Ronald S, Johnson, Gary T, Alter, PeterView Full Item in Chicago History Museum
Ronald S. Miller was born in 1931 and grew up in Chicago's Albany Park community, the son of a fur shop owner. Mr. Miller discussed his extensive career as an attorney. He developed the firm of Miller…
- H. A. Martin PhotographyView Full Item in University of Illinois at Chicago
Preparing for the launch of the Englewood Community Congress are, left to right: Otis Flynn, John Hall, Marion Henley, the Reverend Howard Tuite, Tim Black, Robert Henley, Jr., Hattie Hill, unidentifi…
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Crowd gathered on a street to hear speakers: Martin Luther King, Jr. is on the platform, second from the left; Bernard LaFayette is on King's left.
- Ellis, Carl Edward, Ellis, Barbara Wooten, Breakthrough Film CrewView Full Item in Chicago History Museum
Breakthrough Urban Ministries, a community based organization that provides social services on Chicago's West Side, and the Chicago History Museum collaborated on this oral history project. The Museum…