• Woman at a civil rights demonstration

    Haun, Declan, 1937-1994 (photographer)

    Image of a woman at a civil rights demonstration on the streets of Monroe, North Carolina, 1961. She is carrying sign that reads: Taxes Bring Industry Where Negroes Cannot Work.

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  • Woman at a civil rights demonstration

    Haun, Declan, 1937-1994 (photographer)

    Image of a woman standing on a street corner during a civil rights demonstration in Monroe, North Carolina, 1961. She is holding a sign that reads: No man should be too white or too rich to pay for hi…

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  • Man at a civil rights demonstration

    Haun, Declan, 1937-1994 (photographer)

    Image of a man at a civil rights demonstration on the streets of Monroe, North Carolina, 1961. He is carrying sign that reads: Who Runs Monroe? The Klan or The Mayor? A police officer is visible behin…

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  • Woman raises her fist during Chicago Martin Luther King Jr. rally

    Haun, Declan, 1937-1994 (photographer)

    A woman raises her fist during a Martin Luther King Jr. rally as other marchers pass behind her, Chicago, Illinois, 1966.

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  • Female protester carrying Justice sign

    Haun, Declan, 1937-1994 (photographer)

    A female protester carries a sign that reads Justice at a civil rights demonstration in Monroe, North Carolina, August 26, 1961.

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  • Elevated view of crowd at Open Housing Marches

    Haun, Declan, 1937-1994 (photographer)

    Image shows an elevated view of the crowd, including marchers, police, and members of the press, walking beside a road at an Open Housing March, part of a larger program of civil rights demonstrations…

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  • National Guardsmen stand watch near Water Tower around time of Chicago Riots

    Haun, Declan, 1937-1994 (photographer)

    Two armed National Guardsmen police the area around the Water Tower (visible in the background) around the time of the Chicago Riots that broke out in South and West Side neighborhoods following news…

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