Freedom's Sword: The NAACP and the Struggle against Racism in America, 1909-1969

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Courtesy of Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, Visual Materials from the NAACP Records: DuBois, Ovington, Joel Spingarn, J.W. Johnson, “A Man Was Lynched Yesterday, Howard Students Protest, Houston, Storey, Pickens, White, Wilkins as a Levee Worker, Mrs. Roosevelt, Wilkins, Marshall, Carter, Current, President Eisenhower, NAACP “Brain Trust, Wilkins & Marshall Counsel Autherine Lucy, President Johnson, Hill, Shagaloff, Medgar Evers, Rustin

Courtesy of Associated Press: 1939 Marian Anderson Concert, 1963 March on Washington

Courtesy of Hilton Clark: Dr. Kenneth C. Clark

Courtesy of Herbert Hill: Thurgood Marshall and Herb Hill, Moon, Wilkins, Hill, and Marshall

Courtesy of Gil Jonas: Jack Johnson, Marian Anderson, Charles Evers and Author, Ralph Bunche

Courtesy of Paul Robeson Jr.: Paul Robeson

Courtesy of Mildred Bond Roxborough: Dr. John Morsell

Courtesy of June Shagaloff: Moon, Shagaloff, and Walter White

National Park Service Photographs Courtesy of Harry S. Truman Library: President Truman, President Truman, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Walter White

LBJ Library Photos by Yoichi Okamoto: President Johnson and Wilkins, Joseph Rauh and Roy Wilkins, LBJ and Wilkins

LBJ Library Photo by Frank Wolfe: Clarence Mitchell and President Johnson

John F. Kennedy Library Photos by Robert Knudsen, White House: President Kennedy, President Kennedy

John F. Kennedy Library Photo by Abbie Rowe, White House: President Kennedy and civil rights leaders

Photos by Gil Jonas: NAACP leaders, Ruby Hurley, Leaders of Mississippi biracial delegation caucus at 1968 Democratic convention in Chicago

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