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  1. Frederick Douglass Quote I
  2. Pools of Defiance, 2001
  3. Three African American Women With Sign Reading, 'Segregation Is Discrimination'. Houston
  4. Buffalo Soldiers
  5. Tuskegee Airmen at a briefing at Ramitelli Airfield, Italy, 1945
  6. Jack Johnson, Heavyweight Champion of the World, Vintage Poster
  7. American History print of the first African American Senator and Representatives
  8. Malcolm X (1925-1965)
  9. Martin Luther King (1929-1968)
  10. Harriet Tubman I
  11. Benjamin Oliver Davis, Jr., commander of the Tuskegee Airmen
  12. Tuskegee Airmen, 1942
  13. Digitally restored vector image of Doris Dorie Miller, a cook in the U.S. Navy
  14. Lawyers at the Supreme Court prior to presenting arguments against school segregation
  15. Marchers on the National Mall during the Million Man March
  16. We The People
  17. Angela Davis (1944- )
  18. Vintage American Civil War print of Frederick Douglass
  19. Character
  20. Martin Luther King at a press conference in Washington, DC on March 26, 1964
  21. W.E.B. Du Bois
  22. Motivation I
  23. Langston Hughes
  24. Huge crowd viewed during the March on Washington, Aug 28, 1963
  25. Illustration Of Sojourner Truth After A Photograph
  26. Digitally restored vector photo of Doris Dorie Miller, a cook in the U.S. Navy
  27. Dreamer
  28. Sugar Ray Robinson was the welterweight boxing champion from 1946-1950
  29. Coast Guardsman Jacob Lawrence, With His Paintings At Institute Of Modern Art In Boston
  30. Althea Gibson
  31. Jack Johnson (1878-1946)
  32. Jack Johnson (1878-1946), American boxer
  33. Martin Luther King Jr.
  34. African American troops of the U.S. Navy photographed in battle dress, 1942
  35. Martin Luther King met with President Lyndon Johnson, Dec. 6, 1963
  36. African Americans Demonstrate Against Segregation At University Of Texas, Austin
  37. African Americans Encouraging Voter Registration At Unidentified College Campus In 1948
  38. Confederate Troops Fighting African American Union Soldiers At Fort Wagner
  39. World War II: Welders, 1943, at a shipyard in Richmond
  40. William Edward Burghardt Du Bois, 1904
  41. Young Woman Demonstrator At March On Washington For Jobs And Freedom
  42. Early African American Regiment Posing at Camp William Penn, Philadelphia
  43. Harriet Tubman II
  44. Washington DC, Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial
  45. American History print featuring some of the most celebrated African American leaders
  46. Granville Woods, US inventor
  47. President of South Africa, Nelson Mandela
  48. African American mother and daughter