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Charles Paxson, "Oh! How I Love The Old Flag." Rebecca, A Slave Girl from New Orleans, 1864 (ca), Carte de visite, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division, Reproduction Number: LC-DIG-ppmsca-11130 (digital file from original item, front) LC-DIG-ppmsca-11131 (digital file from original item, back), Call Number: LOT 14022, no. 136 [P&P], LL/53180
 
Racial issues
Contents
Introduction
210.01   Introduction to racial issues
USA
210.02   The scourged back
210.03   Emancipated slaves in the USA
210.04   Real photo postcards: African Americans
210.05   The Klu Klux Klan and race hated in America
210.06   A symbol of race hatred - lynchings in America
210.07   Martin Luther King Jr.
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210.08   Ernest Withers: The struggle for civil rights in the USA
210.09   Robert Frank: The Americans - Racial issues
210.10   Hank Willis Thomas: Unbranded, Reflections in Black by Corporate America 19682008
 
  
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