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Danny Lyon 
Hattiesburg, Mississippi. Fannie Lou Hamer, sharecropper from a family of twenty children, evicted from her home for applying to register to vote... 
[Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement] 
1964 
  
Gelatin silver print 
11 x 14 ins / 16 x 20 ins 
  
Etherton Gallery 
 
LL/60822 
  
Hattiesburg, Mississippi. Fannie Lou Hamer, sharecropper from a family of twenty children, evicted from her home for applying to register to vote, severely beaten in the Winona police station, SNCC field secretary from Ruleville, and future Mississippi Freedom Democratic party candidate for Congress, marches in the cold Hattiesburg rain.
 
This photograph was included in the exhibition "Danny Lyon: Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement" (Etherton Gallery, February 4 March 15, 2014) 
 
 
  
 
  
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