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USA-MLK/SANITATION WORKERS
RTX5FM06
April 03, 2018
Side dishes including (clockwise from top right) cabbage, sweet potatoes, collard greens, rice, beans...
Memphis, UNITED STATES
The Wider Image: Memphis 50 years after MLK's death
Side dishes including (clockwise from top right) cabbage, sweet potatoes, collard greens, rice, beans and macaroni-and-cheese are ready to be served at Ms. Girlee's Soul Food Restaurant in Memphis, Tennessee, U.S., March 29, 2018. The restaurant is owned by Henry Leach and his family. Leach, who participated in the strike 50 years ago, said Martin Luther King came to the city for justice, not violence. "He came to help us get what we wanted. Like I tell you, he became like a father to us," the former sanitation worker said recently. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst SEARCH "MLK ERNST" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
MEXICO-GARDENS/
RTR20ISR
July 31, 2008
Galdino Gonzalez, 56, shows an urban vegetable garden to Reuters journalists in the Iztapalapa district,...
Mexico City, Mexico
Galdino Gonzalez shows an urban vegetable garden to Reuters journalists in the Iztapalapa district
Galdino Gonzalez, 56, shows an urban vegetable garden to Reuters journalists in the Iztapalapa district, Mexico City, July 31, 2008. Under the rule of the ancient Aztecs, Mexico City was a maze of canals and floating gardens that grew corn and beans to feed the masses. Hundreds of years later, the government of this concrete metropolis of 20 million people is promoting urban vegetable gardens as a way to ease the burden of soaring food prices faced by poor families. Over 20 urban vegetable patches have been planted since last year, some in areas formerly used to dump trash, and the city government wants to build at least 20 more. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO)
MEXICO-GARDENS/
RTR20ISP
July 31, 2008
Galdino Gonzalez, 56, and Maria Fernanda, 4, show an urban vegetable garden to Reuters journalists in...
Mexico City, Mexico
Galdino Gonzalez and Maria Fernanda show an urban vegetable garden to Reuters journalists in the Iztapalapa...
Galdino Gonzalez, 56, and Maria Fernanda, 4, show an urban vegetable garden to Reuters journalists in the Iztapalapa district, Mexico City, July 31, 2008. Under the rule of the ancient Aztecs, Mexico City was a maze of canals and floating gardens that grew corn and beans to feed the masses. Hundreds of years later, the government of this concrete metropolis of 20 million people is promoting urban vegetable gardens as a way to ease the burden of soaring food prices faced by poor families. Over 20 urban vegetable patches have been planted since last year, some in areas formerly used to dump trash, and the city government wants to build at least 20 more. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO)
MEXICO-GARDENS/
RTR20ISM
July 31, 2008
Maria Fernanda, 4, walks next to an urban vegetable garden in Iztapalapa district, Mexico City, July...
Mexico City, Mexico
Maria Fernanda walks next to an urban vegetable garden in Iztapalapa district
Maria Fernanda, 4, walks next to an urban vegetable garden in Iztapalapa district, Mexico City, July 31, 2008. Under the rule of the ancient Aztecs, Mexico City was a maze of canals and floating gardens that grew corn and beans to feed the masses. Hundreds of years later, the government of this concrete metropolis of 20 million people is promoting urban vegetable gardens as a way to ease the burden of soaring food prices faced by poor families. Over 20 urban vegetable patches have been planted since last year, some in areas formerly used to dump trash, and the city government wants to build at least 20 more. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO)
MEXICO-GARDENS/
RTR20ISK
July 31, 2008
Galdino Gonzalez, 56, (R) and Silvia Gonzalez, 33, shows an urban vegetable garden to Reuters journalists...
Mexico City, Mexico
Galdino Gonzalez and Silvia Gonzalez shows an urban vegetable garden to Reuters journalists in the Iztapalapa...
Galdino Gonzalez, 56, (R) and Silvia Gonzalez, 33, shows an urban vegetable garden to Reuters journalists in the Iztapalapa district, Mexico City, July 31, 2008. Under the rule of the ancient Aztecs, Mexico City was a maze of canals and floating gardens that grew corn and beans to feed the masses. Hundreds of years later, the government of this concrete metropolis of 20 million people is promoting urban vegetable gardens as a way to ease the burden of soaring food prices faced by poor families. Over 20 urban vegetable patches have been planted since last year, some in areas formerly used to dump trash, and the city government wants to build at least 20 more. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO)
MEXICO-GARDENS/
RTR20IS0
July 31, 2008
Galdino Gonzalez, 56, shows tomatoes to Reuters journalists at an urban vegetable garden in the Iztapalapa...
Mexico City, Mexico
Galdino Gonzalez, 56, shows tomatoes to Reuters journalists at an urban vegetable garden in the Iztapalapa...
Galdino Gonzalez, 56, shows tomatoes to Reuters journalists at an urban vegetable garden in the Iztapalapa district, Mexico City, July 31, 2008. Under the rule of the ancient Aztecs, Mexico City was a maze of canals and floating gardens that grew corn and beans to feed the masses. Hundreds of years later, the government of this concrete metropolis of 20 million people is promoting urban vegetable gardens as a way to ease the burden of soaring food prices faced by poor families. Over 20 urban vegetable patches have been planted since last year, some in areas formerly used to dump trash, and the city government wants to build at least 20 more. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO)
MEXICO-FOODS/
RTX739H
June 18, 2008
Mexican President Felipe Calderon speaks to journalists during a news conference at the presidential...
Mexico City, Mexico
Mexican President Calderon speaks to journalists during a news conference in Mexico City
Mexican President Felipe Calderon speaks to journalists during a news conference at the presidential residence Los Pinos in Mexico City June 18, 2008. Mexico will freeze prices on some 150 basic foods, ranging from flour to cooking oil and beans and chillies, to ease the impact of rising global food costs on households and the economy, Calderon said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO)
MEXICO-FOODS/
RTX7391
June 18, 2008
Mexican President Felipe Calderon listens during a news conference at the presidential residence Los...
Mexico City, Mexico
Mexican President Calderon listens during a news conference in Mexico City
Mexican President Felipe Calderon listens during a news conference at the presidential residence Los Pinos in Mexico City June 18, 2008. Mexico will freeze prices on some 150 basic foods, ranging from flour to cooking oil and beans and chillies, to ease the impact of rising global food costs on households and the economy, Calderon said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO)
MEXICO-FOODS/
RTX738M
June 18, 2008
Mexican President Felipe Calderon (C) speaks to journalists beside members of the industry federation...
Mexico City, Mexico
Mexican President Calderon speaks to journalists during a news conference at the presidential residence...
Mexican President Felipe Calderon (C) speaks to journalists beside members of the industry federation Concamin during a news conference at the presidential residence Los Pinos in Mexico City June 18, 2008. Mexico will freeze prices on some 150 basic food items, ranging from flour to cooking oil and beans and chillies, to ease the impact of rising global food costs on households and the economy, Calderon said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO)
MEXICO-FOODS/
RTX735I
June 18, 2008
Mexican President Felipe Calderon speaks to journalists during a news conference at the presidential...
Mexico City, Mexico
Mexican President Calderon speaks to journalists during a news conference at the presidential residence...
Mexican President Felipe Calderon speaks to journalists during a news conference at the presidential residence Los Pinos in Mexico City June 18, 2008. Mexico will freeze prices on some 150 basic foods, ranging from flour to cooking oil and beans and chilies, to ease the impact of rising global food costs on households and the economy, Calderon said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO)
COFFEE-STARBUCKS/
RTR1TJW8
September 07, 2007
Starbucks' chairman Howard Schultz speaks during an interview with Reuters in Mexico City, September...
Mexico City, Mexico
Starbucks' chairman Howard Schultz speaks during an interview with Reuters in Mexico City
Starbucks' chairman Howard Schultz speaks during an interview with Reuters in Mexico City, September 7, 2007. Schultz said on Friday a decade of finding sources for top quality coffee means Starbucks will have ample supplies in the future but competitors will struggle to find the beans they need. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO)
COFFEE-STARBUCKS/
RTR1TJW5
September 07, 2007
Starbucks's chairman Howard Schultz speaks during an interview with Reuters in Mexico City September...
Mexico City, Mexico
Starbucks's chairman Howard Schultz speaks during an interview with Reuters in Mexico City
Starbucks's chairman Howard Schultz speaks during an interview with Reuters in Mexico City September 7, 2007. Schultz said on Friday a decade of finding sources for top quality coffee means Starbucks will have ample supplies in the future but competitors will struggle to find the beans they need. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO)
COFFEE-STARBUCKS/
RTR1TJW3
September 07, 2007
Starbucks's chairman Howard Schultz speaks during an interview with Reuters in Mexico City September...
Mexico City, Mexico
Starbucks's chairman Howard Schultz speaks during an interview with Reuters in Mexico City
Starbucks's chairman Howard Schultz speaks during an interview with Reuters in Mexico City September 7, 2007. Schultz said on Friday, a decade of finding sources for top quality coffee means Starbucks will have ample supplies in the future but competitors will struggle to find the beans they need. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO)
COFFEE-STARBUCKS/
RTR1TJVZ
September 07, 2007
Starbucks's chairman Howard Schultz speaks during an interview with Reuters in Mexico City, September...
Mexico City, Mexico
Starbucks's chairman Howard Schultz speaks during with interview to Reuters in Mexico City
Starbucks's chairman Howard Schultz speaks during an interview with Reuters in Mexico City, September 7, 2007. Schultz said on Friday, a decade of finding sources for top quality coffee means Starbucks will have ample supplies in the future but competitors will struggle to find the beans they need. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO)
COFFEE-STARBUCKS/
RTR1TJVX
September 07, 2007
Starbucks' chairman Howard Schultz speaks during an interview with Reuters in Mexico City, September...
Mexico City, Mexico
Starbucks' chairman Howard Schultz speaks during an interview with Reuters in Mexico City
Starbucks' chairman Howard Schultz speaks during an interview with Reuters in Mexico City, September 7, 2007. Schultz said on Friday a decade of finding sources for top quality coffee means Starbucks will have ample supplies in the future but competitors will struggle to find the beans they need. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO)
FOODR MEXICO COFFEE
RTR1ATR4
November 10, 2005
Miguel Angel Gutierrez holds a handful of coffee beans on the Santa Fe coffee farm he co-owns in the...
La Esperanza, Mexico
Miguel Angel Gutierrez holds a handful of coffee beans in the La Esperanza zone of Chiapas Mexico
Miguel Angel Gutierrez holds a handful of coffee beans on the Santa Fe coffee farm he co-owns in the La Esperanza zone of Chiapas, Mexico, November 10, 2005. Santa Fe, like many coffee farms in Chiapas, lost part of their crop and infrastructure when Hurricane Stan dumped torrential rain on the state last month, causing flash floods and mudslides. Picture taken on November 10, 2005. REUTERS/Henry Romero
FOOD MEXICO COFFEE
RTR1ATM2
November 10, 2005
Farm workers rake coffee beans drying under the sun at the Santa Fe farm in the La Esperanza zone of...
La Esperanza, Mexico
Farm workers rake coffee beans at Santa Fe farm in La Esperanza zone of Chiapas
Farm workers rake coffee beans drying under the sun at the Santa Fe farm in the La Esperanza zone of Chiapas, Mexico, November 10, 2005. Santa Fe, like many coffee farms in Chiapas, lost part of its crop and infrastructure when Hurricane Stan dumped torrential rain on the state last month, causing flash floods and mudslides. Picture taken on November 10, 2005. REUTERS/Henry Romero
LIFE-MEXICO-AIRPORT
RTR639
January 04, 2002
Two paintings of Mexican revolutionary leader Emiliiano Zapata and
Rebel leader Commander Marcos (EZLN)...
San Salvador Atenco, Mexico
TO MATCH LIFE-MEXICO-AIRPORT.
Two paintings of Mexican revolutionary leader Emiliiano Zapata and
Rebel leader Commander Marcos (EZLN) hang over the central square of
the central Mexican town of San Salvador Atenco, where residents are
bracing to battle the government over a new airport that would be built
on their farmland January 4, 2002. The town's inhabitants, armed with
machetes, say they will reject the government's offer to buy the land,
where corn, wheat and beans are grown, and they plan to fight to the
death to keep their fields. REUTERS/Henry Romero TO GO WITH
LIFE-MEXICO-AIRPORT

HR
LIFE-MEXICO-AIRPORT
RTR62Z
January 04, 2002
Three cannons from Mexico's revolution rest in the main square of the
central Mexican town of San Salvador...
San Salvador Atenco, Mexico
TO MATCH LIFE-MEXICO-AIRPORT.
Three cannons from Mexico's revolution rest in the main square of the
central Mexican town of San Salvador Atenco in this photo taken January
4, 2002, where residents are bracing to battle the government over a
new airport that would be built on their farmland. The town's
inhabitants, armed with machetes, say they will reject the government's
offer to buy the land, where corn, wheat and beans are grown, and they
plan to fight to the death to keep their fields. REUTERS/Henry Romero
TO GO LIFE-MEXICO-AIRPORT

HR/MMR
LIFE-MEXICO-AIRPORT
RTR62U
January 04, 2002
Jose Romero, a local resident resident speaks during an interview with
Reuters January 4, 2002, outside...
San Salvador Atenco, Mexico
TO MATCH STORY LIFE-MEXICO-AIRPORT.
Jose Romero, a local resident resident speaks during an interview with
Reuters January 4, 2002, outside the town of San Salvador Atenco where
residents are bracing to battle the government over a new airport that
would be built on their farmland. The town's inhabitants, armed with
machetes, say they will reject the government's offer to buy the land,
where corn, wheat and beans are grown, and they plan to fight to the
death to keep their fields. REUTERS/Henry Romero TO GO WITH
LIFE-MEXICO-AIRPORT

HR/MMR
LIFE MEXICO AIRPORT
RTR61V
January 04, 2002
A Resident sweeps in front of two cannons from Mexico's revolution in
the main square of the central...
San Salvador Atenco, Mexico
TO MATCH STORY LIFE MEXICO AIRPORT.
A Resident sweeps in front of two cannons from Mexico's revolution in
the main square of the central Mexican town of San Salvador Atenco, in
this January 4, 2002 photo, where residents are bracing to battle the
government over a new airport that would be built on their farmland.
The town's inhabitants, armed with machetes, say they will reject the
government's offer to buy the land, where corn, wheat and beans are
grown, and they plan to fight to the death to keep their fields.
REUTERS/Henry Romero TO GO WITH LIFE-MEXIC-AIRPORT

HR/MMR
MEXICO FARMERS
RTR3WB
January 04, 2002
A local resident sweeps in front of two cannons from Mexico's
revolution in the central square of the...
Mexico City, Mexico
A RESIDENT SWEEPS IN FRONT OF LA CENTRAL SQUARE TOWN OF SAN SALVADOR DE
ATENCO.
A local resident sweeps in front of two cannons from Mexico's
revolution in the central square of the central Mexican town of San
Salvador de Atenco, where residents are bracing to battle the
government over a new airport that would be built on their farmland
January 4, 2002. The town's inhabitants, armed with machetes, say they
will reject the government's offer to buy the land, where corn, wheat
and beans are grown and they plan to fight to the death to keep their
fields. REUTERS/Henry Romero

HR
MEXICO FARMERS
RTR3W5
January 04, 2002
A PAINTING OF MEXICAN REVOLUTIONARY LEADER ZAPATA HANG OVER THE CENTRAL
SQUARE TOWN OF SAN SALVADOR...
Mexico City, Mexico
A PAINTING OF MEXICAN REVOLUTIONARY LEADER ZAPATA HANG OVER THE CENTRAL
SQUARE TOWN OF SAN SALVADOR...
A PAINTING OF MEXICAN REVOLUTIONARY LEADER ZAPATA HANG OVER THE CENTRAL
SQUARE TOWN OF SAN SALVADOR DE ATENCO.


A painting of Mexican revolutionary leader Emiliiano Zapata hangs over
the central square of the central Mexican town of San Salvador de
Atenco, where residents are bracing to battle the government over a new
airport that would be built on their farmland January 4, 2002. The
town's inhabitants, armed with machetes, say they will reject the
government's offer to buy the land, where corn, wheat and beans are
grown and they plan to fight to the death to keep their fields.
REUTERS/Henry Romero
RUSSIA
RTRK81L
June 30, 2001
American film director Henry Bean speaks during the closing ceremony of the 23rd Moscow International...
Moscow, Russia
AMERICAN FILM DIRECTOR BEAN SPEAKS AT MOSCOW FILM FESTIVAL.
American film director Henry Bean speaks during the closing ceremony of the 23rd Moscow International Film Festival, June 30, 2001. Bean on Saturday received the prize for the best movie for his film The Believer.

CVI/CRB
LEISURE SUNDANCE
RTRDLGY
January 27, 2001
Actress Joan Chen and director Darren Aronofsky, members of the dramatic competition jury at the Sundance...
Park City, USA
JUROR JOAN CHEN AT SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL AWARDS CEREMONY.
Actress Joan Chen and director Darren Aronofsky, members of the dramatic competition jury at the Sundance Film Festival pose prior to the awards ceremony at the festival honoring independent films January 27, 2001 in Park City, Utah. The jury awarded the Dramatic Grand Jury Prize to the film " The Believer" by director Henry Bean.

FSP
LEISURE SUNDANCE
RTRDLF0
January 27, 2001
Henry Bean, the writer and director of the film "The Believer," accepts the Dramatic Grand Jury Prize...
Park City, USA
DIRECTOR HENRY BEAN WINS DRAMATIC GRAND JURY PRIZE AT SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL.
Henry Bean, the writer and director of the film "The Believer," accepts the Dramatic Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival for his film January 27, 2001 in Park City, Utah during the awards ceremony. The film recounts the story of a student who becomes involved in a neofascist movement.

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LEISURE SUNDANCE
RTRDLEL
January 27, 2001
Henry Bean, the writer and director of the film "The Believer," poses with the Dramatic Grand Jury Prize...
Park City, USA
DIRECTOR HENRY BEAN WINS DRAMATIC GRAND JURY PRIZE AT SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL.
Henry Bean, the writer and director of the film "The Believer," poses with the Dramatic Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival for his film January 27, 2001 in Park City, Utah. The film recounts the story of a student who becomes involved in a neofascist movement.

FSP/SV
LEISURE SUNDANCE
RTRDLEH
January 27, 2001
Henry Bean (R), the writer and director of the film "The Believer," and producer Chris Roberts pose after...
Park City, USA
DIRECTOR HENRY BEAN WINS DRAMATIC GRAND JURY PRIZE AT SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL.
Henry Bean (R), the writer and director of the film "The Believer," and producer Chris Roberts pose after their film won the Dramatic Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival January 27, 2001 in Park City, Utah during the awards ceremony. The film recounts the story of a student who becomes involved in a neofascist movement.

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