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USA-DAILYLIFE/
RTS2SULW
October 25, 2019
Visitors are seen on a rebuilt railroad coach, that had racially segregated sections of reclining seats...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Visitors are seen on a rebuilt railroad coach, that had racially segregated sections of reclining seats...
Visitors are seen on a rebuilt railroad coach, that had racially segregated sections of reclining seats and rest rooms, at the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, U.S., October 25, 2019. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko
USA-POLICE/DALLAS-POVERTY
RTX2KWS9
August 15, 2016
Dallas is segregated racially and financially, with southern areas of the city seeing larger numbers...
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Dallas is segregated racially and financially, with southern areas of the city seeing larger numbers of non-white citizens and lower median household incomes.
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/BUSES
RTX1DTRY
May 20, 2015
Palestinian labourers with permits to work in Israel step off a minibus as they return to the West Bank...
EYAL, Israel
Palestinian labourers step off a minibus as they return to the West Bank at Israel's Eyal checkpoint...
Palestinian labourers with permits to work in Israel step off a minibus as they return to the West Bank at Israel's Eyal checkpoint near the West Bank town of Qalqilya May 20, 2015. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu suspended on Wednesday new bus travel and checkpoint regulations for Palestinian labourers only hours after they were imposed to an outcry by critics accusing Israel of racial segregation. REUTERS/Baz Ratner
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/BUSES
RTX1DTRU
May 20, 2015
Palestinian labourers with permits to work in Israel step off a minibus as they return to the West Bank...
EYAL, Israel
Palestinian labourers step off a minibus as they return to the West Bank at Israel's Eyal checkpoint...
Palestinian labourers with permits to work in Israel step off a minibus as they return to the West Bank at Israel's Eyal checkpoint near the West Bank town of Qalqilya May 20, 2015. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu suspended on Wednesday new bus travel and checkpoint regulations for Palestinian labourers only hours after they were imposed to an outcry by critics accusing Israel of racial segregation. REUTERS/Baz Ratner
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/BUSES
RTX1DTRQ
May 20, 2015
A Palestinian labourer with a permit to work in Israel prays as he waits for transport to return to the...
EYAL, Israel
A Palestinian labourer waits for transport to return to the West Bank at Israel's Eyal checkpoint near...
A Palestinian labourer with a permit to work in Israel prays as he waits for transport to return to the West Bank at Israel's Eyal checkpoint near the West Bank town of Qalqilya May 20, 2015. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu suspended on Wednesday new bus travel and checkpoint regulations for Palestinian labourers only hours after they were imposed to an outcry by critics accusing Israel of racial segregation. REUTERS/Baz Ratner
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/BUSES
RTX1DTRO
May 20, 2015
Palestinian labourers with permits to work in Israel walk through a turnstile as they return to the West...
EYAL, Israel
Palestinian labourers return to the West Bank at Israel's Eyal checkpoint near Qalqilya
Palestinian labourers with permits to work in Israel walk through a turnstile as they return to the West Bank at Israel's Eyal checkpoint near the West Bank town of Qalqilya May 20, 2015. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu suspended on Wednesday new bus travel and checkpoint regulations for Palestinian labourers only hours after they were imposed to an outcry by critics accusing Israel of racial segregation. REUTERS/Baz Ratner
USA-SOUTH CAROLINA/FRIENDSHIP NINE
RTR4NB2S
January 28, 2015
Five members of the Friendship 9 (L-R) Willie Thomas Massey, Willie, E. McCleod, James F. Wells, Clarence...
ROCK HILL, UNITED STATES
File photo of members of the Friendship 9, a group of black men who in 1961 were arrested for sitting...
Five members of the Friendship 9 (L-R) Willie Thomas Massey, Willie, E. McCleod, James F. Wells, Clarence Graham and David Williamson, Jr. sit at the lunch counter at Five & Dine diner in Rock Hill, South Carolina, December 17, 2014. Black civil rights protesters who helped reinvigorate the 1960s U.S. sit-in movement against segregated lunch counters will appear in a South Carolina court on Wednesday to be celebrated instead of criminalized for standing up to racial injustice. Picture taken December 17, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Miczek (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
MANDELA/
RTX169PP
December 08, 2013
Father Michael Lapsley, an Anglican clergyman and himself a victim of apartheid who lost both his hands...
Cape Town, South Africa
Father Michael Lapsley holds a prayer sheet while attending a special Sunday morning service dedicated...
Father Michael Lapsley, an Anglican clergyman and himself a victim of apartheid who lost both his hands and one eye in a letter bomb in 1990, holds a prayer sheet with the image of Nelson Mandela as he prays along with others attending a special Sunday morning service dedicated to Nelson Mandela at St. George's Cathedral in Cape Town December 8, 2013. South African anti-apartheid hero Mandela died aged 95 at his Johannesburg home on December 5 after a prolonged lung infection. REUTERS/Mark Wessels (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: OBITUARY POLITICS SOCIETY RELIGION)
KENNEDY/EGYPT
RTR2MSO6
May 23, 2011
2011 Profiles in Courage Award recipients Elizabeth Redenbaugh, a New Hanover County North Carolina School...
Boston, UNITED STATES
2011 Profiles in Courage Award recipients Elizabeth Redenbaugh and Wael Ghonim pose with their award...
2011 Profiles in Courage Award recipients Elizabeth Redenbaugh, a New Hanover County North Carolina School Board member who stood up against what she perceived as racial segregation in school redistricting plans (C), and Wael Ghonim (R), representing the people of Egypt for their popular uprising demanding democratic reforms, pose with their award with Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg at the John F. Kennedy Library in Boston, Massachusetts May 23, 2011. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
KENNEDY/EGYPT
RTR2MSN7
May 23, 2011
Elizabeth Redenbaugh, a New Hanover County North Carolina School Board member who stood up against what...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Elizabeth Redenbaugh accepts a 2011 Profile in Courage award from Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg during...
Elizabeth Redenbaugh, a New Hanover County North Carolina School Board member who stood up against what she perceived as racial segregation in school redistricting plans, accepts a 2011 Profile in Courage award from Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg (R) during the Profiles in Courage Awards ceremony at the John F. Kennedy Library in Boston, Massachusetts May 23, 2011. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
SOUTHAFRICA/
RTR2FG3P
June 20, 2010
A boy sits in a park surrounded by razor wire in Pretoria June 20, 2010. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (SOUTH...
Pretoria, South Africa
A boy sits in a park surrounded by razor wire in Pretoria
A boy sits in a park surrounded by razor wire in Pretoria June 20, 2010. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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USA-RIGHTS/
RTR23BM6
January 12, 2009
Amelia Boynton Robinson, 97, an Alabama activist, is photographed while speaking to visitors at a National...
TUSKEGEE, UNITED STATES
Amelia Boynton Robinson while speaking to visitors at a National Parks Service facility in Tuskegee Alabam...
Amelia Boynton Robinson, 97, an Alabama activist, is photographed while speaking to visitors at a National Parks Service facility in Tuskegee, Alabama, January 9, 2009. Robinson, who was jailed, beaten and often risked her life to push for voting rights in the racially segregated South said she is still fighting for equal treatment of all. Barack Obama's election as the first black U.S. president has rekindled interest in the U.S. civil rights struggles of the 1950s and 1960s at a time of continuing wide disparities in income, education and health care between whites and minority groups. Picture taken January 9, 2009. REUTERS/Andrea Shalal-Esa (UNITED STATES)
USA-RIGHTS/
RTR23BM5
January 12, 2009
Amelia Boynton Robinson, 97, an Alabama activist, speaks to visitors at a National Parks Service facility...
TUSKEGEE, UNITED STATES
Amelia Boynton Robinson while speaking to visitors at a National Parks Service facility in Tuskegee Alabam...
Amelia Boynton Robinson, 97, an Alabama activist, speaks to visitors at a National Parks Service facility in Tuskegee, Alabama, January 9, 2009. Robinson, who was jailed, beaten and often risked her life to push for voting rights in the racially segregated South said she is still fighting for equal treatment of all. Barack Obama's election as the first black U.S. president has rekindled interest in the U.S. civil rights struggles of the 1950s and 1960s at a time of continuing wide disparities in income, education and health care between whites and minority groups. Picture taken January 9, 2009.
REUTERS/Andrea Shalal-Esa (UNITED STATES)
USA-RIGHTS/
RTR23BM2
January 12, 2009
Amelia Boynton Robinson, 97, an Alabama activist, speaks to visitors at a National Parks Service facility...
TUSKEGEE, UNITED STATES
Amelia Boynton Robinson while speaking to visitors at a National Parks Service facility in Tuskegee Alabam...
Amelia Boynton Robinson, 97, an Alabama activist, speaks to visitors at a National Parks Service facility as Bernard LaFayett (R) looks on in Tuskegee, Alabama, January 9, 2009. Robinson, who was jailed, beaten and often risked her life to push for voting rights in the racially segregated South said she is still fighting for equal treatment of all. Barack Obama's election as the first black U.S. president has rekindled interest in the U.S. civil rights struggles of the 1950s and 1960s at a time of continuing wide disparities in income, education and health care between whites and minority groups. Picture taken January 9, 2009. REUTERS/Andrea Shalal-Esa (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTXAP8R
November 18, 2008
Courthouse workers look out the window as a member of the New Black Panthers addresses a rally outside...
Paris, UNITED STATES
Courthouse workers look out the window as a member of the New Black Panthers addresses a rally outside...
Courthouse workers look out the window as a member of the New Black Panthers addresses a rally outside the Lamar County Courthouse in Paris, Texas November 17, 2008. Protesters gathered to show support for the mother of Brandon McClelland, who was run over and dragged beneath a pickup truck in East Texas, at an organized event to draw attention to what they describe as a racially charged death reminiscent of the death of James Byrd ten years ago. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES)
CZECH-RIOTS/
RTXAP10
November 17, 2008
A riot policeman kicks a smoke grenade at ultra-right wing protesters after some 500 of them clashed...
Litvinov, Czech Republic
A riot policeman kicks a smoke grenade at ultra-right wing protesters in Litvinov
A riot policeman kicks a smoke grenade at ultra-right wing protesters after some 500 of them clashed with police as they tried to reach a Roma settlement during their demonstration against "positive discrimination" in the north Bohemian town of Litvinov November 17, 2008. REUTERS/Petr Josek (CZECH REPUBLIC)
MALAYSIA-EDUCATION/
RTX8SCB
September 22, 2008
Malaysian students walk in a hallway during their semester break at Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM)...
Shah Alam, Malaysia
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Malaysian students walk in a hallway during their semester break at Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM) in Shah Alam, outside Kuala Lumpur, August 23, 2008. UiTM accepts only ethnic Malay students as part of an affirmative action policy that Malaysia adopted in 1971 to help the economically disadvantaged Malay majority compete against the Chinese and Indian minorities. Yet that policy of affirmative action is now under fire by government critics who say the lack of competition and preferential treatment towards Malays has hurt the country's economic competitiveness in the region. Photo taken on August 23, 2008. To match feature MALAYSIA-EDUCATION/ REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA)
MEMPHIS-KING-ANNIVERSARY/
RTR1Z4I5
April 05, 2008
A man watches the "Recommitment March" to the Lorraine Motel, now the National Civil Rights Museum in...
Memphis, UNITED STATES
Man at march marking 40th anniversary of death of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in Memphis
A man watches the "Recommitment March" to the Lorraine Motel, now the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis, Tennessee, April 4th, 2008, marking the 40th anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King there in 1968. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES)
MEMPHIS-KING-ANNIVERSARY/
RTR1Z4I2
April 05, 2008
People join hands at the Lorraine Motel, now the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis, Tennessee,...
Memphis, UNITED STATES
People hold hands at Lorraine Motel on 40th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King's assassination in...
People join hands at the Lorraine Motel, now the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis, Tennessee, April 4, 2008, during the singing of "We Shall Overcome" at a ceremony marking the 40th anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King there in 1968. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES)
MEMPHIS-KING-ANNIVERSARY/
RTR1Z4HG
April 05, 2008
A woman holds a bust of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. as she marches with thousands of others on Main Street...
Memphis, UNITED STATES
Woman holds Martin Luther King Jr. bust in March to Lorraine Motel on 40th anniversary of King's assassination...
A woman holds a bust of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. as she marches with thousands of others on Main Street in Memphis, Tennessee, April 4, 2008 in the "Recommitment March" to the Lorraine Motel, now the National Civil Rights Museum, marking the 40th anniversary of when King assassinated there in 1968. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES)
MEMPHIS-KING-ANNIVERSARY/
RTR1Z4GF
April 04, 2008
Children of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Bernice (L) and Martin Luther King III release a dove from...
Memphis, UNITED STATES
Children of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. release dove at Lorraine Motel site of assassination of King on...
Children of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Bernice (L) and Martin Luther King III release a dove from the balcony of the Lorraine Motel, now the National Civil Rights Museum, where their father was assassinated in 1968 in Memphis, April 4, 2008. April 4th marks the 40th anniversary of the assassination of the civil rights leader. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES)
MEMPHIS-KING-ANNIVERSARY/
RTR1Z4DG
April 03, 2008
Flowers lie on the plaque that lays at Lorraine Motel, now part of the National Civil Rights Museum,...
Memphis, UNITED STATES
Flowers on plaque at Lorraine Motel site of assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King on 40th anniversary...
Flowers lie on the plaque that lays at Lorraine Motel, now part of the National Civil Rights Museum, where Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated in 1968 in Memphis, April 4, 2008. April 4th marks the 40th anniversary of the assassination of the civil rights leader who was shot as he stood on the balcony of the Lorraine Motel. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES)
USA-SEGREGATION/
RTR1S7UY
July 25, 2007
Quantae Williams, 17, stacks boxes of clothing during his summer job at the Jefferson County Parent Teacher...
Louisville, UNITED STATES
To match feature USA-SEGREGRATION/
Quantae Williams, 17, stacks boxes of clothing during his summer job at the Jefferson County Parent Teacher Association in Louisville, Kentucky July 18, 2007. Williams Worries the decision by the U.S. Supreme Court striking down a racial diversity program will mean schools will become more segregated. Photo taken on July 18, 2007. To match feature USA-SEGREGRATION/ REUTERS/Andrea Hopkins (UNITED STATES)
USA-SEGREGATION/
RTR1S7UX
July 25, 2007
Quantae Williams (L), 17, and Paige Priddy, 13, pack childrens clothing at the Jefferson County Parent...
Louisville, UNITED STATES
To match feature USA-SEGREGRATION/
Quantae Williams (L), 17, and Paige Priddy, 13, pack childrens clothing at the Jefferson County Parent Teacher Association in Louisville, Kentucky on July 18, 2007. Both enjoy attending mixed-race schools and worry the decision by the U.S. Supreme Court striking down a racial diversity program will mean schools will become more segregated. Photo taken on July 18, 2007. To match feature USA-SEGREGRATION/ REUTERS/Andrea Hopkins (UNITED STATES)
USA-RACE/MOCKINGBIRD
RTR1QQKM
June 12, 2007
Mary Tucker, who was a teacher in both segregated and integrated schools reminisces about race relations...
Monroeville, UNITED STATES
To match feature USA-RACE/MOCKINGBIRD
Mary Tucker, who was a teacher in both segregated and integrated schools reminisces about race relations as she is pictured in Monroeville, Alabama in this May 17, 2007 file photo. Thousands of tourists come each spring to watch a stage adaptation of the book "To Kill A Mockingbird" performed by unpaid local actors at old courthouse. When Lee wrote "To Kill A Mockingbird", a novel about racial injustice in a southern town, she could not have known it would be hailed as a classic and enable her home town to learn from its own history. Historians have discovered that Lee may have based her story on an actual rape trial in the Monroeville courtroom similar to the one described in the book. To match feature USA-RACE/MOCKINGBIRD REUTERS/Tami Chappell/Files (UNITED STATES)
USA-AIRMEN/TUSKEGEE
RTR1O12H
March 28, 2007
(Front L-R) Retired Tuskegee Airmen including Carrol Woods, Ray Williams and Vernon Sport listen during...
Atlanta, UNITED STATES
Retired Tuskegee Airmen listen during a ceremony before leaving the airport in Atlanta
(Front L-R) Retired Tuskegee Airmen including Carrol Woods, Ray Williams and Vernon Sport listen during a ceremony prior to leaving the airport in Atlanta, Georgia March 28, 2007. The first black U.S. Air Force unit will finally receive national recognition this week for fighting a double war -- one against the Nazis abroad, the other against racial segregation at home. REUTERS/Tami Chappell (UNITED STATES)
USA-AIRMEN/TUSKEGEE
RTR1O126
March 28, 2007
Retired Tuskegee Airmen Wilbur Mason (L) and R. Val Archer attend a ceremony before leaving the airport...
Atlanta, UNITED STATES
Retired Tuskegee Airmen Mason and Val Archer attend a ceremony prior to leaving the airport in Atlanta...
Retired Tuskegee Airmen Wilbur Mason (L) and R. Val Archer attend a ceremony before leaving the airport in Atlanta, Georgia March 28, 2007. The first black U.S. Air Force unit will finally receive national recognition this week for fighting a double war -- one against the Nazis abroad, the other against racial segregation at home. REUTERS/Tami Chappell (UNITED STATES)
USA-AIRMEN/TUSKEGEE
RTR1O124
March 28, 2007
Retired Tuskegee Airman Norris Connally (L) chats with fellow airman Rudolph Berthoud before leaving...
Atlanta, UNITED STATES
Retired Tuskegee Airman Connally chats with fellow airman Berthoud before leaving the airport in Atlanta...
Retired Tuskegee Airman Norris Connally (L) chats with fellow airman Rudolph Berthoud before leaving the airport in Atlanta, Georgia March 28, 2007. The first black U.S. Air Force unit will finally receive national recognition this week for fighting a double war -- one against the Nazis abroad, the other against racial segregation at home. REUTERS/Tami Chappell (UNITED STATES)
USA-AIRMEN/TUSKEGEE
RTR1O121
March 28, 2007
Retired Tuskegee Airman Air Force Lt. Colonel Charles Dryden (L) speaks with Delta pilot William Davis,...
Atlanta, UNITED STATES
Retired Tuskegee Airman Air Force Lt. Colonel Dryden speaks with Delta pilot Davis before leaving the...
Retired Tuskegee Airman Air Force Lt. Colonel Charles Dryden (L) speaks with Delta pilot William Davis, who is a member of the Organization of Black Airline Pilots, before leaving the airport in Atlanta, Georgia March 28, 2007. The first black U.S. Air Force unit will finally receive national recognition this week for fighting a double war -- one against the Nazis abroad, the other against racial segregation at home. REUTERS/Tami Chappell (UNITED STATES)
USA-AIRMEN/TUSKEGEE
RTR1O11X
March 28, 2007
Retired Tuskegee Airman Air Force Lt. Colonel Charles Dryden speaks during a ceremony prior to leaving...
Atlanta, UNITED STATES
Retired Tuskegee Airman Air Force Lt. Colonel Dryden speaks during a ceremony prior to leaving the airport...
Retired Tuskegee Airman Air Force Lt. Colonel Charles Dryden speaks during a ceremony prior to leaving the airport in Atlanta, Georgia March 28, 2007. The first black U.S. Air Force unit will finally receive national recognition this week for fighting a double war -- one against the Nazis abroad, the other against racial segregation at home. REUTERS/Tami Chappell (UNITED STATES)
SAFRICA-HUMAN RIGHTS/IONS LEAGUE/
RTR1NQ5N
March 21, 2007
A protester holding a placard stands behind a Zimbabwean flag during a march in Johannesburg March 21,2007....
Johannesburg, South Africa
Protester holding a placard stands behind a Zimbabwean flag during a march in Johannesburg
A protester holding a placard stands behind a Zimbabwean flag during a march in Johannesburg March 21,2007. Scores of demonstrators marched through the city's downtown on South Africa's Human Rights Day, marking the 47th anniversary of the Sharpeville Massacre in which 69 anti-apartheid activists were killed. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA AIRPORT NAME-CHANGE
RTR1IQNK
October 27, 2006
Former South African president Nelson Mandela (L) congratulates Adelaide Tambo, widow of the late Oliver...
Johannesburg, South Africa
Former South African president Nelson Mandela congratulates Adelaide Tambo in Johannesburg
Former South African president Nelson Mandela (L) congratulates Adelaide Tambo, widow of the late Oliver Tambo, during the renaming ceremony of the Johannesburg international airport to O.R Tambo international airport in Johannesburg, South Africa, October 27, 2006. Oliver Reginald Tambo was president of the African National Congress at the height of the anti-apartheid struggle in South Africa. The ceremony coincided with his birthday on October 27. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
PEOPLE PARKS
RTR19Z7Y
November 02, 2005
A Michigan National Guard pall bearer stands near the flag-draped casket containing the body of civil...
Detroit, USA
Michigan National Guard stands near casket carrying civil rights icon Rosa Parks in Detroit
A Michigan National Guard pall bearer stands near the flag-draped casket containing the body of civil rights icon Rosa Parks as a funeral director (bottom) secures it in the carriage after her funeral ceremony in Detroit, Michigan November 2, 2005. Parks' refusal to give up her seat on a Montgomery, Alabama bus to a white man 50 years ago helped break racial segregation in America. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook
PEOPLE PARKS
RTR19YRJ
November 02, 2005
Victoria Hitchcock shouts out "Thank you Rosa" as a procession for U.S. civil rights activist Rosa Parks...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
Victoria Hitchcock shouts out as procession for US civil rights activist Rosa Parks takes her body to...
Victoria Hitchcock shouts out "Thank you Rosa" as a procession for U.S. civil rights activist Rosa Parks takes her body to a cemetery after her funeral in Detroit, Michigan November 2, 2005. Parks' refusal to give up her seat on a Montgomery, Alabama bus to a white man 50 years ago helped break racial segregation in America. REUTERS/John Gress
PEOPLE PARKS
RTR19YRD
November 02, 2005
A horse-drawn hearse carries the flag-draped coffin of U.S. civil rights activist Rosa Parks after her...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
Horse-drawn hearse carries flag-draped coffin of US civil rights activist Rosa Parks after her funeral...
A horse-drawn hearse carries the flag-draped coffin of U.S. civil rights activist Rosa Parks after her funeral in Detroit, Michigan November 2, 2005. Parks' refusal to give up her seat on a Montgomery, Alabama bus to a white man 50 years ago helped break racial segregation in America. REUTERS/John Gress
PEOPLE PARKS
RTR19YR3
November 02, 2005
Reverend Jesse Jackson Sr. speaks at a funeral for civil rights activist Rosa Parks in Detroit, Michigan...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
Reverend Jesse Jackson Sr speaks at funeral for civil rights activist Rosa Parks in Detroit
Reverend Jesse Jackson Sr. speaks at a funeral for civil rights activist Rosa Parks in Detroit, Michigan November 2, 2005. Parks' refusal to give up her seat on a Montgomery, Alabama bus to a white man 50 years ago helped break racial segregation in America. REUTERS/John Gress
PEOPLE PARKS
RTR19YPW
November 02, 2005
An honor guard carries the flag-draped coffin of U.S. civil rights activist Rosa Parks after her funeral...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
Honor guard carries flag-draped coffin of civil rights activist Rosa Parks after her funeral in Detroit...
An honor guard carries the flag-draped coffin of U.S. civil rights activist Rosa Parks after her funeral in Detroit, Michigan November 2, 2005. Parks' refusal to give up her seat on a Montgomery, Alabama bus to a white man 50 years ago helped break racial segregation in America. REUTERS/John Gress
PEOPLE PARKS
RTR19YPK
November 02, 2005
An honor guard carries the flag-draped coffin of United States civil rights activist Rosa Parks after...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
An honor guard carries the flag-draped coffin of civil rights activist Rosa Parks after her funeral in...
An honor guard carries the flag-draped coffin of United States civil rights activist Rosa Parks after her funeral in Detroit, Michigan, November 2, 2005. Parks' refusal to give up her seat on a Montgomery, Alabama bus to a white man 50 years ago helped break racial segregation in America. REUTERS/John Gress
PEOPLE PARKS
RTR19YOR
November 02, 2005
An honor guard carries the flag-draped coffin of United States civil rights activist Rosa Parks after...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
An honor guard carries the flag-draped coffin of civil rights activist Rosa Parks after her funeral in...
An honor guard carries the flag-draped coffin of United States civil rights activist Rosa Parks after her funeral in Detroit, Michigan, November 2, 2005. Parks' refusal to give up her seat on a Montgomery, Alabama bus to a white man 50 years ago helped break racial segregation in America. REUTERS/John Gress
PEOPLE PARKS
RTR19YMO
November 02, 2005
Reverend Jesse Jackson Sr. speaks at a funeral for civil rights activist Rosa Parks in Detroit, Michigan,...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
Reverend Jesse Jackson Sr speaks at a funeral for civil rights activist Rosa Parks in Detroit
Reverend Jesse Jackson Sr. speaks at a funeral for civil rights activist Rosa Parks in Detroit, Michigan, November 2, 2005. Parks' refusal to give up her seat on a Montgomery, Alabama bus to a white man 50 years ago helped break racial segregation in America. REUTERS/John Gress
PEOPLE PARKS
RTR19YLU
November 02, 2005
Reverend Jesse Jackson Sr. speaks at a funeral for civil rights activist Rosa Parks in Detroit, Michigan,...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
Reverend Jesse Jackson Sr speaks at a funeral for civil rights activist Rosa Parks in Detroit
Reverend Jesse Jackson Sr. speaks at a funeral for civil rights activist Rosa Parks in Detroit, Michigan, November 2, 2005. Parks' refusal to give up her seat on a Montgomery, Alabama bus to a white man 50 years ago helped break racial segregation in America. REUTERS/John Gress
PEOPLE PARKS
RTR19YGY
November 02, 2005
Reverend Al Sharpton speaks at a funeral for civil rights activist Rosa Parks in Detroit, Michigan, November...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
Reverend Al Sharpton speaks at funeral for civil rights activist Rosa Parks in Detroit
Reverend Al Sharpton speaks at a funeral for civil rights activist Rosa Parks in Detroit, Michigan, November 2, 2005. Parks' refusal to give up her seat on a Montgomery, Alabama bus to a white man 50 years ago helped break racial segregation in America. REUTERS/John Gress
PEOPLE PARKS
RTR19YGL
November 02, 2005
Minister Louis Farrakhan, leader of the Nation of Islam, speaks at a funeral for civil rights activist...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
Minister Louis Farrakhan speaks at funeral for civil rights activist Rosa Parks in Detroit
Minister Louis Farrakhan, leader of the Nation of Islam, speaks at a funeral for civil rights activist Rosa Parks in Detroit, Michigan, November 2, 2005. Parks' refusal to give up her seat on a Montgomery, Alabama bus to a white man 50 years ago helped break racial segregation in America. REUTERS/John Gress
PEOPLE PARKS
RTR19YBO
November 02, 2005
Bishop T.D. Jakes speaks at a funeral for civil rights activist Rosa Parks in Detroit, Michigan, November...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
Bishop TD Jakes speaks at funeral for civil rights activist Rosa Parks in Detroit
Bishop T.D. Jakes speaks at a funeral for civil rights activist Rosa Parks in Detroit, Michigan, November 2, 2005. Parks' refusal to give up her seat on a Montgomery, Alabama bus to a white man 50 years ago helped break racial segregation in America. REUTERS/John Gress
PEOPLE-PARKS/
RTR19YA2
November 02, 2005
Aretha Franklin sings at a funeral for civil rights activist Rosa Parks in Detroit, Michigan, November...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
Aretha Franklin sings at funeral for civil rights activist Rosa Parks in Detroit
Aretha Franklin sings at a funeral for civil rights activist Rosa Parks in Detroit, Michigan, November 2, 2005. Parks' refusal to give up her seat on a Montgomery, Alabama bus to a white man 50 years ago helped break racial segregation in America. REUTERS/John Gress
PEOPLE PARKS
RTR19Y7W
November 02, 2005
Mourner Gregory Eaton looks at the funeral program for civil rights activist Rosa Parks during her funeral...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
Gregory Eaton looks at the funeral program for civil rights activist Rosa Parks during her funeral in...
Mourner Gregory Eaton looks at the funeral program for civil rights activist Rosa Parks during her funeral in Detroit, Michigan, November 2, 2005. Parks' refusal to give up her seat on a Montgomery, Alabama, bus to a white man 50 years ago helped break racial segregation in the United States. REUTERS/John Gress Pictures of the Month November 2005
PEOPLE PARKS
RTR19Y6S
November 02, 2005
U.S. Senator Barack Obama (D-IL) pauses as he speaks at a funeral for civil rights activist Rosa Parks...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
US Senator Barack Obama pauses as he speaks at funeral for civil rights activist Rosa Parks in Detroit...
U.S. Senator Barack Obama (D-IL) pauses as he speaks at a funeral for civil rights activist Rosa Parks in Detroit, Michigan, November 2, 2005. Parks' refusal to give up her seat on a Montgomery, Alabama bus to a white man 50 years ago helped break racial segregation in America. REUTERS/John Gress
PEOPLE PARKS
RTR19Y5T
November 02, 2005
Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm speaks at a funeral for civil rights activist Rosa Parks in Detroit,...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm speaks at a funeral for civil rights activist Rosa Parks in Detroit...
Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm speaks at a funeral for civil rights activist Rosa Parks in Detroit, Michigan, November 2, 2005. Parks' refusal to give up her seat on a Montgomery, Alabama, bus to a white man 50 years ago helped break racial segregation in the United States. REUTERS/John Gress
PEOPLE PARKS
RTR19XWW
November 02, 2005
Former United States President Bill Clinton pauses as he speaks at a funeral for civil rights activist...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
Former US President Clinton pauses as he speaks at funeral for Rosa Parks in Detroit
Former United States President Bill Clinton pauses as he speaks at a funeral for civil rights activist Rosa Parks in Detroit, Michigan November 2, 2005. Parks' refusal to give up her seat on a Montgomery, Alabama bus to a white man 50 years ago helped break racial segregation in America. REUTERS/John Gress
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November 02, 2005
Former United States President Bill Clinton leans towards his wife, Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-NY),...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
Former United States President Bill Clinton leans towards his wife Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton at...
Former United States President Bill Clinton leans towards his wife, Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-NY), at a funeral for civil rights activist Rosa Parks in Detroit, Michigan November 2, 2005. Parks' refusal to give up her seat on a Montgomery, Alabama bus to a white man 50 years ago helped break racial segregation in America. REUTERS/John Gress
PEOPLE PARKS
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November 02, 2005
Former United States President Bill Clinton speaks during the funeral of civil rights activist Rosa Parks...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
Former United States President Bill Clinton speak at a funeral for civil rights Activist Rosa Parks in...
Former United States President Bill Clinton speaks during the funeral of civil rights activist Rosa Parks in Detroit, Michigan November 2, 2005. Parks' refusal to give up her seat on a Montgomery, Alabama bus to a white man 50 years ago helped break racial segregation in America. REUTERS/John Gress
PEOPLE PARKS
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November 02, 2005
U.S. Senator John Kerry (D-MA) speaks at a funeral for civil rights activist Rosa Parks in Detroit, Michigan,...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
US Senator John Kerry speaks at funeral for civil rights activist Rosa Parks in Detroit
U.S. Senator John Kerry (D-MA) speaks at a funeral for civil rights activist Rosa Parks in Detroit, Michigan, November 2, 2005. Parks' refusal to give up her seat on a Montgomery, Alabama bus to a white man 50 years ago helped break racial segregation in America. REUTERS/John Gress
PEOPLE PARKS
RTR19XNC
November 02, 2005
United States Representative John Conyers (D-MI) speaks at a funeral for civil rights activist Rosa Parks...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
United States Representative John Conyers speaks at a funeral for civil rights activist Rosa Parks in...
United States Representative John Conyers (D-MI) speaks at a funeral for civil rights activist Rosa Parks in Detroit, Michigan November 2, 2005. Parks' refusal to give up her seat on a Montgomery, Alabama bus to a white man 50 years ago helped break racial segregation in the U.S.. REUTERS/John Gress
PEOPLE PARKS
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November 02, 2005
Former United States President Bill Clinton pauses as he speaks at the funeral of civil rights activist...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
Former US President Clinton pauses as he speaks at funeral of Rosa Park in Detroit
Former United States President Bill Clinton pauses as he speaks at the funeral of civil rights activist Rosa Parks in Detroit, Michigan November 2, 2005. Parks' refusal to give up her seat on a Montgomery, Alabama bus to a white man 50 years ago helped break racial segregation in America. Parks died in Detroit on October 24 at the age of 92. REUTERS/John Gress
PEOPLE PARKS
RTR19WLK
November 02, 2005
Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm speaks at a funeral for civil rights activist Rosa Parks in Detroit,...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm speaks at funeral for Rosa Parks in Detroit
Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm speaks at a funeral for civil rights activist Rosa Parks in Detroit, Michigan, November 2, 2005. Parks' refusal to give up her seat on a Montgomery, Alabama bus to a white man 50 years ago helped break racial segregation in America. REUTERS/John Gress
PEOPLE PARKS
RTR19WLG
November 02, 2005
Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm salutes at a funeral for civil rights activist Rosa Parks in Detroit,...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm salutes at a funeral for civil rights activist Rosa Parks in Detroit...
Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm salutes at a funeral for civil rights activist Rosa Parks in Detroit, Michigan, November 2, 2005. Parks' refusal to give up her seat on a Montgomery, Alabama, bus to a white man 50 years ago helped break racial segregation in the United States. REUTERS/John Gress
USA
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October 31, 2005
Greater Grace Temple church, where the funeral will be held for [civil rights pioneer Rosa Parks] this...
Detroit, USA
Greater Grace Temple church, where the funeral will be held for [civil rights pioneer Rosa Parks] th.....
Greater Grace Temple church, where the funeral will be held for [civil rights pioneer Rosa Parks] this Wednesday, is shown in Detroit, Michigan October 31, 2005. [Parks' refusal to give up her seat on a Montgomery bus to a white man helped break racial segregation in America. Her quiet protest 50 years ago led to a revolt against the segregation of whites and blacks. Parks died at her home in Detroit at age 92.The church was chosen to host the funeral because of its capacity to hold 5.000 people and its technological capabilities to broadcast the funeral.]
PEOPLE PARKS
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October 31, 2005
The grave marker for civil rights pioneer Rosa Parks sits in its spot at the Detroit cemetery where Parks...
Detroit, USA
Grave marker for civil rights pioneer Rosa Parks sits in its spot at cemetery in Detroit
The grave marker for civil rights pioneer Rosa Parks sits in its spot at the Detroit cemetery where Parks will be buried Wednesday next to her mother and husband in Detroit, Michigan October 31, 2005. Parks' refusal to give up her seat on a Montgomery bus to a white man helped break racial segregation in America. Her quiet protest 50 years ago led to a revolt against the segregation of whites and blacks. Parks died at her home in Detroit at age 92. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook
PEOPLE PARKS
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October 31, 2005
Greater Grace Temple church, where the funeral will be held for civil rights pioneer Rosa Parks this...
Detroit, USA
View of Greater Grace Temple church in Detroit, where the funeral will be held for civil rights pioneer...
Greater Grace Temple church, where the funeral will be held for civil rights pioneer Rosa Parks this Wednesday, is shown in Detroit, Michigan October 31, 2005. Parks' refusal to give up her seat on a Montgomery bus to a white man helped break racial segregation in America. Her quiet protest 50 years ago led to a revolt against the segregation of whites and blacks. Parks died at her home in Detroit at age 92.The church was chosen to host the funeral because of its capacity to hold 5.000 people and its technological capabilities to broadcast the funeral. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook
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