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Alabama Department of Archives and History

Man and woman looking over a brochure for a political candidate before election day in Lowndes County, Alabama, November, 1966, Photograph by Jim Peppler, Courtesy of the Alabama Department of Archives and History, Montgomery, Alabama.

Stanford University Libraries

Young marcher sheds shoes for barefoot walk, Meredith March Against Fear, June 1966, Bob Fitch photography archive, © Stanford University Libraries.

Take Stock: Images of Change

SNCC organizers set up polling station in Greenwood, Mississippi for COFO mock election, October 1, 1963, © 1976, Matt Herron/Take Stock.

Fannie Lou Hamer and Bob Moses inside the convention hall at the 1964 Democratic National Convention, August, 1964, © 1976, George Ballis/Take Stock.

Woman marks a Black Panther ballot in primary election, © Maria Varela Photography.

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Stanford University Libraries

Farmworkers on tractor salute marchers, Meredith March Against Fear, June 1966, Bob Fitch photography archive, © Stanford University Libraries.

March in support of local merchant boycott: “Down town will need us before we will need down town,” SCLC Civil Rights Campaigns 1965-1966, Bob Fitch photography archive, © Stanford University Libraries.

University of Southern Mississippi

Four girls standing near an MFDP sign in front of True Light Baptist Church in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, 1964 Herbert Randall Freedom Summer Photographs, University of Southern Mississippi.

Wisconsin Historical Society

Group of demonstrators with signs in Greenwood, MFDP Records, Wisconsin Historical Society.

Charles Cobb, Charles McLaurin, and Bob Moses do voter registration in a Mississippi church, 1962, Danny Lyon, dektol.wordpress.com, Located in MFDP Records, Wisconsin Historical Society.

Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party state convention in Jackson, Mississippi, 1964, MFDP Records, Wisconsin Historical Society.