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Visual Essay #2

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BC: A Picture is Worth 1,000 Words

FC: live well, laugh often, love much | 2011 | Visual Essay #2 A Look at Racism by: Nathan Aguilera

1: "Only love can be divided endlessly, and still not diminish." - Anne Morrow Lindbergh | African American students in school bus after being arrested during protest. 1963. Bob Adelman. Stock photo #42-25089582, borrowed from corbis.com

2: "Don't count the years...count the memories." | Ku Klux Klan rally in Miami. January 1, 1983. Jean Louis Atlan. from Corbis.com | Clash between young African Americans and Klah members after the death of a 20 year old.

4: High pressure hoses turned on young protesters in Birmingham. 1963. Bob Adelman. from corbis.com

5: "A baby girl... one of the most beautiful miracles in life, one of the greatest joys we can ever know, and one of the reasons why there is a little extra sunshine, laughter and happiness in your world today." | "Being a parent means never having a minute... yet always making a moment." - Michael Nolan | Protesters during sit in protest in Birmingham. 1963. Bob Adelman.from corbis.com | African American protestors gather for a sit-in protest in Birmingham, Alabama during protests led by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in an effort to bring national attention to, and end racial segregation in the city.

6: "Don't count the years...count the memories." | Police officers converge as wet protester falls. 1963. Bob Adelman. from corbis.com | Young African American woman stumbles away from high pressure water hoses as white police officers move in to break up protests led by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in an effort to bring national attention to, and end racial segregation in Birmingham, Alabama.

7: A little heaven on earth... | Police protestors to disperse officer ordering 1963. Stock photo # 42-25089875. From Corbis.com | A white police officer orders protesters to disperse in front of the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama during protests led by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in an effort to bring national attention to, and end racial segregation in the city.

9: Cherish The Ones You Love

16: How Sweet It Is To Be Loved By You! | Live well, laugh often, love much

18: "He holds her hand,She holds his heart."

19: To the world you may be one person, but to me you are the world.

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