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Malcolm X

Malcolm X

Whether you like Malcolm X or not... This is such a great quote.

Whether you like Malcolm X or not... This is such a great quote.

Muhammad  & Malcolm

Muhammad & Malcolm

Malcolm X Scariest thing here...A black man who knows who he is...with a book!

Malcolm X Scariest thing here...A black man who knows who he is...with a book!

Martin Luther King Jr and Malcolm X vintage print (12 x 18)

Martin Luther King Jr and Malcolm X vintage print (12 x 18)

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"You can kill a man, but you can't kill an idea." ~ Civil rights leader Medgar Evers (1925~1963)

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"You can kill a man, but you can't kill an idea." ~ Civil rights leader Medgar Evers (1925~1963)

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Patricia Era Bath (born November 4, 1942, Harlem, New York) is an African American and Native American ophthalmologist, inventor and academic. She has broken ground for women and African Americans in a number of areas. Prior to Bath, no woman had served on the staff of the Jules Stein Eye Institute, headed a post-graduate training program in ophthalmology or been elected to the honorary staff of the UCLA Medical Center (an honor bestowed on her after her retirement).

Patricia Era Bath (born November 4, 1942, Harlem, New York) is an African American and Native American ophthalmologist, inventor and academic. She has broken ground for women and African Americans in a number of areas. Prior to Bath, no woman had served on the staff of the Jules Stein Eye Institute, headed a post-graduate training program in ophthalmology or been elected to the honorary staff of the UCLA Medical Center (an honor bestowed on her after her retirement).

Coretta Scott King kisses her husband, Martin Luther King, Jr., in Montgomery, Alabama at the culmination of the Selma to Montgomery March, March 25th 1965.

Coretta Scott King kisses her husband, Martin Luther King, Jr., in Montgomery, Alabama at the culmination of the Selma to Montgomery March, March 25th 1965.

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