Bygone Americana

Martin Luther King Jr., along with his children, speaks to potential black voters about sacrifices that were made to gain the right to vote. Camden, Alabama, 1966.
By Bob Adelman

Martin Luther King Jr., along with his children, speaks to potential black voters about sacrifices that were made to gain the right to vote. Camden, Alabama, 1966.

By Bob Adelman

(Source: magnumphotos.com)

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