Civil Rights Pictures, Images and Stock Photos
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Cropped shot of hands raised with closed fists. Multiple hands raised up with closed fist symbolizing the protests movement.
Many people with signs protesting. Design template for civil rights, protest events, rally or march. Space for your text. Vector Illustration.
Young woman holding a message written on a cardboard
Hand holding scales solid icon, concept, Civil rights sign on white background, Justice scales in hand icon in glyph style for mobile and web design. Vector graphics
The Edmund Pettus Bridge, in Selma, Alabama was the scene of violent clashes as Martin Luther King led a march from Selma to Montgomery
A pile of multiracial hands are stacked in support or unity, against a background of grass. All for one and one for all!
protest. People of different races raising hands with clenched fists, isolated on a black background. Protests against police brutality. Human rights, justice and equality concept - vector illustration.
Martin Luther King I have a dream quote on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial on The National Mall Washington DC USA
Unrecognizable person holding a placard with We are in this together inscription during public demonstrations.
"Washington D.C., USA - October 2, 2010. A man holds up a protest sign that reads \""We March for Hope not Hate\"". Photo was taken at the One Nation March, a rally for union and civil rights."
Cultural diversity celebration and Black history month pride as diverse African cultures and multi cultural love.
Protest or public demonstration, focus on microphone, blurred crowd of people in the background
Perspectives of the historical bridge crossed by leaders of the Civil Rights Movement in March of 1965.
Inclusion message on We The People text of the United States Constitution
Happy diverse multiethnic people standing together holding hands, unity is power and civil rights concept, cloud tag of concepts
Racism and human civil rights as diverse people of different ethnicity holding hands together as a social solidarity concept of a multiracial group working as united partners.
a racist fountain / black and white segregation / a racist concept
Washington DC, USA, October 2,2010. A shot of the crowd at the One Nation Rally, a march for union and civil rights. The Reflecting Pool, Washington and the Capitol building can be seen in the distance.
Black and white hands clasped, with blurred office blinds as backdrop.This is an African gesture of greeting and friendship but it will double for arm-wrestling, symbolizing competition or rivalry. Camera: Canon 5D.More in this series:
Concept for human rights, fist of a African ethnicity man in front of American Flag
United diverse partnership and black history month celebration and love of diversity and African culture pride as a multi cultural celebration.
Black history month celebration of diversity and diverse African culture pride as a multi cultural celebration.
Vintage illustration of Men voting by ballot in the USA, Election 1872, 19th Century
Washington, USA - July 8, 2011: The reflaction of demonstrators on a window shop. Woman carrying a pancart with the image of Dr. King and the slogan "We Too Have a Dream" in reference to woman and Litino rights.
African american girl standing indoors and looking at the camera. She's showing an message that says Stop Racism on her hands.
Downtown street scene with people and cars on street at 7th and Locust, Des Moines, Iowa, USA, 1939 including Katz Drug Store in the Edna Griffin Building. In 1948, ten years after this photo, the Katz Drug Store would be the scene of a civil rights incident when Edna Griffin, an African American, and her family were refused service.
African-American couple. Black man and woman are standing side by side and look ahead. Portraits of people, side view, head and shoulders. Modern vector illustration for banner, cover, print, blogs.
Chicago, Illinois, USA - December 9th 2015: A Black Lives Matter protestor, surrounded by a crowd, during the Rahm resign protest.
African american woman protesting against racism with raised fist. Portrait of african american woman in cap with a raised fist.
Washington DC, USA - June 13, 2012: An African-American man stands beside a quote at the Martin Luther King Jr Memorial in Washington DC. The quote is from a 1967 Christmas sermon in Atlanta, Georgia and reads: "If we are to have peace on earth, our loyalties must become ecumenical rather than sectional. Our loyalties must transcend our race, our tribe, our class, and our nation; and this means we must develop a world perspective."
Vintage engraving of Harriet Tubman (1822-1913), an American abolitionist and political activist. Born into slavery, Tubman escaped and later made some 13 missions to rescue approximately 70 slaves using the network of anti-slavery activists and safe houses known as the Underground Railroad. During the American Civil War, she served as an armed scout and spy for the Union Army. In her later years, Tubman was an activist in the movement for women's suffrage.
Vintage portrait of Frederick Douglass (1818-1895), an American social reformer, abolitionist, orator, writer, and statesman. After escaping from slavery in Maryland in 1838, he became a national leader of the abolitionist movement in Massachusetts and New York.
Detail from Hector Pieterson Memorial in Soweto, South Africa. Hector Pieterson was a young boy, who was shot on 16. June 1976 in Soweto during an uprise against apartheid and for Freedom and Democracy . All the words can be read in full size.
United States postage stamp marking the integration of the public school system in the 1950s.
Montgomery, AL / USA - August 27, 2020: Selma To Montgomery March historical marker in front of the State Capitol in Montgomery, Alabama
Birmingham, Alabama, USA - April 26, 2012: 16th Street Baptist Church is now a National Historic Landmark and civil rights icon. The church is known for the tragic racially motivated bombing in 1963.
Washington DC, USA - September 30, 2009: An inscription on the floor of the Lincoln Memorial marks the spot from which, in August 1963, Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his "I Have a Dream" speech.
A beautiful young female adult of African ethnicity is standing outdoors. She is wearing a face mask and is holding a poster with the word "Equality".
Painting of Raised fist against night sky. Protest, demonstration, social justice.
Vintage illustration represents the emancipation of Southern slaves at the end of the American Civil War. This image contrasts the life of a slave and that of a free man's life.
Group of activists giving slogans in a protest march. Youngsters protesting for protection of civil rights.
Signs mark the route where Dr Martin Luther King took on his historic march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama
Greensboro, NC, USA-2/14/19: The F W. Woolworth building where the first "sit-in" for integration occurred in 1960.
Historical marker signaling the place where the incidents known as Bloody Monday took place in Danville, Virginia
protests anti racism racial equality skin tone hearts vector design for protest and activism against racial injustice and police brutality
Civil rights concept line design style icons set. Social issues idea. Equal rights, stop bullying, freedom of speech, thought, press, rights to vote, assemble, a fair trial and tolerance themes
"Richmond, Virginia, USA - December 7th, 2012: Cancelled Stamp From Liberia Featuring The Black Civil Rights Leader, Martin Luther King Jr."
Diverse cultural society and multiculturalism as a celebration of diversity in cultures and African black pride as a multicultural social unity with people of different races united in a 3D illustration style.
Anti racist, anti discrimination studio shot of unrecognizable, mixed race three people holding hands together.
Fist held tightly against brown background. Close fist symbolizing the protests movement.