The Keith de Lellis Gallery presents Righting Civil Wrongs. Vintage Photographs of the Struggle for Racial Equality, fifty years after the Selma March. Featuring over 50 vintage prints, the exhibition depicts some of the most relevant events of the African-American civil rights movement: the Little Rock Crisis (1957), the March on Washington (1963), the Selma March (1965), the March against Fear (1966) and Martin Luther King’s assassination (1968).
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