Protest in Washington, D.C. 1933
March 25, 1931 - Scottsboro Boys
Before there was the Jena Six there was The Scottsboro Nine. The Scottsboro Boys were nine young African Americans who were falsely charged with rape and collectively served more than 100 years in prison. This case would mobilize thousands of African Americans to speak out in protest, and the rights of African Americans to serve on juries was established by their case. Read More...
Photo Source: preservationnation.org
Information Source: writing.upenn.edu and University of Missouri - Kansas City School of Law
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I'm tripping on 1933 fashion. Suddenly I see how close 1933 still was to 19th century styles...
Hey, Prof. I love this photo. I was noticing the same thing about fashion. I love the way men and women dressed in that period. It seems that there is not much care and thought put into it these days.
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