Martin Luther King Jr., With Newspaper, City Hall, Chicago, 1966
© Bernie Kleina

Martin Luther King Jr., With Newspaper, City Hall, Chicago, 1966

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By Bernie Kleina
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This historic portrait of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was taken during a rally in front of Chicago's City Hall. After the march from Selma to Montgomery and passage of the 1965 Voting Rights Act, the civil rights movement turned their attention to ghettos, poverty, racial segregation, hunger and all of the other challenges plaguing Northern cities such as Chicago. 

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Martin Luther King Jr., With Newspaper, City Hall, Chicago, 1966
Martin Luther King Jr., With Newspaper, City Hall, Chicago, 1966