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This collection of photographs presents a chronologically broad exploration of the processes, problems, and benefits derived from non-violent demonstration as taught and practiced by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. These moments in time are captured in an expansive period from 1968 to the present day. Photographer Jim Alexander’s images convey a sometimes stark — but always revealing — look at how we communicate our frustration and disappointment related to social and human injustice. Featured in this collection are placards, hand-written posters, street signs, and graffiti that are expressions of the people’s thoughts.
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