Reverend Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech brought comfort, hope and inspiration to African Americans and others more than fifty years ago, and still resonates today. It is still relevant today in a nation too often defined by what divides us rather than what unites us together.
In honor of this annual holiday and the influential American civil rights leader, Stocktrek has put together an archived collection of photographs from the black civil rights movement, including the 1963 March on Washington, campaigns for racial equality, and other historic events of desegregation.
These photos have been digitally remastered, repairing any damage and enhancing the image quality to give viewers a first-hand look at these significant events that took place in American history.
These nostalgic photos provide viewers with a sentimental link to the past. View the entire collection at: www.stocktrekimages.com/images-of-black+civil+rights