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W. Eugene Smith, Dream Street, Pittsburgh, ca. 1955-58
Walker Evans, Air, 1930s
Headquarters of the National association Opposed to Woman Suffrage (sic)
Date unknown
Philip Guston, City Limits, 1969
Kara Walker. The Rich Soil Down There. Cut paper, paint on wall. 2002.
Tree of Life Synagogue
Kerry James Marshall, Better Homes, Better Gardens, 1994.
Nicole Eisenman, Tea Party, 2012
Jacob Lawrence - 'They were very poor', from the Migration Series, 1941
Jean Pierre Simon, The Nightmare (1810)
The Nightmare
Pieter van der Heyden, after Pieter Bruegel- The Big Fish Eat The Little Fish, 1557, engraving, 22.8 x 29.4 cm
Peter Bruegel the Elder, "The Blind Leading the Blind", 1568, Distemper on linen, 34" x 61"
Paul Klee, Dancing Under the Empire of Fear, 1938
George Grosz, The Enemy of the Rainbow, Watercolor and reed pen and India ink on paper, 65 x 48 cm. 1946
Rats dancing at the time of the Plague. Oil on canvas by an unknown Flemish artist, 17th century
George Frederic Watts, Mammon, 1884-5
A woman wearing a gas mask during a Los Angeles smog alert, June 1979
From Der Fuehrer's Face (originally titled Donald Duck in Nutzi Land)
George Grosz - Grey Man Dancing, 1949
Edward Gorey, from ‘Donald Has a Difficulty’
Diego Rivera, Indian Warrior, 1931
The Tyrant, from Ambrogio Lorenzetti's The Allegory of Bad Government, fresco, Sala Dei Nove, Siena, 1338 -1339.
‘False Prophets’ (Revelation 16, 13) from the ‘Queen Mary Apocalypse’, London, 14th century.
The Whore of Babylon and the Great Beast, from Guyart des Moulins, Bible historiale, Paris ca. 1400
Kali wearing a necklace of British heads
The Ku Klux Klan at a carnival in Canon City, Colorado,1925
The ideal subject of totalitarian rule is not the convinced Nazi or the dedicated communist, but people for whom the distinction between fact and fiction, true and false, no longer exists.
--Hannah Arendt
Mexican WWII anti-Nazi propaganda poster
American Nazi organization rally at Madison Square Garden, 1939.
Nazi poster depicting the cost of health care for disabled folks as burden on German workers and promoting euthanasia
Alice Neel, Nazis Murder Jews, 1936
A menorah in the window of a Jewish home celebrating Chanuka, with a Nazi flag hung across the street. Germany, 1932.
The Eagles Nest in Flames, Berchtesgaden, Germany 1945 by Lee Miller who photographed the end of the Nazi Third Reich
Anti-Nazi demonstrators in Berlin in 1932.
San Francisco City Hall, 1935
(German Consulate held Nazi rally in San Francisco, similar ones in LA and NY)
Margaret Bourke-White, Breadline, Kentucky, 1937
Vote, vote, vote.
John Heartfield, "A Berlin Saying", 1929, photomontage
John Heartfield, Der Konservative Herr und seine Marionnette, (The Conservative and his Puppet), 1919
John Heartfield, Normalisation, 1936
High School principal R. Wiley Brownlee was tarred and feathered by the KKK after he left a board meeting where he proposed the school district honor MLK, Jr. A student took this photo of Brownlee when he returned to the school for help. April 3, 71
They're back!
Mrs. Gloria Richardson, head of the Cambridge Nonviolent Action Committee, pushes a National Guardsman's bayonet aside, 1963
When I was just a little girl
I asked my mother
What will I be
Will I be pretty
Will I be rich
Here's what she said to me:
Fuck the imbecile. Vote!
This wasn't so long ago.
Orange Bowl, Miami, 1955
A portrait of Suffragette Lillian Forrester whilst in prison.
Charles Moore:
Martin Luther King Jr. and Ralph Abernathy walk toward their arrest, Birmingham, Alabama, April 16, 1963
Charles Moore:
Policemen use Police dogs during Civil Rights demonstrations, Birmingham Protests, May 1963
If nothing else, vote because she would have wanted you to:
Eve Arnold, School for black civil rights activists; young girl being trained to not react to smoke blown in her face, Virginia, 1960.
Lewis Hine, Italian Immigrant, East Side, New York City, 1910
An Immigrant from Guadeloupe by Augustus Sherman, 1911
Jean David, 1948 Boats of Jewish immigrants
A group of Muslim Immigrants, ca. 1910
Josef Herman, Refugees, ca.1941
Go vote already.
On October 1915 up to 50,000 women marched down Fifth Avenue in New York to demand the right to vote.
Honor Granmama, go vote.
Bruce Davidson 1965
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