Mark Speltz’s North of Dixie is a powerful book about civil rights photography

In San Francisco, circa 1955, NAACP members urge riders to boycott Yellow Cab and help stop hiring discrimination during a “Don't Ride” campaign. In a black-and-white photo from 1946, a group of African-American protestors protest outside of a Chicago ice rink they're forbidden from entering, ironically named White City.

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