The story of the Civil Rights Movement is typically illustrated with photographs from southern cities like Birmingham and Selma. These well-known images paint an important but incomplete picture. The struggle for racial equality reached across the nation, where activists fought campaigns against segregation, police brutality, and job discrimination in cities from New York and Detroit to Seattle and Los Angeles. With over one hundred images, many never before published, North of Dixie offers a complex and inclusive view of the civil rights era in America. With a preface by Deborah Willis.
2016, Mike Speltz, ed., 160 pages, hardcover