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Katherine Hepburn 1968

Katherine Hepburn 1968

Life Magazine Cover Muhammad Ali

Life Magazine Cover Muhammad Ali Heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali stands over fallen challenger Sonny Liston on May 1965

TIME Cover: 1968 Related Categories: Civil Rights, Anniversaries, Kennedys, Assassinations

top L) U. troops landing in Vietnam, Janis Joplin, Coretta Scott King, Robert F.

Major Catch-Phrase - "The Generation Gap!"   Life Magazine Cover  1968

When LIFE goes down the drain...The worst 20 covers of the last 75 years

Such a good read! Really inspiring for cover design enthusiasts

Magazines Can Compete With the Web—With the Right Design

Muhammad Ali April 1968 Esquire Cover design by George Lois, posing as St. Sebastian pierced with arrows.

Life, 1968  Martin Luther King, Jr. named Michael King at birth[1] (January 15, 1929 – April 4, 1968) was an American clergyman, activist, and prominent leader in the African-American Civil Rights Movement.

Life, 1968 Martin Luther King, (January 1929 – April was an American clergyman, activist, and prominent leader in the Civil Rights Movement.

MLK - I think this was the most moving black icon ever - his blackness + Selma marcher' revenge - / + Obama - move me to expect a total sell out of the greatest country ever! 'Al!'

Say It Plain: A Century of Great African American Speeches, edited by Catherine Ellis and Stephen Drury Smith

America 1968 Baltimore Riots 2015 Time Magazine Cover-  Black men dying at the hands of police had become “a slow-rolling crisis” in America, as President Obama would put it nine days after Gray’s death. And Freddie Gray was a black man who entered a police van handcuffed and conscious on April 12 and came out less than an hour later comatose, with his spinal cord nearly severed.  The what, the how and the why of Gray’s fatal encounter with Baltimore police remained a mystery more than two…

The Roots of Baltimore’s Riot

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