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Black History Posters

Black history posters are important images that help to document the struggles and accomplishments of African-American people within the United States. These American culture pictures can either be photographic images or paintings of the contributions of African-Americans have provided to make this country what it is today.

Many black history posters are actually civil rights images. These iconic pictures display the tribulations and inspiration that arose from the civil rights movement. Pictures of important leaders like Martin Luther King Jr., Malcolm X, and Rosa Parks are immortalized in these American culture pictures. Images like 'Dream of a King' and the 'Famous Americans' series help to illustrate these influential people and share their beliefs and accomplishments with current generations.

Black History Art

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Dream of a King
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7" x 5"
$6.00
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Alabama, Montgomery, Rosa Parks Museum
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12" x 18"
$34.00
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Emancipation
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24" x 18"
$54.00
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Dream of a King
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20" x 16"
$18.00
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President Abraham Lincoln and the Emancipation Proclamation
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25" x 32"
$84.00
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There are also many forms of African-American art that helps to document the lives of African-Americans during this time. Although these African-American images aren't historic in nature, they paint a picture of the close-knit communities and lives of African-Americans throughout American history, as seen in the photograph 'Jazz Portrait-Harlem, 1958' and 'The Cotton Pickers' by Thomas Hart Benton.

American culture pictures that depict African-American's are pivotal in understanding how American society has grown and changed, particularly in the last century. Images of American civil leaders help educators to remind students that a better tomorrow can be made and that change is necessary to overcome the prejudices of the past within a shifting society.
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