The right to …

Eve Arnold, School for black civil rights activists; young girl being trained to not react to smoke blown in her face, Virginia, 1960© Eve Arnold Young girl being trained to not react to smoke blown in her face, Virginia, 1960

George Lincoln Rockwell flanked by members of the American Nazi Party at Black Muslim meeting,© Eve Arnold USA. Chicago. February 25th 1962. George Lincoln Rockwell, flanked by members of the American Nazi Party, listening to Malcolm X’s speech at Black Muslims meeting held at the International Amphiteater

eve-arnold-during-civil-rights-strike-in-virginia-aparty-to-introduce-blacks-to-whites-1958© Eve Arnold USA. Virginia. Intergration Crisis. During the civil rights movement in America. Black and white children at a party to introduce mixed schools. 1958

© Eve Arnold, 1958, Children at a party to introduce mixed schools, Virginia

© Eve Arnold, 1958, Children at a party to introduce mixed schools, Virginia

Black movement for integration. Teaching the illiterate to write so they can vote in Virginia, 1960.© Eve Arnold Black movement for integration. Teaching the illiterate to write so they can vote in Virginia, 1960

Malcolm X gives a speech at a Nation of Islam rally, Washington, D.C., 1961.© Eve Arnold Malcolm X gives a speech at a Nation of Islam rally, Washington, D.C., 1961